Monday, 26 June 2017

Romania & Bulgaria - Moldavia & the Bucovina Monasteries (PDF Chapter)

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Romania & Bulgaria - Moldavia & the Bucovina Monasteries (PDF Chapter)

Moldavia rewards those intrepid enough to seek it out: from glorious medieval monasteries to rugged mountains ideal for hiking, this region combines natural beauty with plenty of action. Moldavia’s bucolic villages and endearing towns feature some of Romania’s friendliest lo-cals.

admire the artistry of Arbore Monastery and the surrounding painted monasteries

gawk at the size and gleam of the Palace of Culture, Iasi’s now fully renovated grand royal palace

gaze at the soaring limestone rock formation of the Lady’s Stones, part of the Rarau Mas-sif

Coverage includes: Moldavia, Iasi, Targu Neamt & Around, Piatra Neamt, Ceahlau National Park, Bucovina, Suceava, Bucovina Monasteries, Rarau Massif.

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