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  1. BACAU The city is situated in the historical region of Moldavia, at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, and on the Bistriţa River (which meets the Siret River about 8 kilometres (5 miles) to the south of Bacău). The city is about 300 km North of Bucharest. It is served by Bacău International Airport which provides daily direct links with the Romanian cities Bucharest and Timişoara, and international links with 11 cities in Italy and Germany.

  2. County Council of Bacău, Romania Bacău center

  3. Cultural Bacau Catholic cathedral in Bacau

  4. Bacau fountains

  5. Bacau StradaMarasesti at night with the football Stadium FCM Bacau in the backBacau Arena shopping Mall

  6. The city centre Central square

  7. Moldavia’s treasures

  8. Monasteries in northern Moldavia

  9. The monastery is located in the north-eastern part of Romania, in Neamţ County. It is a Romanian Orthodox religious settlement, one of the oldest and most important of its kind in Romania. It was built in the 14th century, by Stefan cel Mare (Steven the Great). Neamt Monastery

  10. The Neamt Monastery Library

  11. The Durau Monastery This monastery is located five kilometers away from Duruitoarea Waterfall, after which it was named. In 1802, Petru the monk founded the monastery here, bringing monks from the surrounding hermitages. The present church was built between 1832-1835, on the same place as the old wooden church. It is very valuable for our patrimony because it contains paintings of Nicolae Tonitza.

  12. Voronetz Monastery - is situated in the village with the same name, 36 km from Suceava and only 4 km from downtown Gura Humorului. It is one of the most valuable foundations of Stefan cel Mare. Voronetz exterior painting dating from the reign of Petru Rares is performed at a high artistic level and it is considered to be the most successful whole Moldovian feudal art.

  13. Agapiais a Romanian Orthodox monastery located 9 km west of Târgu Neamţ, in Neamţ County. It was built between 1642-1647 by Romanian Voivode Vasile Lupu. The church, restored and modified several times during the centuries was painted between 1858-1861 byNicolae Grigorescu, who has made a remarkable series of icons and wall compositions full of light, movement and realism.

  14. Moldovitza Monastery - Moldovita Monastery was founded in 1532 by the Ruler Petru Rares, Stefan the Great’s illegitimate son. The masters who painted its interior and exterior walls have decorated them with scenes from 16th century Moldavian daily life. The interior painting is traditional, but the Crucifixion (nave) is considered the most valuable painting on this theme in Bukovina churches and it is often compared with Italian art.

  15. Sucevita monastery - is attested in 1586 as a result of George Mogila Metropolitan Initiative. It is located 16 km from Radauti and 55 km from Campulung Moldovenesc. Sucevita is one of the most visited sights in northern Moldova.

  16. Putna Monastery The Putna Monastery houses the tombs of Stephen —nowadays, a place of pilgrimage —, and several of his family members. The icon veils and tombstones are held as fine examples of Moldavian art in Stephen the Great’s time.

  17. Putna Monastery

  18. Putna monastery museum Stephen the Great's tomb

  19. Daniel Hermit's cell- Danielwas a 15th century monk and the spiritual father of Stephen the Great, the Voievod of Moldova. Under his guidance, Stephen the Great defended Moldova from Ottoman invasion and dedicated himself and his rule to God. Daniel lived alone for 14 years in a cell carved from a boulder in a forested valley close to Putna Monastery, which is now used as a chapel according to the rules of Mount Athos.

  20. The Fortress of Suceava Steven the Great is the one who paid special importance to fortresses, building up the Moldavian defence system a whole one, and adapting the old fortresses to the military technique programme. He enlarged the precincts of the fortresses of Suceava and Neamţ, with thick walls and semicircular bastions.

  21. trip to the city of Suceava students from Sascut-Sat

  22. The Neamt Forteress-Targu Neamt, Neamt County

  23. Erected during the reign of Peter I of Moldavia, the city experienced the most flourishing period during Stephen the Great, which includes the defensive system of fortresses that were defending the role of Moldova. One of the most famous moments of glory regarding the Neamt Fortress was in 1691 when the fortress and its inhabitants resisted the attacks of John Sobieski, leader of the Polish army. The battle of the Romanians and Polish has been described in the novel "Sobieski and the Romanians" and written by Costache Negruzzi. It was subsequently abandoned due to the pressure of the Ottomans.

  24. The Bicaz Canyon

  25. The Bicaz Canyon

  26. The Bicaz Canyon is one of the most spectacular places in Romania, located in the north-east part of the country, in Neamţ and Harghita counties. The canyon was dug by the waters of Bicaz River and it serves as a passageway between the Romanian provinces of Moldavia and Transylvania.

  27. Flower Corner ... A happy family...

  28. The Red Lake

  29. The Red Lake is a natural dam lakeformed in 1837 and locatednear the foot of Hasmasul near thetown of Gheorgheni. After measurements of1987 lake dimensions are: area2830 m 114.676 m² area, theaccumulated water volume587,503 m³. It is the largest natural mountain lake in Romania. It was formed by a flank of Mount Ghilcos decline. Its name comes from Red Creek crossing layers of red iron oxides and hydroxides.

  30. Slănic Moldova

  31. Known spa town, Slănic Moldova is situated on the eastern slope of the Eastern Carpathians (the mountain Nemira) at a height of 530m on the valley Slănic. Slanic Moldova is famous for its springs of carbonate, bicarbonate, slightly sulfurous, chlorinated, sodium, hypertonic, hypotonic springs discovered in 1801.

  32. Targu Ocna salt mine The salt mine has played an essential part in the birth and development of the town of Târgu Ocna, initially by drilling and selling the salt resources, and later by harnessing the tourist potential of the balnear resources as well. In the past few years a new trend has been emerging, that of industrial tourism, with the inclusion in the tourist circuit of the salt mine as an economic asset, with a view to highlighting the local mining culture.

  33. Targu Ocna salt mine

  34. In the heart of the salt mountain there is “Saint Varvara” Church, considered to be the spiritual patron and protector of miners, and every first Saturday of December is the celebration of the church patron.

  35. Mihai Eminescu was born inBotosani on 15 January 1850and died on 15 June 1889 Mihai Eminescu Memorial House Ipoteşti

  36. Ion Creanga (born 1March 1837, Humulesti, died 31December, 1889, Iasi) Ion Creanga's hut was opened as a museum on April 15, 1918 becoming one of the 12 objectives that comprise the Romanian Literature Museum and the first memorial house in Romania.

  37. Vatra Dornei sights Tower Hall Museum Vatra Dornei Park

  38. Orthodox Cathedral Vatra Dornei Rink Vatra Dornei Trail Vatra Dornei Dracula castle

  39. Lifts Vatra Dornei Overall view Vatra Dornei

  40. Iasi Moldova's capital Palace of culture

  41. Braunstein PalaceIasi National Theater Iasi the former Elizabeth EsplanadeIasi Botanic GardenIasi

  42. Eminescu's linden tree Statue of Ion Creanga

  43. the end

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