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Manastirea Cozia
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Mănăstirea Cozia, este o ctitorie a lui Mircea cel Bătrân. Este situată lângă Olt.

Paul de Alep în jurnalul călătoriei sale în Țara Românească între 21 august 1656 - 13 octombrie 1658 spunea despre Cozia


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