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STAVROPOLEOS MONASTERY

STAVROPOLEOS MONASTERY

This precious monastery is located in the very heart of Bucharest a few steps by the National Bank and by the Savings Bank (CEC), and it was raised in 1724. "Stavropoleos" is the Romanian form of the Greek word "Stauropolis", which is translated as "The Cross City". The furnished cells lodge 4 monks, 3 nuns and a confessor priest.

 

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Only one free day ? No problem ! We'll show you few splendors of Romania: Bran and Peles Famous Castles, Brasov, Sibiu or Sighisoara Medieval Cities or the Fascinating Wild Danube Delta

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With 2 free days, you'll have the chance to enjoy more of the Medieval Transylvania, amazing Transfagarasan Road or the Wildlife from Danube Delta, the only natural place from Romania in Unesco World Hertage

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This is the best way to explore Romania ! We designed tours up to 2 weeks to cover all beautiful Romania. Medieval Transylvania, Traditional Maramures, Spiritual Bucovina or Wild Danube Delta are witing for you !

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