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Radauti

Country
Romania
State
Suceava
City
Radauti
Type of Location
Multiple
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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By road

Access is easy, 15 km on the European road E85 DN2H and can go from 17 October 1889 and secondary railroad Dornesti-Radauti-Putna.

By air

Airports nearest to Radauti are sorted by the distance to the airport from the city centre.
   Chernovtsy Airport (distanced approximately 61 km)
   Suceava Airport (distanced approximately 69 km)
   Beltsy Airport (distanced approximately 85 km)
   Balti Airport (distanced approximately 85 km)
   Iasi Airport (distanced approximately 130 km)

Key places to visit
Bogdana Monastery, Pentecost Church of Radauti, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Radauti, Birth of the Virgin Church in Radauti, Church of Radauti Lippovan, Great Temple of Radauti, Museum of Ethnography "and Eugenia Samuel Ionet" in Radauti, Monas


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Places to Visit

Bogdana Monastery

Bogdana Monastery is an Orthodox monastery of monks located in the city Radauti ( Suceava County ), Bogdan Voda Street. 4-6. The monastery church was founded by Prince Bogdan I (1359-1365), founder of the Moldovan feudal state, and served as royal necropolis.

Pentecost Church of Radauti

Church "Pentecost" in Radauti is an Orthodox church in the city of monumental size Radauti. It was built between 1927-1961 and is dedicated to " Pentecost ".Church "Pentecost" in Radauti was listed historical monuments in Suceava in 2004, with classification code SW-II-mB-05627, appearing there as the Cathedral "Pentecost".

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Radauti

Church "Birth of Mary" in Radauti is a Roman Catholic church built between 1823-1826 in the city Radauti. It is located at Stefan cel Mare. 16.Roman Catholic Church "Birth of the Virgin Mary" in Radauti was included on list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004, with classification code SW-II-mB-05621

Birth of the Virgin Church in Radauti

Church "Virgin Birth" in Radauti is a place of worship built in 1935 for Greek Catholics Ukrainians in the city Radauti. It is located on Crisan.The first Greek Catholic Ruthenians settled in southern Bukovina after the annexation of northern Moldova the Habsburg Empire (1775). They came from Galicia and were brought here by the Austrian authorities to colonize new territories of the empire

Church of Radauti Lippovan

Church is a church Radauti Lippovan of the Old Rite Christian City Radauti, which was built in 1900. Church Street Freedom Lippovan is no. 8, near the central square of the village.First Lipovan (Russian staroveri) came to Moldova in the middle of the eighteenth century, being chased by the Russians because he opposed religious reform Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich initiated by Romanov and Russian Patriarch Nikon (1652-1658), known as raskol reform.

Great Temple of Radauti

Great Temple is a place of worship Radauti Hebrew in the city Radauti, located on the street on May 1 no. 2, in the city center. It was built in 1883, some sources incorrectly indicate 1879 as year of construction.Hebrew Temple in Radauti was included on list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004, with LMI code SW-II-mB-05599

Museum of Ethnography "and Eugenia Samuel Ionet" in Radauti

Ethnographic Museum "and Eugenia Samuel Ionet" in Radauti is a museum with ethnographic specificity (Bukovina folk art) founded in 1934 in the city Radauti ( Suceava county ). It was founded by a group of local intellectuals, originally bearing the name "Museum of Antiquities and Ethnography". It is the oldest ethnographic museum in Moldova.Museum presents traditional occupations, in northern Romania costumes, fabrics, rugs, bags, sewing and embroidery on white lambskin shirt and cloth tastefully worked fine art, wood carvings, ceramics, etc.. There is black ceramic handicrafts and ceramics Kuty edge and a collection of painted eggs.

Monastery Sucevita

Sucevita Monastery is a monastery in Romania, situated 18 km from Radauti ( Suceava County ), included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage. Tradition puts Valley River Sucevita, the hills, a wooden church and a schivnicie from the early sixteenth century.Legend says that later, who knows what the redemption of sins, a woman brought her chariot pulled by buffalo, for thirty years, the current required building stone. Documents, the monastery is attested 1582, in time Peter Lame Prince.

Exaltation of Holy Cross Church in Volovat

Church "Exaltation of the Cross" in Volovat is a church founded by Stephen the Great between in 1500 - in 1502 the village Volovat ( Suceava County ), at 4 km south-west of Radauti. Church "Exaltation of the Cross" in Volovat was included on list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004, with classification code SW-II-mA-05674.

Monastery Putna

Putna Monastery Orthodox monastery is a place, one of the most important cultural, religious and artistic Romanian. It was called "Jerusalem Romanian Nation" (M.Eminescu).The monastery is located 33 km from the city Radauti in northern Moldova. The monastery was an important cultural center, here are copied manuscripts and miniatures were made precious. Abode has a rich monastery museum with embroideries, manuscripts, religious objects, icons, etc..

Wooden Church Putna

Wooden church dedicated to Virgin's entrance into the Church of Putna is located in the village cemetery Putna the homonymous village, about 1 km from the monastery Putna. East side of the church dates from the early years of the fifteenth century, and, by tradition, was brought by Stephen the Great of Volovat. This is the oldest and the only medieval wooden church, known until now kept in Romania. The age old plan gives exceptional and invaluable to our country's medieval architecture and beyond its borders.

Trinity Church in Siren

Church "Holy Trinity" Siren is a church built in the XIV century in the city of Siret  and is considered one of the oldest stone churches in Moldova and the first built after the plan conch, the Byzantine. It is located on Str. Issue no. 10.

Cell of Daniil the Hermit

Daniel the Hermit's cell is a cave dug into a cliff in the valley stream Vitau, who lived as a hermit in St. Daniel the Hermit. It is at a distance of about 1 km from Monastery Putna ( Suceava county ).Daniel the Hermit's cell was placed on the list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004, with classification code SW-II-mB-05593.

Tree Church

Church "Beheading of St. John the Baptist" of the tree (also known as Tree Church, although not the only church in town) is an Orthodox church built in 1502 in the village Tree of homonymous village ( Suceava county ) by hetman Luca Arbore. It is distinguished by exterior mural painting. Tree Church is dedicated Beheading of St. John the Baptist.

Saints Peter and Paul Church in Solca

"St. Apostles Peter and Paul" in Solca is an Orthodox church built between 1612-1622 by Prince Stefan Tomsa II (1611-1615, 1621-1623) the city Solca. This foundation has worked as a monastery of monks until April 29, 1785 when it was abolished by the Austrians, and the monastery church became a parish church.

Right Time to Visit

February - April

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