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1. Reformed Church

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Short Description: Reformed church in the village of CANDU Bereni commune, Mures County was built around 1828.

2. Cornet Monastery

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3. Church of the Peace Order

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Short Description: The Church of the Orderi Order or the Archangel Church in Oradea was built in the 18th century, more precisely in 1754.

4. The Franciscan Church Sibiu

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Short Description: The Franciscan Church of Sibiu was in the fifteenth century part of a monastery of Clarise nuns, the female branch of the Minor or Franciscan Brotherhood Order.

5. Biserica Franciscana

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6. Biserica Suseni din Rucar

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Short Description: The church dedicated to "St. Gheorghe and Dimitrie "was built in the years 1780-1786 by Gh. Nicula Smerna Linotopetis - a Macedonian Romanian, known in the initial documents as" Jupan Gheorghe the village traitor ".

7. The church Tohanu Nou

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Short Description: The historical monument church with the patronage "The Entrance of Our Lady to the Church" was built in 1779, with the money contribution of Jupan Ioniţă Boghici.

8. Biserica ortodoxa

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9. Biserica ortodoxa

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10. The Rupestru Aluniş ensemble

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Short Description: Cave dwellings were used by hermits to preach the Holy Gospel, this area being considered the "Cradle of Christianity," the oldest monastic center known in the Carpathians.

11. The Orthodox Church

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12. Capela Calvaria

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Short Description: The chapel is surrounded by the mystery of its permanent deterioration.

13. Capela Calvaria

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14. Proieni Church

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Short Description: The church where Mihai Viteazu celebrated with Mrs. Stanca

15. Biserica

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Short Description: The Church of Şurdeşti was the highest wooden church in all Europe, with a 54-meter tower and a total height of 72

16. Biserica  din Poienile Izei

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Short Description: The church in Poienile Izei is known as the wooden church of Poienile Glodului, it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage, being built before the 15th century.

17. Biserica Adormirea Maicii Domnului

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Short Description: The church is situated in the center of the Aprozi village and was built in 1841 by the Vornicul Iancu Manu, a great logographer, who had an estate in the village of Aprozi. It is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin.

18. Biserica Adormirea Maicii Domnului

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Short Description: In Fundata there is an "old" church built in 1830 and a "new" church built between 1939 and 1943. The two churches in Fundata are dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin, and the new one also has the patron saint of St. Nicholas.

19. Biserica Adormirea Maicii Domnului

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Short Description: The Nicula wooden church is located in Nicula Village, Fizeşu Gherlii Commune, Cluj County. It was dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin and was the first church of the Nicula Monastery.

20. Biserica Arbore

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Short Description: The church "Cutting the Head of St. John the Baptist" from Arbore, also known as the Arbore Church, is an Orthodox church built in 1502 in the village of Arbore, Suceava county, by the hatman Luca Arbore.