For centuries, in Moldova, especially in the north, there were erected an archipelago of wooden Orthodox churches, monasteries and a series of single monastic complexes carved in the rocky banks of the Dniester and Raut. Monasteries can be seen in more than 30 localities of Moldova.
dis. Calarasi, v. Hirjauca
dis. Sîngerei, v. Bocancea-Schit
mun. Comrat, c. Ceadir-Lunga
dis. Basarabeasca, v. Sadaclia
mun. Chisinau, c. Chişinău, Center
dis. Calarasi, v. Frumoasa
dis. Nisporeni, v. Bursuc
dis. Ocnita, v. Calarasovca
As the local convent was the only functioning monastery in the Soviet period Japca village (about 160 km north of..
dis. Floresti, v. Japca
One of the oldest monasteries in the Republic of Moldova is the Orthodox Holy Assumption Monastery Capriana. It is..
dis. Straseni, v. Capriana
On a hill 60 km from Chisinau between the villages Gyrbovets and Hodzhineshty at the Ichel River, a friary has stood..
dis. Calarasi, v. Hirbovat
dis. Ialoveni, v. Horesti
The monastery complex is situated in a picturesque valley on the right bank of the Dniester River, near the village of..
dis. Rezina, v. Saharna
dis. Straseni, v. Tiganesti
Nativity and St. Dimitry convent is located in the village of Varzaresti, Nisporeni district.
dis. Nisporeni, v. Vărzăreşti
dis. Causeni, v. Chitcani
dis. Drochia, v. Nicoreni