Peri Monastery is located near the village Sapanta. It is a traditional monastery, founded by princes Dragosesti time on an old Hermitage, the patron saint wear Arghanghel Michael.
Balcu then ruler and drag (Dragos Voda's grandchildren) have given the monastery land and property so that in 1391 built a stone church. It is elevated to the patriarchal jurisdiction over churches Stavropighie in eight provinces and over 312 years here has been based Romanian Orthodox Diocese of Maramures. During this period Sapanta-Peri served as the residence of many bishops including Joseph Stoica, later canonized by the Holy Synod in 1992 with the name of Saint Joseph of Maramures Confessor celebrated on 24 April.
Merry Cemetery, is considered a true open air museum. Located in the village, the parish church, the museum comprises eight monuments of folk art. Created in 1935, became unique because craftsman Stan Patras John.
Since 1934, craftsman one epitaph put crosses on graves, a short poem written in first person, slightly ironic, giving new meaning to death. Each cross is a representation made in vivid colors, which narrates life and even cause death deceased. The creator of this cemetery has humor and composed his own epitaph to carve and paint and now the cross marking the grave.
Currently, the crosses are made by Ion Stan Patras master followers. Over those 70 years, the cemetery had gathered more than 800 painted crosses.
House Master - more specifically, the memorial house of Stan Ioan Patras - a building located about 200 m from the Merry Cemetery, a side street.
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