Seniors Nordul Moldovei, Moldavia Romania winter 2022
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Nordul Moldovei

The north of Moldova and Bukovina offer breathtaking views, the area being strewn with churches and monasteries renowned for their exterior and interior paintings, treasures that are included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage, a land of monasteries, full of history, culture and Cheerfulness.

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The locality Marginea is a popular art center that was given the news especially for the black ceramics produced here, unique in Europe. In the Margin, the beginning of the pottery is established by historians around 1500. In the world, there are only two black ceramics centers: one in South America, another in Mexico. The black ceramics are obtained from 4 basic natural elements: earth, water, air and fire, all handy for the craftsmen in the Marginea due to the forests, the clay soil and the water of the Suceviţa river.
The Suceva Fortress was built at the end of the 14th century near the medieval city of Suceava, the Suceava Fortress was the main residence of the Moldavian rulers for almost 200 years, and is now a national historical monument.
The Museum of the Bucovinean Village is located just across the road from the Sucevei Fortress, a wonderful museum of the village with traditional households located along the streets. In the hearth of the village, there are also the church and the bell tower of Vama, âaru Dornei and the Securiceni school, the rooms can be visited and are furnished to the smallest detail.
The egg museum - there are three such egg museums set: one in Ciocăneşti village, another in Vama commune and the other in Moldoviţa. You can discover bucovina eggs (some between 50 and 100 years old), eggs from other areas of Romania, international collection (traditional eggs from 82 countries of the world), creations of artists of different nationalities arranged by themes (eggs with religious, floral, abstract, perforated eggs, eggs with applications, etc.), various eggs (porcelain, ceramic, glass, wood, stone).
The Mega Tyrolean in Palma is the longest Tyrolean in Romania, located in Palma, Suceava County. The Tyrolean mega is waiting for you in the middle of the road between Moldovita and Sucevita, in Ciumârna Pass. The plant has a length of 1.1 kilometers and a difference of level of about 100 meters, above the green hills and fir forests. Those who want to test it must have a minimum age of seven years, weighing between 30 and 90 kilograms and pay a price of 50 lei / trip. The Tyrolean is nestled between two hills, and at the end of it, a car awaits you, bringing you back to your starting place.
The Transrarăul-Minitransfăgărășanul Bucovina road is a road located on mountain peaks, named Transrarău. It covers 16 spectacular kilometers and makes the connection between Pojorâta and Rarau, being one of the most beautiful roads in Romania.
The trail Pietra Doamnei is located in the Rarau Mountains, at an altitude of 1634 meters, and has a height of 70 meters, here there are limestone formations with inlays of corals, ammonites, seaweeds and other elements that now formed more than 140 reefs. for millions of years. Access to the reservation is made by road, from Pojorata commune to Cabana Rarau, where you can leave the car in the parking lot and start on one of the marked routes.
The Polish village Soloneţul Nou and Cacica mine where during the Habsburg occupation, in the Cacica area, many Polish workers and specialists settled. Most moved there in the years 1790-1791, in the area of ​​the Cacica salt mine, which also gives the name of the town. Then, in 1803, the mountain dwellers from Czadea county left their native places and came to Soloneţu Nou, Pleşa and Poiana Micului. Today, in Soloneţu Nou, the majority of locals are Polish (around 80%), speak Polish, keep ancient traditions, children learn Polish at school, and in September each year organize "Polish culture days". Another event we find interesting is the "Road Holiday" (at the end of August).
Cacica Mine is also nearby and can be visited for a modest cost of 5 lei. The place developed due to the involvement of miners in Poland. Research says that in Cacica, there was one of the oldest recrystallized salt exploitations from brine (by boiling and evaporation) in Europe. The entrance to the mine is made on 192 old fir steps, which have been there since the beginning of the operation.
Ciocăneşti, the village with gated houses - dozens of dwellings, most of which were painted and arranged, over 600 households one by one. Ciocăneşti is one of the most beautiful villages in Romania at the moment and it is worth all the effort to run even here.
Walking with Bucovina mocăniţa - built in 1888 for the transport of wood mass, Mocaniţa Huţulca is one of the tourist attractions in Moldoviţa. The route does not last more than 3 hours round trip and starts from Moldoviţa (Oana Hotel area), with the final point Algiers.
The fortress of Neamt was built during Petru Mușat, during the consolidation of the medieval state of Moldova, and is one of the most impressive fortresses in Romania.
The Veronica Micle Memorial House was built in 1834, made of wood and brick, in the most authentic Romanian style, with a hall and three rooms on the street. It is located in the old center of Târgu Neamț
The Neamț Monastery is a symbol of inspiration being nicknamed the "Monastery Monastery", the place where the monks were busy with the art of writing and craftsmanship in the "beautiful art" specific during that time only the monastic life.
Agapia Monastery is one of the largest monasteries of nuns in Romania, having 300-400 nuns, located on the valley of the Agapia stream, at a distance of 9 km from the town of Târgu Neamț, located in the middle of a forest, at a distance of 3 km from Agapia village (Neamț county). The monastery was built between 1641-1643, and the architecture of the church does not have a specific style.
Văratec Monastery is one of the largest and most visited Orthodox monasteries in Neamț county. Located only 12 kilometers from Târgu Neamț and 40 kilometers from Piatra-Neamț, it is located in a special natural setting, Văratec Monastery is located in a small depression, at the foot of the mountains, sheltered by the hill of Dealul Mare, at a altitude of only 460 meters.
Putna Monastery is an orthodox monastic place, one of the most important Romanian cultural, religious and artistic centers. It was nicknamed "The Jerusalem of the Romanian Nation" (M. Eminescu). The monastery is 33 km from the town of Rădăuți, in Suceava county, in the north of Moldova. According to the old Moldovan chronicles, the building of the monastery, founded by Stephen the Great (whose tomb is here), began in 1466 and ended in 1469. Today the monastery is one of the most visited in the country, capturing the visitor with simplicity but and greatness.
The monastery of Voronet urges the retreat, nicknamed the "Sistine Chapel of the East", is a medieval monastic complex built in the village of Voronet, today a component part of the city of Gura Humor. The monastery is 36 km from Suceava and only 4 km from the center of Gura Humorului.
Suceava's own attractions: St. John's Monastery - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ethnographic Museum of Bukovina where you can find costume collections, the Royal Court, the Scaun's Fortress.
In the Gura Humorului there is a ski slope with a length of 1,350 meters, equipped with a chairlift and with a snow product installation. At the base of the slope there is a parking lot.
In Târgu Neamț you can visit the Fortress of Neamț, the village of Humulești, the cradle of Ion Creangă's childhood, Văratec Monastery, Agapia, Secu, etc.