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[7 Apr 2021 | No Comment | ]
Sports and leisure complex in Roman

The complex is a modern location for spending spare time in summer, equipped with three swimming pools: one for children, one for beginners and an olympic size (2000 sqm) pool, for advanced swimmers. The lido also features a volleyball court on sand, large areas with sun loungers and beach umbrellas, and various green spaces. Playgrounds for children, outdoor fitness equipment and sports areas, roller skating, skateboard and bicycle tracks, as well as fountains, promenade areas, commercial spaces, terraces, picnic areas, barbecues and gazebos are spread all over the complex. Recently, …

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Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum captured by Cristian VIDRAȘCU and Claudiu OROS

If you had to choose between the two main artistic exhibits of Cucuteni culture creators – the art and ceramic – the painted cucutenian ceramic can undoubtedly be considered the most significant achievement. It successfully stands out from the most severe examinations and any other comparisons, not only with other kinds of ceramics of the ancient times in Europe, but also with different kinds of achievements in the same domain of the folk’s art of all times, certainly being one of the most brilliant artistic eneolitic achievements of the era.
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Neamţ Monastery throught the lens of Mihail OPRESCU

First certified in documents in 1210, it is acknowledged as one of the oldest and most significant monastic settlements in Moldavia, and was build between the 14th and 17th centuries, under the auspices of benefactors such as Petru I Muşat, Alexander the Blessed and Stephen the Great. The monastic settlement includes the church, dating back from the 14th century, an invaluable religious art museum and a museum of print, and the oldest monastic library, counting over 12,000 volumes in 1862, testimonies about significant historical, theological, cultural and artistic facts. The …

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Legendary rocks in Ceahlău Masif

This mountain of ours, Mount Ceahlău, was not always as we know it today, high with many rocks piled to the top and thick forests at the foot of the mountain. It is said that Satan wanted to reach up to the sky. He blew one day and one night so that lot of giant stones were gathered in a row. When the Devil wanted to climb up to the sky from which he once had been banished, God has blessed and put His Holy hand upon the mountain that …

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[17 Mar 2021 | No Comment | ]
Swan lake in winter – Lake Pângăraţi in Neamţ County

In recent years, Lake Pângăraṭi got a magic halo. Here, every day, hundreds of wild birds offer a unique water show to the locals, and also to passers-by. People stop by the lake to admire the wild swans and ducks that come to spend winters here every year.
The graceful swans catch everyone’s attention because of their beauty and immaculate  plumage. Since the birds have been visiting Lake Pângăraṭi for several years now, they’ve become very familiar with the locals and it’s a pleasure to stare at them up close.

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[17 Mar 2021 | No Comment | ]
Roman Municipal Library – monument of culture and architecture

The beginnings of the Public Library in Roman were modest. It all began with a donation from a philanthropist named George Radu Melidon. Born on May 31, 1831, George Radu Melidon was a representative of the intellectual elite in Roman, a veritable scholar, publicist and teacher, mentor of education, who brought honor to his hometown. In 2015, the library celebrated 130 years since its establishment. Nowadays, the library has its headquarters in what locals know as “Ioachim Mansion”, a building listed as historical monument of local interest in Neamț County, …

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