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Ceahlau – a mountain of prayers and shepherds

26 March 2013 No Comment

10-ceahlau-rugaciune-pastorit-martie-2013Ceahlau Massif is a true natural fortress that impresses us through its greatness and harmony. Ceahlau is constantly visited by tourists that love the outdoor life style and also its history, spirituality and legends. This is the only holy mountain from Romania that is celebrated in the religious calendar on the day of August 6.

From the birth of the world this mountain was created to be a place of prayers and shepherds. The mighty Ceahlau is surrounded by legends strongly connected to the stones from the mountain that impresses us with their mystery.

The legend of Panaghia that speaks about a stone that keeps giving love every time the sun shines down on it, the legend of Butu and Ana that remained for ever on Ceahlau mountain in the shape of two stones that represent their love, the legend of Dochia and Traian, the legend of Stanile that is connected to the misfortune of the shepherd Stanila, the legend of Detunate, the legend of “Piatra cu Apa” that reminds us of a sad story and so many others.

None of the mountains from Romania has ever impressed more powerful the eyes of explores as Ceahlau does. Once you reach this place you will always love this mountain and will always come back.

Ceahlau – mountain of prayers, Neamt County

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