Voroneţ Monastery ♰
The Sistine Chapel of the East
At only 4 km from Gura Humorului in Bucovina, nort-east of Romania, Voroneţ Monastery, remain like 533 years ago with the colours so vivid and full of life. It is an wonder, a masterpiece in art.
Voroneţ Monastery is probably the most famous painted monastery in Bucovina and very often called the Sistine Chapel of the East due to the beautiful frescoes and the unique blue color still very present. One of the most exquisite „The Last Judgement” exterior fresco on the walls of a Christian-Orthodox Monastery in Romania (UNESCO site) is painted on Voroneţ Monastery.
The blue of Voroneţ
The church of the Monastery of Voronet was built in just a couple of months, in 1488, by Stephen the Great, the most popular prince of Moldavia, after one of his victories against the Ottoman armies. This was a common practice of the prince who promoted an architecture known as the Moldavian style. Exquisite testimonies of their painters’ talent, the frescoes of Voroneţ conserve a centuries-old secret. The distinct Voroneţ blue color is unique in the world, and its composition is almost impossible to replicate today.
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