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Other painted churches not to be missed include Sucevita, with its distinctive greens, and Humor, where the frescoes are predominantly red.
Also nearby are, Arbore, Dragomirna, Moldovita and Putna monasteries.
Over the past 500 years, history, culture and religious life have molded Iasi, the cultural capital of Moldova.
Iasi boasts an impressive number of Orthodox churches, almost 100, most of them located in the Golden Plateau, representing the nucleus of the city, around which the city developed over the centuries.
The most famous of these, often called "the Sistine Chapel of the East" is Voronet Monastery.
Erected in 1438 by Stefan the Great, Voronet's most stunning feature is a Last Judgment fresco painted – as at all the churches – on the exterior façade.
Today, visitors can tour the remains of the impressive fortifications and take in a great view of the city. George Church (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Mirauti Church, the Zamca Monastery and a number of museums dedicated to woodcraft, ethnography, history and folk art.
A visit to Bucovina would not be complete without some stunning nature walks through Ceahlau National Park, Romania's Olympus – the sacred mountain of the Dacians, the forefathers of the Romanian people.
Make sure you bring binoculars as some 90 species of birds can be seen in the park area.
Read more about Neamt County at: Creanga Memorial House (Targu Neamt) - the house where the greatest storyteller of Romania was born is located at the entrance in Targu Neamt and represents a symbol of the Romanian traditional architecture Cucuteni Culture Museum (Piatra Neamt) - a museum that displays an impressive collection of painted ceramics.
Nicolae Popa Museum from Tarpesti village (near Targu Neamt) Neamt Monastery Museum (Neamt Monastery) The History and Archeology Museum (Piatra Neamt) The Art Museum (Piatra Neamt) The Ethnography Museum (Piatra Neamt) The Natural Science Museum (Piatra Neamt) - famous for a unique collection of fossil fishes Calistrat Hogas Memorial House (Piatra Neamt) The Museum of Agapia Monastery - founded in 1927 displays religious objects, paintings, fabrics and wooden sculptures.