Mountain Suceava, Bucovina Romania 2021
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Pensiunea Leaganul Bucovinei, Suceava

Pensiunea Leaganul Bucovinei

Suceava, Bucovina, Romania

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Daily Plaza, Suceava

Daily Plaza

Suceava, Bucovina, Romania

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Suceava

Suceava is located in the north-east of Romania and is built on two geographical areas: the hills and river valleys of Suceava.

The relief of the city and surrounding area is very varied with a fragmented form of plateaus and hills (Zamca, 385 m, Vine, 376 m; Monastery, 375 m; Ţarinca, 435 m) separated by river valleys Suceava, Scheia, Fair River, Bogdana and Mill Creek.

The main relief units in the city and surrounding area, the Quaternary age can be classified into three main groups:
- Highlands, represented by Hill Zamca and Hill City, the hills only meet in the south-east of the city;
- Delluvial slopes (about 25% of the surface), assets arising from the dynamics of geomorphological processes (landslides, erosion and linear areola) are found mainly in the upper basin of the River Valley Fair, on the west and south slopes and east of the hill Zamca on the right side of Suceava;
- Alluvial plains, which are shaped in the form of steps, interlocked in nature.

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Point of interest

Churches and monasteries
Monastery of St. John the New - 1514-1522
Teodoreni Monastery - 1597
Church Mira - sec. XIV, rebuilt in the seventeenth century
St. Demetrios Church - 1534-1535
Resurrection Church - 1551
St. Nicholas Church - 1611
Church of St. John the Baptist (Coconut) - 1643
Zamca Monastery - 1606
Armenian Church of St. Simon (Red Tower) - 1513
Armenian Church of St. Cross - 1521
Armenian cemetery chapel Suceava - 1904
Roman Catholic Church - 1836
Evangelical Church - 1868
Gah Synagogue - 1870

Bukovina Museum Complex
Suceava Museum was founded in 1895 and gained legal status of 4 January 1900. "Bucovina Museum Complex is composed of:
History Museum
Ethnographic Museum (Royal Inn)
Museum of Natural Sciences
Fortress of Suceava
Princely Court of Suceava
Bucovina Village Museum
Planetarium
Cultural Memorial Fund, which includes:
Memorial House of Nicholas Labiş Malini
Simion Florea Marian Memorial House in Suceava
Memorial House of Eusebius Camilar Udeşti
Solca Memorial House
Bilca House Museum
The museum complex of Stupca Ciprian Porumbescu

Buildings - historic
School of Arts building in Suceava - 1859
Palace of Justice in Suceava - 1885
School building in Suceava Stefan cel Mare - 1893
Building Museum in Suceava County - 1893
Administrative Palace Suceava - 1904
Polish House in Suceava - 1907