Wooden church of St. Nicholas

Wooden church of St. Nicholas

Wooden church of St. Nicholas
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Tiberiu_Baranyi
Timisoara, Romania16,951 contributions
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Jun 2023
People debate a bit the year this church was originally constructed - by eventually the majority of scholars tend to lean towards 1718 - right after the tartar invasion of 1717 - so it makes sense.
Today the church is situated in the old cemetery of the village Bogdan Voda and can be visited if you call the phone number in display at the door - we were kind of in a bit of a hurry, we were taken a few pics from the outside - we will be visiting it the next time, when we are in the area.
The church is built in the traditional ways , typical for the region - the carved "twisted rope " is circling the church ... and the beams of wood - from which the church is made - are fixed together without iron nails - just by ingenious carving of wood.
Overall - very interesting - when you are in the are , you can stop for a few pics.
Written July 2, 2023
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Anfrist
Bucharest, Romania4,317 contributions
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May 2019 • Family
In case the church is closed, do call the number written on an piece of paper at the front door. The local priest will come, in case he is not engaged in another chore. He will tell the story of the church, of Bogdan Voda, the Romanian leader from Maramures, who crossed the mountains to Moldavia and so on. There are beautifully restored interior paintings and also an unique wooden chandelier.

Written May 1, 2019
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