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Coming to Neamţ from Suceava

11 May 2018 No Comment



Coming to Neamţ from Suceava



The northern part of Neamţ County is full of touristic attractions that thousands of tourists, from all over the world, come to visit every year. The objectives impresses through their beauty and historical significance.

When you arrive in Tîrgu Neamţ, you must not miss visiting Neamţ Fortress, a medieval monument of exceptional value, aged more than 600 years old, initially built by Peter I Muşat, then expanded and consolidated by Stephen the Great. Here important pages of heroism were written, to mention just a few: the resistance of the Romanian army against the invasion of the Ottoman Empire led by Sultan Mahomet II after the Battle of the White Valley – Războieni (in 1476) or the glorious episode of the 19 frontier guards who who resisted the siege made by the polish army led by Ioan Sobieski in 1691.

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In the old center of Tîrgu Neamţ Town, ”Veronica Micle” Memorial House reveals many moments of romance and mystery from the life of the one who, through love and suffering, wrote her name alongside Mihai Eminescu, who was rightly called “the greatest Romanian poet of all times”.

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As you head towards Piatra Neamţ City, you can transform your journey into a spiritual experience, should you choose to cross the threshold of the old monastic settlements: Neamţ, Secu and Sihăstria Monasteries, Sihla Hermitage or the Cave of St. Theodora.


Photo gallery: Neamț Monastery


Photo gallery: Secu Monastery


Photo gallery: Sihăstria Monastery


Photo gallery: Sihla Hermitage


Photo galleryThe Cave of St. Theodora

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