Targu Neamt, Romania
Târgu-Neamț is a city in Neamț county, formed by the component localities of Blebea, Humulești, Humuleștii Noi and Târgu Neamț (residence). The town is famous primarily for the Neamț Citadel, but also for the house where the poet Veronica Micle grew up or for the town of Humulești, the childhood cradle of the storyteller Ion Creangă.
In addition, the city is the center of an area in the north of Neamț County where there are approximately 20 Orthodox monasteries, some of important artistic and cultural value, such as Văratec, Agapia or Secu. Târgu has a population of about 20,000 inhabitants.