"These eight churches of northern Moldavia, built from the late 15th century to the late 16th century, their external walls covered in fresco paintings, are masterpieces inspired by Byzantine art. They are authentic and particularly well preserved. Far from being mere wall decorations, the paintings form a systematic covering on all the facades and represent complete cycles of religious themes.Their exceptional composition, the elegance of the characters, and the harmony of the colors blend perfectly with the surrounding countryside. The interior and exterior walls of the Church of the Suceviţa Monastery are entirely decorated with mural paintings of the 16th century, and this church is the only one to show a representation of the ladder of St John Climacus.
- Church of the Beheading of St John the Baptist of Arbore
- Church of the Assumption of the Virgin of the former Monastery of Humor
- Church of the Annunciation of the Monastery of Moldovita
- Church of the Holy Rood of Patrauti
- Church of St Nicholas and the Catholicon of the Monastery of Probota
- Church of St George of Suceava
- Church of St George of the former Voronet Monastery
Source: UNESCO World Heritage
Monastirea Moldovita - Romania. Thanks to Lenore of Germany.