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Mizil

In Mizil you can visit the church of St. John (1857), the Church of the Assumption (1865), the historical monument of Grigore Tocilescu, born here and the Holy Trinity Church (1828) in Fefelei, two triptychs (probably from 1816), the Cross made of foam limestone (1822) from the Vlad Tepes street, the Monument of the Heroes by the sculptor Ioan Iordanescu in 1921 and dedicated to the soldiers of the 72 Infantry Regiment from Mizil, who fell in the 1916-1917 campaign.

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The Church of
The Church of

The oldest monument of Mizil 

The church of St. John
The church of St. John

built by 1857, with the help of Ion Cantacuzino 

The Church of Assumption
The Church of Assumption

built in 1865 by Iordache Ruset

What to do in Mizil

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Where to stay in Mizil

Where to have fun in Mizil

ALEXANDRA

Restaurant românesc şi internaţional
Adresa: Str. Blajului, Nr. 17
Telefon: 0244.252.699
Program: zilnic 8:00-24:00

Where to have fun in Mizil

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