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Our last visit on the TE gathering in Romania was late Sunday afternoon to this beatiful Cozia Monastery.

This capture of the old munk and the priest as they had a little talk just by the entrance to the church. Later on I had in fact the oportunity to have a talk myself with this Orthodox priest. Interesting meeting then between an Orthodox of Romania and a Protestant from Norway ;-)

For this photo (with some noise) I think the BW conversion was the right choice. Hope you like it.

Cozia Monastery was completed in 1390, but only the main church has survived from this period. Built by Serbian architects, it is modeled on the monasteries of the Morava Valley. The Serbian style was introduced in Wallachia by a monk called Nicodemus.

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Additional Photos by Jack R Johanson (jrj) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4546 W: 497 N: 7438] (34841)
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