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ZLATARI CHURCH BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

THE CHURCH WHERE MIRACLES COME TRUE ZLATARI WORSHIP PLACE IN BUCHAREST Zlatari Church in Bucharest has a very interesting story. This worship place in Bucharest houses the right hand of Saint Cyprian of Antiochia, Syria. He was a pagan in 300 A.D. and also a wizard. A young man in love with a young faithful woman,
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STAVROPOLEOS CHURCH ENTRANCE

VISIT ONE OF THE OLDEST WORSHIP PLACES IN ROMANIAN CAPITAL THE BEAUTIFUL STAVROPOLEOS CHURCH IN BUCHAREST Stavropoleos Church in Bucharest is nowadays in the Old City and you can visit it before going to have lunch in the area. It was built by a Greek monk, called Ioanichie Stratonikeas from Epirus. STAVROPOLEOS CHURCH BUCHAREST By: Bucharest
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SAINT SPYRIDON CHURCH

LARGEST CHURCH IN ROMANIAN CAPITAL A BEAUTIFUL WORSHIP PLACE TO VISIT IN BUCHAREST Saint Spyridon Church in Bucharest is the largest and the most imposing Orthodox church in the capital. It is called Saint Spyridon Church New for there is another worship place dedicated to the same saint, known as the old saint Spyridon Church
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KRETZULESCU CHURCH

VISIT KRETZULESCU CHURCH A BEAUTIFUL WORSHIP PLACE TO SEE IN BUCHAREST Kretzulescu Church in Bucharest is an architectural masterpiece from the late 18th century, Brancoveanu building style. During the communist epoch, Kretzulescu church was proposed for being demolished. Only a few architects tried and succeeded in stopping this, so that we can still visit it today. VISIT
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DARVARI MONASTERY

A SMALL CHURCH TO VISIT IN BUCHAREST Darvari Monastery is one of the few worship places built in the middle of Bucharest. It is an island of peace inside the noisy Romanian capital. Darvari Hermitage was built in 1834 by Mihail Darvari and his wife Elena Darvari. It was a small, wooden church in the beginning.
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Bucharest Casin Church

CASIN WORSHIP PLACE NEAR ARCH OF TRIUMPH IN BUCHAREST Casin Church in Bucharest is a quite a recently built church for the ex-communist capital of Romania. It was built in the 20th century, after World War II and after the Romanian Communist Party took the power in Bucharest in 1945. CASIN MONASTERY IN BUCHAREST By: Bucharest
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