23 Roads you Have to Drive in Your Lifetime AmonGraf
2. Transalpina, The King’s road – a hidden gem in Carpathian Mountains Transalpina road (DN67C) is the highest road in Romania. With a total lenght of 146 km, it goes trough the Carpathian Mountains, reaching a maximum altitude of 2,145m above sea level in Step Urdele Parang Mountains. Located in the Parâng Mountains group, in […]
Voronet Monastery, Romania. The Jerusalem of Romanian people, Bukovina is famous for its unique painted monasteries admitted to the UNESCO list of universal art monumentswww.romaniasfriends.com
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Pestera Village in Brasov County, Romania. It is a steep climb from Moeciu to Pestera, even with an SUV. But once you reach the summit, you will be literally blown away by the majesty of the scenario.
Voronetz, auf deutsch / in english nun calling for prayer, following to an ancient byzantine tradition, employing a percussion instrument, called semantron, used in monasteries by nuns and monks; it's a wooden plate whick, made in cherry tree or sycamore maple, it was used and still is, before the existance of the bells and the clocks, to call people to prayers Voronetz Monastery