Today I receive 9 postcards with diferente scenes of Romania.
Postcards sent by Sinaia Town Tourism Office. Thanks a lot!
We can see here Schitul Vovidenia.
This church was built in 1790. It is the site of the burial tomb of Smaranda Cuza, the mother of Alexandru Ioan Cuza. The original church was burned in the unrest of 1821 then renovated in 1851. Above the nave, a dome is supported by arches crossed in the traditional Moldovan style. There is a bell tower above the main dome, a smaller one above the altar and another above the porch added in 1901.