Voronet Monastery, Romania

The Jerusalem of Romanian people, Bucovina is famous for its 8 unique painted monasteries admitted to the UNESCO list of universal art monuments

Stavropoleos Monastery also known as Stavropoleos Church during the last century when the monastery was dissolved, is an Eastern Orthodox monastery for nuns in central Bucharest, Romania. Its church is built in Brâncovenesc style. The patrons of the church (the saints to whom the church is dedicated) are St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel. The name Stavropoleos is a Romanian rendition of a Greek word, Stauropolis, meaning “The city of the Cross

Stavropoleos Monastery, Bucharest, Romania is an Eastern Orthodox monastery for…

Neamț Monastery, Romania

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Manastirea Neamt Rarau Bucovina Carpathian mountains Romania

Manastirea Neamt Rarau Bucovina Carpathian mountains Romania

Lainici Bucovina  Romania

Stephen the Great of Moldavia grave at Putna monastery, Bucovina

Parcul Natural Bucegi - Manastirea Pestera Ialomcioarei - very old monestary

Parcul Natural Bucegi - Manastirea Pestera Ialomcioarei - very old monestary

Peştera Ialomicioara

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Corbii de Piatră

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Details of the pillars at the entrance of the Great Church of the Sinaia Monastery

Well known for the winter sports and important touristic objectives, Prahova Valley is a must not only for adventure seekers but also for those who want to see some pieces of Romanian history. What could you ask more for a perfect Easter spring holiday?

The Sinaia Monastery, located in Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, was founded by Prince Mihail Cantacuzino in 1695 and named after the great Saint Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai in Egypt. As of 2005, it is inhabited by 13 Christian Orthodox monks led by hegumen Macarie Bogus. It is part of the Bucharest archdiocese.

The Sinaia Monastery, located in Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, was founded by Prince Mihail Cantacuzino in 1695 and named after the great Saint Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai in Egypt. As of 2005, it is inhabited by 13 Christian Orthodox monks led by hegumen Macarie Bogus. It is part of the Bucharest archdiocese.

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