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[11 Nov 2020 | No Comment | ]
Nicolae Grigorescu and Agapia Monastery in Neamț. High echoes beyond the country’s borders

In the 4th episode of the “Who is Romania” show, Tessa Dunlop talks about Nicolae Grigorescu, the most famous painter of our country, who lived at the end of the 19th century, the man who “gave impressionism and realism their Romanian dimension”.
Maybe the most impressive work of the painter Nicolae Grigorescu is the painting made at the Agapia Monastery in Neamț. When she talks about the icons painted by Grigorescu, Tessa Dunlop challenges us: “even if you are an atheist, an uninitiated, try to look at the murals in the …

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[6 Nov 2020 | No Comment | ]
Neamt County, included in the tourist cultural route of the wooden churches in Romania

Several wooden churches from Neamt County can be discovered by the curious tourists who are eager to explore these old village treasures. The churches represent the history and spirituality of places, a journey in time of about hundreds of years of history.
The tourist objectives, included in the cultural tourist route of the wooden churches in Romania, highlight the essence of the Romanian Spiritual Community and its artistic creativity, found in the decorating, imagistic and conceptual heritage. During their journey, tourists will have the opportunity to know traditions from long time …

Attractions, Churches, Customs, traditions and crafts, Events, Hermitages, Monasteries, Neamţ County Pilgrimages, Tourism Promotion »

[24 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Neamț County, a land of traditions and spirituality

Witnessing the Light of Jesus’ resurrection at the Monasteries in Neamţ County

Easter traditions in Moldova along with the greatness of the well-known monasteries in Neamt, the faithfulness of the people and the places full of spirituality contribute to transforming the Resurrection celebration into a special experience, sought after by thousands of pilgrims every year. Many of them say that here, in these holy places, one can feel the joy of the Resurrection more intensely, more meaningful, achieving a state of peace and fulfillment which can not be translated into words.

The …

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[7 Jun 2018 | No Comment | ]
Spending a day in Piatra Neamț

 

 Spending a day in Piatra Neamț
 
 
 
If you come in Piatra Neamţ for one day – ”The Pearl of Moldavia” as the city at the foothill of Pietricica Hill is also known, you can follow the footsteps of Stephen the Great in the Historical Center at the Princely Court, built by the great voivode and which still preserve the charm of old times past. Here, you can visit The Bell Tower, the Church of St. John the Baptist and the cellars of the Princely Court. Also, in the Historical Center of …

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[11 May 2018 | No Comment | ]
Coming to Neamţ from Suceava

 
 
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 …

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[25 Apr 2018 | No Comment | ]
The story of the sacred icons from Neamţ Monastery and Bistriţa Monastery

 

The story of the sacred icons from Neamţ Monastery and Bistriţa Monastery
 
 
 
Testimonies of faith, several icons in the Neamt County have proven to have miraculous properties and have worked wonders for many Christians in need and suffering. When confronted with serious problems, people often resort to divine help. Worshiping the holy icons from Neamţ and Bistriţa monasteries, their hot prayers have been answered.
Located just 16 km away from the town of Târgu Neamţ, Neamţ Monastery, which is a symbol of the Orthodox spirituality and Romanian culture, houses the oldest and …

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