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The Maramures Wooden churches are located in the Maramureș region of northern Transylvania and are a group of almost one hundred old Orthodox churches. Occasionally are Greek-Catholic ones, has ben built by a different architectural solutions from different periods and areas. That churches from Maramureș,...More
Visited while passing by recently.
A number of wooden churches of quite unique design and very nice to see.
There is a visitor centre where it’s possible to see a few historical artifacts and buy locally produced souvenirs.
There is no entrance fee to the...More
Our visit to Barsana was on a rainy day in April. Notwithstanding the weather the grounds and buildings are well worth visiting, from the old wooden church, which is one of the oldest in all of Romania.
More or less alike at a first glance - elegant shape, sky-piercing spires,,richly decorated interiors, polychrome murals evoking the most memorable episodes of Christianity, any of the 5 UNESCO-listed wooden churches I visited exudes a unique feeling of simplicity,sobriety and devotion.Apart from elaborately carved wooden...More
We visited several of these churches during our week long visit to Romania with the help of our Guide Colin Shaw. Each one was unique and beautiful in their individual way and each took your breathe away. The wonder of the architecture and construction of...More
My wife and I scheduled a one-day tour with Cornelia and had a wonderful and memorable time. Cornelia is pleasant, sociable, very knowledgeable, and energetic. We spent about 11 hours with her, and visited the Merry Cemetery in Sapanta, the Museum of the Victims of...More