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Biserica Colt este situata in satul Suseni al comunei "Raul de Mori" din judetul Hunedoara. Biserica functioneaza ca schit cu obste de calugari si poarta hramul "Duminica Tuturor Sfintilor". Biserica a fost construita la inceputul secolului al XIV-lea, intre anii 1310-1315 si se remarca din doua elemente deosebite: in primul rand prin amplasarea unui turn peste altar si apoi prin resturile de pictura murala din interior. Inca de la inceput, biserica de aici a fost ortodoxa.

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