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The eight Romanian Orthodox Churches of Moldavia are located in Suceava County, northern Moldavia, and were built approximately between 1487 and 1583.

Churches of Moldavia
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Map of monasteries in Suceava County.jpg
Map of the most important northeastern Moldavian monasteries
LocationSuceava County, Romania
CriteriaCultural: (i), (iv)
Inscription1993 (17th Session)
Coordinates47°46′42″N 25°42′46″E / 47.77833°N 25.71278°E / 47.77833; 25.71278Coordinates: 47°46′42″N 25°42′46″E / 47.77833°N 25.71278°E / 47.77833; 25.71278
Churches of Moldavia is located in Romania
Churches of Moldavia
Location of Churches of Moldavia in Romania

Since 1993, they have been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Church of the Resurrection within the Sucevița Monastery was added to the site in 2010.

World Heritage SiteEdit


Location of World Heritage Churches of Moldavia.

Other churchesEdit

Name Location Built Founder
Agapia Monastery Agapia, Neamț County 1643 Gavriil Coci
Bogdana Monastery Rădăuți, Suceava County 1360 Bogdan I
Cetățuia Monastery Iași, Iași County 1672 Gheorghe Duca
Dragomirna Monastery Mitocu Dragomirnei, Suceava County 1609 Anastasie Crimca
Galata Monastery Iași, Iași County 1584 Petru Șchiopul
Golia Monastery Iași, Iași County 1660 Ioan Golia
Neamț Monastery Vânători-Neamț, Neamț County 1497 Ștefan cel Mare
Putna Monastery Putna, Suceava County 1466 Ștefan cel Mare
Trei Ierarhi Monastery Iași, Iași County 1639 Vasile Lupu
Văratec Monastery Văratec, Neamț County 1785 Olimpiada

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