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This is a highly significant religious complex in Romania and was built by Stephen 111 in the 15th Century. It is considered a jewel of 15th century Moldavian architecture. You enter the complex through a small bell tower that has some original paintings on the...More
An amazing historical bulding, the foundations of Neamt Monastery have been laid since the fourteenth century. It is a great place for pray and meditation, once you visited the interesting museum.
For the complete experience I reccomend the guided tour, you can find out the...More
If you only have time to see one monastery in the area, this one is it. Also, if you have survived both Varatec and Agapia Monasteries you should still visit this one. Neamt felt special. The church in the centre of the complex has the...More
Neamt Monastry is one of the largest in Moldova and one of the very few you are allowed to take photos inside.
The altar screne is specatcular as are the interior frescos... it's the only monastry we saw that didn't have frescos on its outside...More
Worth it just to visit the shop, its a bit strange, especially witht he huge font in the middle. Very interesting including the museum which has books from the 13th and 15 century, and a lovely interior to the monastery.
Located in the heart of the woods,fresh air,impozant and old construction,builded by the roumanian emperor "Stefan the Great",a monk orthodox monastery,a place for
collectedness and pray ,for religious people.
You will definetely notice that is a monk monastery compared to other nuns monasteries.Everything look different, more 'rough' but this is the thing that is impressive.Church is completely out of stone.Place full of relicves, history and holiness.You can find peace here and silence ( depends...More
I visited the place as a child, however it is more interresting as an adult and I recommend the guide tour for a complete experience.
The place burned almost entirely în the past and it was partly redone.
The monks are happy to talk with...More