Accommodation in Targu Neamt, Moldavia Romania deals 2021
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Pensiunea Armonia By Aristocratis, Targu Neamt

Pensiunea Armonia By Aristocratis

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Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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Hotel Victoria, Targu Neamt

Hotel Victoria

Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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    Doina, Targu Neamt

    Doina

    Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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      Pensiunea Steaua Nordului, Targu Neamt

      Pensiunea Steaua Nordului

      Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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        Pensiunea Aristocratis, Targu Neamt

        Pensiunea Aristocratis

        Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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          Hanul Ursilor, Targu Neamt

          Hanul Ursilor

          Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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            Casandra, Targu Neamt

            Casandra

            Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

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              Hotel Pensiunea Maierus, Targu Neamt

              Hotel Pensiunea Maierus

              Targu Neamt, Moldavia, Romania

                • No transport provided

                About Targu NeamtDetails and images of Targu Neamt

                Targu Neamt

                Targu Neamt is the third largest city in Neamt county, Moldavia, Romania. The village is famous for Neamt Fortress, built by Petru I Musat, home where he grew poet Veronica Micle and also the village (now district) Humuleşti, cradle storyteller Ion Creangă. Also, the city is the center of a complex of northern Neamt county where there are about 20 monasteries, some of an important artistic and cultural, for example Văratec agape or Secu. It has a population of 18,695 inhabitants (2011).

                Recommendations for travel Targu Neamt

                Museum of History, Archaeology and Ethnography Targu Neamt (the museum is in the former Royal Schools of Tirgu Neamt) - among other things, valuable collections belonging to Cucuteni ceramics, Precucuteni and Starcevo-Cris
                Museum of Ethnography, Folklore, History and Traditional masks "Nicolae Popa" in Târpeşti
                Memorial House "Ion Creanga" Humuleşti - located in Humuleşti close to shore Ozan house remained unchanged for 150 years.
                Memorial House "Veronica Micle" - Veronica Micle lived several years in the 8th decade of the nineteenth century this house
                Memorial House "Sadoveanu" (Hunters Neamt) - the former holiday home of the writer
                Memorial House "Alexander Vlahuţă" at Agape