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Judetul Suceava
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By Air

Suceava is served by the Suceava "Stefan cel Mare" Airport (SCV), located 12 km east of the city centre it is also called "The Salcea Airport".The city has an airport in the Civil Northeast, the city near Salcea.Airport has flights 6 times a week to airports Henri Coanda (Otopeni) and Bacau.From March 7, 2006 began to perform three times a week flights to Timisoara Airport with connections to all domestic and international network of company Carpatair.Blue Air to fly to Rome, Venice and Vienna, which were later suspended.

By Train

Suceava is located on highway 500 Romanian Railways, connecting to Bacau and Bucharest.Is bound by Worcester Transylvania.The city has three stations: Station Suceava (Burdujeni), Suceava Nord railway station (lucani) and Suceava West Station (scaffolding).Suceava is located on DN2/E85 linking to Bucharest and Bacau, the DN17 / E58 linking to Worcester and DN29 / E58 in Botosani.

By Bus

Transport in Suceava bus routes: 1 - Station lucani - Passage effort on - Car lucani - Garage TPL - Glass - Gr Sc 2 - Center - Bank - Polyclinic - Marasesti - Belvedere - G. Enescu - Furniture - Obcina - Metro - Service - Sc. Kind. 9 - Obcina - G. Enescu - Raiffaisen - Marasesti - Polyclinic - Printing - Center - Gr Sc.2 - Glass - Garage TPL - Service lucani - Serious effort - Station lucani.

Key places to visit
Mirauti Church, Church of St. Demetrius, Royal Inn in Suceava, Suceava Fortress, Suceava Planetarium, Bucovina Village Museum


Places to Visit

Mirauti Church

known as the Church Mirai is an Orthodox church built in the XIV century and then rebuilt in the eighteenth century in the city of Suceava.It is located on Str. Mirauti no. 17, near the Royal Court.Is dedicated to St. George, celebrated every year on 23 April.Between 1402-1522, Mira Church cathedral served as Moldova.St. George-Mirauti of Suceava was included on the list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004.It is considered to be the oldest church in the city of Suceava.Mirauti Church is considered by some researchers as one of the oldest churches in Moldova.It was built in the late fourteenth century by Prince Peter Mu (1375-1391) in the north-east of the town, the old street of debtors, near Fortress of Suceava.In 1388, Prince moved, diplomatic reasons, the Moldavian capital Suceava and there had to be and religious center of the state.

Church of St. Demetrius

is an Orthodox church built between 1534-1535 in the city of Suceava.It is located on Str. Stefan cel Mare (formerly Royal Street) no. 1 near the Royal Court in the city center.Is dedicated to St. Demetrius celebrated every year on 26 October.Whole church "St. Dumitru" Suceava was included in the list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004."St. Demetrius" was founded by Prince Petru Rares, was built between 1534-1535 in conch plan, similar to that of "St. George" in Harlem.In 1809, there was a fire that hit "St. Dumitru" and the bell tower.The church was repaired in 1822 and the tower in 1845.

Royal Inn in Suceava

is a former medieval inn built in the mid-century.seventeenth century in the center of Suceava, the Str. Ciprian Porumbescu no. Five.Currently this works Ethnographic Museum in Suceava.Royal Inn today Ethnographic Museum was included on the list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004.Royal Inn in Suceava is one of the oldest civil building in the city.It has two levels (ground and first floor) built in different periods.On June 28, 1968, the building of the former inn opened Department of Ethnography and Folk Art Museum of Suceava County.The ground floor has organized a permanent exhibition that reconstructs the atmosphere of an inn in the eighteenth century, the entrance hall are exhibited harness (saddle, Tarna, straps, harnesses) and objects related to transportation and hunting.Is exposed to a cart, a small blacksmith shop in anvil, hammers, pliers.

Suceava Fortress

fortress of Suceava is a city located at the eastern edge of the medieval city of Suceava (north-eastern Romania).It is located on a spur of a terminal plate located at a height of 70 m above the valley Suceava.From here, you can see the entire valley of Suceava.The preferred use of the term of Suceava Fortress and Citadel of Suceava not because there were two cities: Fortress and Citadel of the West (Fortress Scheia), both being built by Prince Peter Mu (1375-1391).The fortress was built in the late fourteenth century by Peter Mu was fortified in the fifteenth century by Stephen the Great and destroyed in the eighteenth century (1675) of Dumitrascu Cantacuzino.Currently Suceava City is in ruins.

Suceava Planetarium

Planetarium in Suceava was inaugurated in 1982 (the third planetarium in the country in order opening the largest country in terms of room capacity and diameter dome) and design for heaven on that day the sky in the hemisphere south and north of the solar system, the planets visible, etc.Galilean satellites.Hall Planetarium, circular, with a capacity of 80 seats, top mounted projector ZKP complex 2, with which you can design sun, moon, planets and approximately 6,000 stars visible to the naked eye in the sky boreal and austral.Auxiliary projectors give dynamic image of the solar system, planet Jupiter Galilean satellites, the evolution of Comet Donati, the phenomenon of "falling stars" and the motion of a satellite artificial.

Bucovina Village Museum

is an outdoor museum in the city of Suceava, highlighting the cultural and architectural heritage of popular in Bukovina.Bucovina Village Museum was included in the list of historical monuments in Suceava in 2004.Open Air Museum is designed as a traditional village Bukovina and would include the time that his organization will complete a total of 80 monuments of folk architecture: church, school, farms, workshops, technical facilities, pubs, a inside the mine and a path Mocanita.After changing the communist regime in 1990 resumed the project, extending to 6 hectares allotted area on the same site.In 1996, a government decision, Bucovina Village Museum was established.

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