It is seemingly the oldest intact building in Bucharest--from the Old Court only ruins can be seen. Built from 1558 to 1559 by Prince Mircea Ciobanul on the place of an
In 1679, the Ruling Prince Şerban Cantacuzino started a princiary school at the Monastery of St. Sava, a school that soon became the first renowned Romanian school. In
The church was built in 1656 by the ruling prince Constantin Şerban the Snub-Nosed and Lady Bălaşa on the foundations of a wooden hermitage, but it was finished by Mihail
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Two rivers flow through Bucharest. The one called Dâmboviţa flows through the city centre, and the second one, Colentina, builds on the outskirts of the city’s nine lakes.
Arbore Church is the foundation of a boyar who served Stephan the Great. The church is dedicated to Saint John the Baptist.
Interior: In the nave, the
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