Sights in Romania

Golia Monastery, Iasi

Church “Ascension of the Lord” from Golia Monastery was built by the great scribe Ioan Golia, in the sixteenth century; it was rebuilt by Vasile Lupu between 1650-1653 and finished…

Palace of Culture, Iasi

The current Palace of Culture from Iasi was built between 1906-1925. Its main purpose was to serve as Palace of Justice and administrative headquarters for the city of Iasi. The…

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Botanical Garden in Iasi

The first botanical garden in Romania was founded in Iasi in 1856 by Anastasie Fatu, both to improve healthiness of Iasi, as well as to urge young people to study…

Neamt Citadel

Location and origin Located in the north-eastern part of Neamt County, near the city of Targu Neamt, Neamt Citadel is part of the medieval monuments in Romania of an exceptional…

Museum of Natural Sciences – Piatra Neamt

Neamt County, with which nature was extremely generous, always provided interesting elements of study for scientists. Therefore they performed complex studies of these places, which were finalized in important scientific…

Art Museum – Piatra Neamt

Establishment of an art collection in Piatra Neamt is linked to the work of Constantin Matasa (1878-1971), priest and archaeologist. He dealt with the establishment of the Archaeological Museum, in…

Sihastria Monastery

Sihastria Monastery is located in the north of the Neamt county, 22 km away from Targu Neamt, on the road leading to Vatra Dornei. Leaving on the right hand the…

Museum of History – Piatra Neamt

History Museum in Piatra Neamt was founded in 1934 by priest Constantin Matasa and shows the evolution of human communities from Neamt, from the Upper Paleolithic till contemporary times. This…

The bell tower – Piatra-Neamţ

The bell tower is located northwest of the “St. John” church and, together with it, is part of the architectural complex “Royal Court”. The tower has been preserved quite well,…

Agapia Monastery

Agapia Monastery is a Orthodox monastery of nuns, located 9 km away from Targu Neamt and 43 km away from Piatra Neamt, at an altitude of 480 meters. The monastic…

Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum, Piatra Neamt

The Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture in Romanian, Trypillian culture in Ukrainian and Tripolye culture in Russian), is a Neolithic–Eneolithic archaeological culture which existed approximately between 4500 and…

Bistrita Monastery

Bistrita Monastery is located 8 km from Piatra Neamt, in Viişoara commune and is one of the oldest and most important monasteries in Moldova. Bistrita Monastery founder is prince Alexandru…

Horaita Monastery

Horaiţa Monastery is an Orthodox monastery from Romania located in Cracaoani commune, Neamt County. To get to the monastery, you can use the following route: from the National Road 15C…
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