Dupa cum bine puncta scriitorul Neagu Djuvara -facand referire cu predilectie la manastirile pictate si bisericile Moldovei, “Siturile declarate Patrimoniu al Umanitatii sunt unele dintre cele mai extraordinare locuri din lume. Acestea sunt inscrise pe lista Patrimoniului Umanitatii pentru fabuloasa lor valoare universala, ceea ce inseamna ca acestea trebuiesc protejate si pastrate pentru generatiile prezente […]
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In the extreme north of Romania, at a stone’s throw from Botosani there is monument unique in the world. The half-Catholic half-Orthodox church in the village of Hilişeu-Crişan is 200 years old and has a legend that has passed centuries. The Orthodox wooden church from Hiliseu Crisan was originally erected by Vasile Curt – the
Few know that in the village of Putna we will find one of the oldest wood buildings in Europe and maybe in the World. Built in the immediate vicinity of the Putna Monastery, this unique Church has an intriguing story.
Built in what is considered the oldest settlement in Moldavia, the wooden church from Horlăceni has a special story and legend attached to it.
Built in Moldovan style sometime between 1811-1813, this wooden church has an interesting history, as at a certain moment it was basically dismantled by local people, moved to the nearby village and assembled back.
While a lot has been said about the unique painted monasteries of Southern Bucovina, there are many unique Wooden churches and monasteries in the current Northern Moldavia region of Romania, churches that date back to the XVth – XVIIIth centuries and are yet to be discovered by tourists. Many of these churches are made out