Dragomirna Monastery

The Dragomirna Monastery was built during the first three decades of the 17th century, 15 km from , in commune. It is the tallest medieval monastery in northern Moldavia and renowned in Orthodox architecture for its unique proportions and intricate details, mostly carved into stone.

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is situated 4 km south of Dragomirna Monastery. Photo: Cezarika1, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is situated 4 km southeast of Dragomirna Monastery. Photo: Dan.chent, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Dragomirna Monastery

47.7581° or 47° 45' 29.2" north
26.229° or 26° 13' 44.6" east
374 metres (1227 feet)
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Also Known As

  • Dutch: Dragomirna
  • English: Dragomirna
  • German: Kloster Dragomirna
  • Hungarian: Dragomirnai kolostor
  • Italian: Monastero di Dragomirna
  • Polish: Monastyr Dragomirna
  • Romanian: Mănăstirea Dragomirna
  • Ukrainian: Драгомирна
  • Mânăstirea Dragomirna

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