7 Sights in Suceava, Romania (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Suceava, Romania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Suceava, Romania.

Sightseeing Tours in Suceava

1. Saint John the New Monastery

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Saint John the New Monastery is a Romanian Orthodox monastery in Suceava, Romania. Built between 1514 and 1522, the monastery church is one of eight buildings that make up the churches of Moldavia UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is also listed as a historic monument by the country's Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs. Its construction began during the reign of voivode Bogdan III the One-Eyed of Moldavia, after the nearby Mirăuți Church was devastated in 1513. The construction was completed by Stephen IV of Moldavia. The monastery church served as metropolitan cathedral of Moldavia until 1677 and, since 1991, it serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Suceava and Rădăuți. The church is dedicated to Saint George and it has frescoes painted on the outside, typical of the region.

Wikipedia: Saint John the New Monastery (EN)

2. Planetarium

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The Planetarium and the Astronomical Observatory of Suceava is a scientific museum designed for the design of the sky, the solar system, the visible planets, the satellites, etc. It was inaugurated in 1982, being the third planetarium in the country in order of opening and the largest in the country in terms of hall capacity and diameter of the dome. The Planetarium of Suceava is located on Strada Universitatii nr. 13A, in the Areni neighborhood.

Wikipedia: Planetariul din Suceava (RO)

3. Biserica armeană „Turnul Roșu” Suceava

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The "Saint Simion" Church in Suceava is an Armenian place of worship in Suceava, whose construction dates back to 1513. It is located at the top end of Armenian Street, on Strada I. G. Sbiera nr. 51, forming together with the Church "Holy Cross" a spindle that defines the old nucleus of habitation of armenians.

Wikipedia: Biserica Sfântul Simion din Suceava (RO)

4. Princely Court of Suceava

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The Fortress of Suceava, also known as the Fortress of Suceava, is a medieval fortress located on the eastern edge of Suceava. It is located on a terminal spur of a plateau located at a height of 70 m from the meadow of Suceava. From here, you can see the entire valley of Suceava.

Wikipedia: Cetatea de Scaun a Sucevei (RO), Website

5. Biserica armeană „Sfânta Cruce” Suceava

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Santa Cruz Church in Suchawa is an Armenian place of worship in the city of Suchawa, and its construction dates back to 1521. It is based on Armenian streets and, together with the "San Simao" church, forms an axis that defines the ancient core of Armenian residence.

Wikipedia: Biserica Sfânta Cruce din Suceava (RO)

6. Bukovina Museum

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The Bukovina Museum is the main museum institution in Suceava County. It operates in a building built between 1902-1903, in neoclassical and baroque styles, located on Stefan cel Mare Street nr. 33, in the center of Suceava.

Wikipedia: Muzeul Județean din Suceava (RO), Website

7. Zamca Monastery

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Zamca MonasteryCezar Suceveanu at ro.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by Kurpfalzbilder.de. / CC BY 2.5

The Armenian monastery of Suceava, also known as "Zamca", is a monastery of the Armenian Apostolic Church, dating from the 15th century, in the town of Suceava in northern Romania's Bukovina district.

Wikipedia: Armenian monastery of Suceava (EN)


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