The Monastery Bujoreni
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The Monastery Bujoreni

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    This is the Bujoreni Monastery. The first wooden church was built around 1600. The first documentary monastery dating from 1602. The wooden church was replaced by a stone church in 1840. The stone church was restored last time in 2005. 

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