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The St. John the Baptist Wooden Church, Vulpeni, PrisacaCod 1640

The wooden church in Prisaca, dedicated to St. John the Baptist is one of the oldest places in Olt County, is included in the list of historical monuments. The church dates from 1865, having a completely wooden structure. John the Baptist was born in the city of Orini, in the family of priest Zacharias. Elizabeth, […]

The Romano Boyar Mansion, PleșoiuCod 1639

In 1962, within the Mansion Romano began operating the Auxiliary School for children who could not cope with the normal curriculum. The mansion was executed by the famous architect Cerchez in neo-Romanian style in 1920. The total constructed area is of 1,500 sqm, the court has 9 ha. The house is positioned within a 1.5 […]

“Holy Voivodes” Church, PleșoiuCod 1638

Church of the Holy Voivodes in Pleșoiu was built in 1734 as the foundation of Radu and Dumitraşco Plesvianu. The main changes brought to the sanctuary aimed the repainting from 1850, 1945 and 1994. Every year, on November 8th, the Church honors the Synaxis of Michael and Gabriel and of all Heavenly powers of those […]

The Cemetery with Triptychs, PietrișCod 1637

For hundreds of years it is customary that, at the graves of the dead, to be put a wooden cross of St. Nicholas, Jesus Christ, St. George or the Virgin Mary, depending on who was placed at the bedside: man, woman or child. These crosses, often painted in bright colors, are called by locals “triptychs” […]

Church of St. Paraskeva, Spineni, OptășaniCod 1636

Church of wood from Optăşani is dedicated to “Saint Paraskeva” and is dated from 1911. In the cemetery behind the church is a church chapel raised from the previous church’s beams that retain sculpture, decorative details, and inscriptions fragments of interest. In the Optăşani cemetery is still kept a wooden chapel built around an ancient […]

The Căluiu Monastery, ObogaCod 1635

The first documentary attestation of the monastery refers to the building work started in 1515, during the reign of the ruler Neagoe Basarab (1512-1521), the founders being Vlad Banul (grandfather of the three brothers Buzeşti), Dumitru Pircalab and Balica Spătarul. The masonry work have been resumed by the end of the sixteenth century by the […]

St. Nicholas Church, ObogaCod 1634

St. Nicholas Church in Oboga was built in 1795 under his being founded by Dinică Agentoianu, having at the base on a wooden structure. In 1859, the sanctuary was built under the direction of Catinca Argentoianu being registred in the list of the historical monuments of Olt County. Saint Nicholas is celebrated on 6 December. […]

The St. Paraskevi Wooden Church, Tătulești, MomaiuCod 1633

The wooden church, dedicated to St. Paraskevi in Momaiu dates from the eighteenth century, being registred in the list of the historical monuments of the county Olt. The place of worship was moved from the place where he was originally raised as the position became almost inaccessible to the villagers. It was built on concrete […]

„The Holy Apostles” Church, Strejești, MamuraCod 1632

“The Holy Apostles” Church in Mamura was built in the period 1818 – 1820, based on a wooden structure. The foundation belongs to Preda Căpitanu. The most important renovations brought to the sanctuary involved the rebuilding in 1852, and total repair from1904 and 1940. Saint Apostle Peter – son of Jona and brother of the […]

The Mansion Paul Lazăr, LiiceniCod 1631

The Mansion Paul Lazăr was built in neo-Romanian style, with a ground floor, storey and a patio, where the owner can better follow everything that happen to his estate. The Mansion was built of brick and covered with galvanized, and was placed in a superb landscape that architect Riri Delavrancea-Gibory, has harnessed : conservatories, solariums, […]