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Visit these archeological and historic gems before heading to the painted monasteries area. Mirautilor 17 The oldest church in Suceava, Mirauti Church was founded by Petru I Musat in 1375. The ground floor dates from the beginning of the 17th century, while the second floor dates from the 19th century when it served as a hunting lodge during the period of Hapsburg rule. The outstanding exterior frescoes of the church, illustrating scenes from the Old and New Testament, were completed in 1534 during the reign of Petru Rares, a glorious time in the era of religious murals. George's frescoes resembles those at Moldovita and Humor. The Hall of the Throne is a re-creation of Stephen the Great's court with furniture, weapons and costumes. Today, only the church and a wooden bell tower are still standing from the original monastic complex.
Until 1522 it served as the Moldavian coronation church. Today, the Princely Inn is home to the Bucovina Ethnographic Museum. Although only some parts of the Located at the west end of town, this fine architectural complex was founded by Armenians exiled in Moldavia. According to an inscription, the bell-tower was built in 1606. Stefan cel Mare 1 Built by Petru Rares between 15, this stone church displays some rather impressive dimensions. Location: 6 miles north of Suceava Telephone: 0230 533.839 Email: [email protected]: car, bus from Suceava to Mitocu Dragorinei Nearest train station: Suceava Built between 16 in a rather austere style, the church's exterior favored a practical stone façade rather than frescoes.
It's not unusual to see a farmer bringing his fruits to the marketplace in a horse drawn wagon or to encounter a village festival where the locals perform ancient rites of planting and harvest dressed in colorful traditional costumes.
Cold, pure well water beckons the thirsty traveler from the roadside.