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It is one of the oldest monasteries in Moldavia builded by Stefan Cel Mare.The paintings on the exterior walls are truly impressive. "Blue of Voronet" is the predominant color and unique. It seams that this year, after centuries, the formula for this unique color. On...More
This is perhaps the best known on the Bucovinian Monasteries with it's amazing exterior fresco depicting the Last Judgement. A guide to explain the frescos is pretty important and one can only marvel at how enduring the paintings are, both on the outside and inside...More
Voronet is a monastery and some rules must be respected within. It is one of the oldest monasteries in Bucovina and paintings on the exterior walls are truly remarkable. "Blue Voronet" is the predominant color and, to date, it is not known how it was...More
At least once in your life you have to visit the beautiful monasteries of Bucovina. They are all beautiful and, at the same time, each is special in its own way. The road to the monastery is good. Do not miss Daniil's Sihastru cell too.
The car park at the bottom of the hill is pay and display and there are toilets and somewhere to get food. There is a pretty walk up to the monastery past little stalls selling hand crafted local goods from honey droppers to embroidered blouses....More
I am not a Christian, I mention the fact because my experience is not from the religious point of view.
The place is amazing with a special art.
visit, but I recommend to visit 2-3 of the painted monasteries- it is enough. It is definitely...More
The monastery is famous for its religious paintings both on its outer walls and inside the monastery. It is famous for the colour BLUE celebrated as the VORONET BLUE, a colour the secret of which is still unknown.