1. Donici Village. The tour of the House Museum of Alexandru Donici. 2. Archaeological Site Orheiul Vechi – “The place of 1001 mystery” We visit here: Ruins of the city Seihr al-Gedid of the Golden Horde (XIII-XIV c.); Ruins of the medieval fortress Orhei with the traces of Commander’s Palace- XV c.; Cave Monastery “The Assumption of the Virgin” place of worship for monks, built in XIII-XVI century. Healing Cross where many people come to pray to the God of mercy and charity; Church “The Assumption of the Virgin”; Traces of the Geto-Dacian fortress; Museum “Court of Peasant” (XIX c.); Landscaped reserve “Trebujeni”. 3. Curchi Monastery considered one of the most beautiful and famous of Bessarabia. Tourists visit: The Cathedral “Naşterea Măicii Domnului” dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin (1872), it was built in baroque style, inspired by the church of St. Andrew in Kiev, which was designed by Italian architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli. The cathedral has the highest dome in Moldova, rising to a height of 57 meters The Church of St. Nicolas, built in Byzantine style. The store of the monastery.
TIPS FOR TOURISTS
• The complexity of the trip: with bus and walking • There will be a 3-5 km walk through the village and the relief • Have Convenient Clothing and Footwear • Be prepared to visit the monasteries with the strictest decent dress code