St. Paraskeva Church in wood: UNESCO monument dated 1604, which is why very interesting painting unprecedented in Romania.
St. George new church, a building that many consider it a cathedral, after the greatness that is required. Here people are very faithful, no celebration is not the church full of people dressed in costumes. Has a history similar to Master Manole Monastery, where he sacrificed a lifetime.
Hebrew Cemetery - Jews were buried here in 1900 who were suffering from leprosy. The village houses are still found Jews who live in the locals.
Weaving workshops where women weave traditional wool and make clothes for men and children to wear them on holiday.
Old wooden houses where the elderly live. When you enter a house was old, the man invites you to the table, gives you a glass of horinca, you put a bowl on the table with the horn, pancove and its best home.
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- Local cuisine
- Churches and monasteries