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50 wonderful pictures describe fairytale places (the 2nd part)

27 April 2020 No Comment

While you stay safe at home, discover the amazing Neamț Land!

Online trip to Neamț County. Holy places keeping the faith alive and villages where tourists can still observe traditions and customs dating back generations.

Online photo exhibition:

Nine photography enthusiasts from several parts of Romania had the privilege of discovering the beautiful, ever surprising Neamț County.

The pictures presented here were all taken in December 2019, during the last days of the photo tour organized in Neamț County.

Vânători Neamț Nature Park is a picturesque area, hosting some of the most valuable natural, cultural and historical heritage of Neamţ Land. Here visitors can observe, in its natural habitat, the largest herbivore in Europe, the bison, roaming free in the forest.
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Neamț Monastery, the oldest monastic settlement in Moldavia
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Horaița Monastery, a place where eternity dwells
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Hărăicioara Hermitage, corner of heaven in Neamț County
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Customs and traditions, clearly a cultural heritage, full of hidden meanings and symbols
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*All photos were taken as part of “Discover Neamt Land!” Photography Event, which took place between December 18 to 22, 2019. The tourism promotion project was initiated and integrally financed by Neamţ County Council.

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