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Another Monastery!

There are so many in this part of Romania, but each one is decidedly different and Dragomirna has... read more

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Douglas552
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Hawick
A wonderful monastery!

A wonderful monastery! The church is unique in the area: a width of 10 m, although I think it is... read more

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bujordaniel
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Suceava, Romania
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Reviewed June 7, 2017

Dragomirna, less known and visited than UNESCO WHL monasteries, is situated just a few kilometres from Suceava. Heavy fortified, with the tallest medieval church from Bucovina, has nice frescoes and a small but beautiful museum.

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Reviewed June 2, 2017 via mobile

Built in 1609, the monastery is fabulos. The architecture is impressing and also the paintings inside. You can find also natural medicines prepared by the nuns at the small shop inside. Don't miss it if you visit Bucovina area.

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Reviewed May 30, 2017 via mobile

The peaceful feeling that generate it is priceless! Because of the short distance frm Suceava, about 10 km, it is deffinetely a must when in the area!!! Just superb with its peceful lake and forest. The nearby village as a background, priceless!

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Reviewed November 15, 2016

Very ineresting for those who want to really know about Bucovina's monasteries! Built at the request of a great Moldavian leader, Anstasie Crimca, known for his wisdom and high education at the time (the 16-th century). It has a unique architectural style and it's now part of a great nuns orthodox monastery. Bets time to visit during the summetime.

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Reviewed October 24, 2016

A great monastery with its fortifications arround the church, sure it is worth a visit. Very relaxing place.

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