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Siren

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

By air

Nearest airports  to Siren are sorted by the distance to the airport from the city centre.

    Siren Airport (distanced approximately 4.2 km)
    Grantsburg Municipal Airport (distanced approximately 23 km)
    Rush City Airport (distanced approximately 45 km)
    Crane Lake Airport (distanced approximately 55 km)
    Amery Municipal Airport (distanced approximately 56 km)

Key places to visit
Trinity Church in Siren, Birth of Saint John Baptist Church, Church of St. Onuphrius Manastioara-Siren, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Siren, Transfiguration Church in Siren, Saints Constantine and Helen Church in Siren, Great Temple of Siren


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Places to Visit

Trinity Church in Siren

Church "Holy Trinity" Siren is a church built in the XIV century in the city of Siren ( Suceava County ) 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 (located on Hill Sasca).

Birth of Saint John Baptist Church

Church "Birth of Saint John the Baptist" in Siren is a church founded by Prince Stefan Petriceicu (1672-1673, 1673-1674 and 1683-1684) in the town of Siren ( Suceava county ). It is situated in the center of Siren, the Republic Square no. 1 (previously Rose Alley no. 1).

Church of St. Onuphrius Manastioara-Siren

Church "St. Onuphrius" of Manastioara-Siren is a church founded by Prince Stefan Petriceicu (1672-1673, 1673-1674 and 1683-1684) in 1673 in the village Manastioara today neighborhood of Siren ( Suceava county ). The church is located at a distance of 3.5 km from the center of Siren.

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Siren

Church "Birth of Mary" in Siren is a Roman Catholic church built between 1816-1824 in the city of Siren. It is situated on Chestnut Street no. July.Since the thirteenth century began to take place in Moldova intense Catholic propaganda. In 1227, Pope Gregory IX (1227-1241) established the Diocese of Milcov here to Cumans and Teutonic Knights in Barsa

Transfiguration Church in Siren

Church "transfiguration" in Siren is a place of worship built in 1908 for Greek Catholics Ukrainians in the city of Siren. 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. Austrian District Court in 1780 recommended the establishment of Greek-Catholic parishes in the towns and villages of Bukovina

Saints Constantine and Helen Church in Siren

Church "St. Constantine and Elena" in Siren is a church built between 1934-1936 in the town of Siren. Initially it was evangelical church, but is now used by Orthodox community in the city. It is located on Chestnut Street no. September.

Great Temple of Siren

Hebrew Temple of Siren is a place of worship Hebrew City Siren, located on the street Teiului no. 4, in the city center. It was built in 1840. Hebrew first settled in Siren around 1371, when Siren achieved city status. In that year he was hired a Jew jeweler to the prince of Moldavia. The rapid development of the city due to its location on the road leading from Galicia in Hungary caused more families to establish Hebrew Siren just before the sixteenth century.

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