Places to visit in Manastirea Humorului, Romania
... about 5 km north of the town of Gura Humorului, Romania. It is a monastery for nuns built in 1530 by Voievod Petru Rareş over the foundation of a previous monastery that dated from around 1415. The Humor monastery was closed in 1786 and was not reopened until 1990. Along with Voronet, is probably the best preserved; unlike Voronet, the dominant colour of the frescoes is a reddish brown. The subjects of the frescoes at Humor include the Siege of Constantinople and the Last Judgment.Going out
Most of the entertainment facilities are located in the nearby city of Suceava. You can also have a taxi or a mini-bus to Gura Humorului (costs around 25 cents), a small town 10 minutes away from the village, where you can find a few restaurants and clubs.
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