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A pleasant walk down through the woods from the Peles Castle (past numerous souvenir stalls!) brings you to the Sinaia Monastery. There are two churches in the enclosure; one is a replica of the church at St Catherine's Monastery in the Siniai desert. This church...More
Stopped off here on the way back from Pelisor Castle and I'm glad I did. Although it doesn't take long to go around the art and paint work is amazing. To look at the detail that went in these buildings is wonderful and of course...More
A very old monastery with a lot of connection with the Romanian history. The tomb of one of the most important Romanian politicians is here. There is an old church and the new one better known from post cards. It is a very peaceful place...More
This is a beautiful place to visit for relaxation. Definitely recommend a visit at the old church and new church, very good for the soul.
You can also find a bit of history here, as a prime ministers tomb is hidden in the old chuch.
I visited the monastery on the way to Peles Castle. I could say that the monastery completes the painting of Sinaia. The beautiful, sculpted pillars were built in the Brancovan style by the Cantacuzino family. Although the unnamed would say that it bears the name...More
A small and peaceful place, particularly after the sheer melee of Peles Castle. The old and new orthodox churches are beautiful, particularly the smaller old church in the quadrangle, now no longer used for worship. Worth a visit.