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Bogdan wrote a review Aug 2020
Bucharest, Romania300 contributions4 helpful votes
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Packed it together with the Colț fortress. Very quiet place, you can spend an hour un meditation. The walls have more than 1 meter!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Mihaela A wrote a review Sep 2019
Timisoara, Romania138 contributions52 helpful votes
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A place full of peace. When we arrived, we have been served by a nun with fruits. The simple gesture impressed us a lot. From the garden of the Monastery you can sea the ruins of the Colț Castle. From the vilage you have to climb one hour if you want to visit the ruins too. We leave the place more happy.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Viocalatorul wrote a review Jan 2019
Bacau, Romania70 contributions25 helpful votes
The Colt Monastery, located over the River Rauşor, in a dazzling setting. The Colt Monastery is located on a small plateau on the edge of the village of Suseni, right at the entrance to the narrow valley of Râşoru, which here has the appearance of a gorge cut into crystalline shale.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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LupulDeDorobanti wrote a review Jul 2018
50 contributions6 helpful votes
Generally a quiet place, it gets more animated in the night of Greek-Orthodox Easter and probably other holydays. There is a small monastery here (a schit). The old church is charming and in view of Colt castle. They guard the entry to the Rausor valley of the Retezat mountain range. A few authentic and lived-in gipsy cottages can be seen nearby.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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beradrian wrote a review Nov 2017
Brasov, Romania224 contributions169 helpful votes
It's a nice stop on the way to the citadel and you can read here some boards with the history of both. It's rather small and basic, but it has some medieval, mystic look. You can spend a relaxing half an hour or less here.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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