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Campulung Moldovenesc

Country
Romania
State
Suceava
City
Campulung Moldovenesc
Type of Location
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Airports nearest to Campulung Moldovenesc are sorted by the distance to the airport from the city centre

   Suceava Airport (distanced approximately 61 km)
   Chernovtsy Airport (distanced approximately 86 km)
   Havadarya Airport (distanced approximately 130 km)
   Tirgu Mures Airport (distanced approximately 150 km)
   Bacau Airport (distanced approximately 150 km)

Key places to visit
Roman Catholic Church in Campulung Moldovenesc, Wooden church in Campulung Moldovenesc, Church of St. Demetrius of Campulung Moldovenesc, St. Nicholas Church in Campulung Moldovenesc, Assumption Church in Campulung Moldovenesc, Church of the Healing Spring Cam


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Roman Catholic Church in Campulung Moldovenesc

Church "Ascension" in Campulung Moldovan is a Roman Catholic church built in 1815 in the city Campulung Moldovan ( Suceava county ). It is in no way Transylvania. 31A, in the city center along the road which connects the cities of Suceava and Worcester.
Currently, the Roman Catholic Church in Campulung Moldovan Catholic Church is the second oldest in operation in Bucovina, after that the Gura Humor (built in 1811). Church dedicated Ascension and is celebrated 40 days after Easter.

Wooden church in Campulung Moldovenesc

Wooden church dedicated to the Virgin Birth of Campulung Moldovan was built between 1855-1858 in Capu Village district east of the Moldovan Campulung. It is located on Basil Street Carlova, surrounded by Capu Village neighborhood cemetery.
Previously, the place was another wooden church with the same dedication, "Virgin Birth", which was built in 1751. The current wooden church in Campulung Moldovan was not included on the list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004.

Church of St. Demetrius of Campulung Moldovenesc

Church "St. Demetrius" in Campulung Moldovan is a church built in 1883 by the Ruthenian Greek Catholic community in the city Campulung Moldovan. After dissolution Ruthenian Greek Catholic church in Romania (1952), the church was taken over by the Romanian state has passed an Orthodox community use. It was repaired and modernized in the second half of the twentieth century and the beginning of the XXI century.
The church is located on St. John stefureac no. 7, the road linking Station Campulung and civic center of town.

St. Nicholas Church in Campulung Moldovenesc

"St. Nicholas" in Campulung Moldovan was built between 1887-1896 in the center of Campulung Moldovan. It is located on Route Bucovina no. 24, near the central park of the city.Previously, the place was another wooden church with the same dedication, "St. Nicholas", which according to tradition was built in 1698.

Assumption Church in Campulung Moldovenesc

Church "Assumption" in Campulung Moldovan Orthodox church is built in 1913 in the city Campulung Moldovan ( Suceava county ). The church is located on Route Transylvania no. 8, in downtown, along the road which connects the cities of Suceava and Worcester.

Church of the Healing Spring Campulung Moldovenesc

Church "Healing Spring" in Campulung Moldovan is an Orthodox church built between 2001-2009 in the city Campulung Moldovan, Alexandru sandru Albo expense engineer, millionaire businessman who emigrated to the Americas after the World War II. It is located on Str. White Spring, near the East Railway Station Campulung.

Gah Havre Temple of Campulung Moldovenesc

Temple Havre Gah in Campulung Moldovan is a place of worship Hebrew in the city Campulung Moldovan, located on the street Arborea no. 1 (formerly Doja Gh. 7), near the food market. It was built in 1894. On its frontispiece is the Star of David that is framed in 1873, this is a later addition from another synagogue.

Memorial statue "Dragos Voda and bison"

Memorial statue "Dragos Voda and bison" is a memorial statue located in the city Campulung Moldovan ( Suceava county ).Memorial statue "Dragos Voda and bison" was made of bronze by the sculptor Ion Jalea (1887-1983), located in the central square of Campulung Moldovenesc new building near the House of Culture. It was unveiled in 1978.

Synagogue old Moldovan Campulung

Moldovan Campulung old synagogue is a place of worship was Hebrew in the city Campulung Moldovan, located on the street Cantemir n 20. It was built in 1873 and is the oldest Hebrew prayer house in the city.There are only guesses on the age of Campulung Moldovan Hebrew community. The first Hebrew who went through these places were merchants who traveled with trade caravans Hungary to Moldova, in Transylvania.

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May - June

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