The "Annunciation" Church
Piatra Neamț, Romania
The Annunciation Church in Piatra-Neamț was built between 1779-1787 from wooden beams, arranged horizontally and "ended" in a dovetail, on a stone foundation and covered with thatch.
In 1999, the church was relocated from Bistrița (a neighboring locality), under the care of Archimandrite Ciprian Zaharia, the abbot of the Bistriţa Monastery, on the Cozla hill, to a place where the "Draga Hermitage" was located in the past, but which burned.
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