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21. A wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church "Cuvioasa Paraschiva" from Valea Aninişului, Crasna commune, Gorj county, was built in 1800.

22. The wooden church

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Short Description: The Apahida wood church, Apahida commune, Cluj County, dates back to 1806. It has the patron saint of the "Archangels Michael and Gavriil", and is declared a historical monument.

23. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Apatiu, Chiochiş commune, Bistriţa-Năsăud county, has the patron saint "The Archangels Michael and Gabriel" and dates from the 18th century. It is a historic monument.

24. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Apoldu de Jos, Apoldu de Jos commune, Sibiu County has the patron Saint John the Evangelist and dates from 1772.

25. A wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church "St. Apostles Peter and Paul" is located in the monastery "St Simeon Stalpnicul" - Gai, in the Gai district of Arad. The wooden church was built between 1745 and 1754 in the village of Selistea de Mures.

26. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church "Cuvioasa Paraschiva" is located in the courtyard of the County Emergency County Hospital in Arad. The church dates from 1724 to 1725 and was built in Groseni, in Zarand Land.

27. The wooden church

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Short Description: The third wooden church in Arad is the "St. Gheorghe "on Episcopiei Street, in the park of the residence of the Orthodox Episcopate.

28. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church in the village of Arduzel, Maramures is an old wooden church (1650).

29. The wooden church

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Short Description: The Church of the Ascension of Arieseni was built entirely of wood, having the shape and style of the Maramures churches, being built between 1791 and 1829.

30. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church dedicated to "Saint Voievozi Mihail and Gavriil" from Armaseni was built in 1780 in the village of Armaseni, Buneşti-Avereşti commune.

31. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church in Armaseşti is dedicated to the "Assumption of the Virgin", being built in 1809.

32. Wooden church and valataci

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Short Description: The wooden church and the Valatec "The Cutting of the Head of St. John the Baptist" belonged to the former Armasoae hermitage from Armasoaia, the village of Pungesti, Vaslui County.

33. The wooden church

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Short Description: The church "St. John the Baptist "in the village of Artanu is made of wood on a concrete foundation and is covered with shingle. It is not known the year when it was built, but it happened before 1760.

34. The wooden church

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Short Description: The place of prayer was built at the beginning of the 19th century and is on the list of historical monuments in Romania.

35. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Aschiileu Mic with the patronage of "The Holy Angels" is a historical monument dating back to 1801. It is situated on a hill, above the village.

36. The wooden church

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Short Description: The church dedicated to "Sf. Constantin and Elena "was built around 1866 by the inhabitants of Aspra.

37. A wooden church

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Short Description: St. Nicholas', St. Babeş, Vaslui's wooden church is dated 1750, although the village seems to have been founded in the second half of the 15th century.

38. The wooden church

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Short Description: The old church of Bădăcin was built in 1705, by the Greek-Catholic believers, later used by the Orthodox, now left in the cradle.

39. The wooden church

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Short Description: The "Saint Nicholas" wood church is located in the north of the settlement. It is dedicated to "Saint Nicholas" and is listed on the historical monuments in Cluj County. It dates back to 1765.

40. The wooden church

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Short Description: The churches dedicated to the "Holy Emperors Constantine and Helena" from Bădeni village, Dănicei commune are situated at the border between Vâlcea and Argeş counties.