Curtea de Arges Monastery by Cezar Machidon on 500px

Romania - Curtea de Arges Monastery by Cezar Machidon on

Curtea de Arges Cathedral (by Vrabie Ionut) A more impressive monument, the Episcopal Church, or the Monastery of Curtea de Argeş, was founded by prince Neagoe Basarab between 1514-1517, on the site of a metropolitan church which had been raised in the 14th century and acknowledged by the Archbishopric of Constantinople in 1359

Curtea de Arges Cathedral (by Vrabie Ionut) A more impressive monument, the Episcopal Church, or the Monastery of Curtea de Argeş, was founded by prince Neagoe Basarab between 1514-1517, on the site of a metropolitan church which had been raised in the 14th century and acknowledged by the Archbishopric of Constantinople in 1359

Hurez monastery, UNESCO, www.romaniasfriends.com

Hurez monastery, UNESCO, www.romaniasfriends.com

O perspectiva curprinzatoare a bulevardului N. Balcescu, luata de pe hotelul Intercontinental. Cel mai important aspect al imaginii este blocul Wilson, in centrul imaginii, in forma sa originala (inainte de a fi afectat de cutremurul din martie 1977).  foto: George Serban

O perspectiva curprinzatoare a bulevardului N. Balcescu, luata de pe hotelul Intercontinental. Cel mai important aspect al imaginii este blocul Wilson, in centrul imaginii, in forma sa originala (inainte de a fi afectat de cutremurul din martie 1977). foto: George Serban

Humor Monastery, Bucovina, Romania - Klári Beke - Google+

Humor Monastery - Bucovina, Romania - photo by Dumitrescu Catalin

The name of the monastery comes from a monk named Agapie who founded a wooden church long time ago.

Agapia

Agapia

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