Voroneţ Monastery, called „Sistine Chapel of the East”, is a medieval monastic complex built in the village of Voroneţ, today a part of Gura Humorului. The monastery is 36 km away from Suceava and only 4 km from the center of Gura Humorului. It is one of the most valuable foundations of Stephen the Great (1457-1504). The church was built in 1488 in only 3 months and 3 weeks, which is a record for that time.
Of small proportions, with a trilobate plan, with a tower with a Moldavian vault on the nave, the church is one of the few monuments of religious architecture in northern Moldavia, which preserves its original form. In 1547 Metropolitan Grigore Roşca, the cousin of Petru Rares, initiated the addition of a closed porch, for which he adopted a unique solution, in which architecture is visibly subordinated to the painted decoration: the west wall of the porch is a full wall without any opening, as well as the painting of the outer walls, from the foundation to the eaves, works that gave the building a great glow.
The Voroneţ Monastery was included on the List of Historical Monuments of Suceava County in 2015, with classification code SV-II-a-A-05675 and consisting of 4 objectives: 
The Neamt fortress (known improperly as Neamţ Fortress) is a medieval fortress in Moldavia, situated on the northwestern edge of Târgu Neamţ (in northeastern Romania). It is located on the rock of Timus on the Pleşu Culms (also called Cetatea Dealul) at an altitude of 480 m and at a height of 80 m from the level of Neamţ water. From here, they watched the valley of Moldova and the Siret, as well as the road that crossed the mountain in Transylvania.
The Neamt Fortress was part of the fortification system built in Moldova at the end of the 14th century, when the Ottoman danger appeared. The medieval fortification system consisted of fortified settlements (royal courtyards, high-rise monasteries, and strategically important citadels) for defense purposes, reinforced with stone walls, earth waves or deep grooves.
The fortress was built at the end of the 14th century by Peter I, was fortified in the fifteenth century by Stephen the Great and destroyed in the eighteenth century (1718) by the order of the prince Mihai Racovita.
The Neamt Fortress was included on the List of Historical Monuments in Neamt County in 2015, with classification code NT-II-m-A-10707. 
Chilia lui Daniil Sihastrul este o grotă săpată într-o stâncă de pe valea pârâului Vițău, în care a viețuit ca pustnic Cuviosul Daniil Sihastrul. Ea se află la o distanță de circa 1 km de Mănăstirea Putna (județul Suceava).
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