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Poienarii Burchii

The village is attested from September 21, 1594, on the the former estate "Poeana" of Mrs. Stanca, wife of Mihai Viteazul, it was worshiped by her to the Sinopetra Monastery of Mount Athos in 1594.

 

The legend has it that on the locality has stopped a shepherd named Burchii Poienaru, who had children,  and they migrate to the areas which later took their names, the names of villages becoming Poienarii Burchianti, Poienarii Rali and Poienarii Vechi .

Here, you can visit the Pissiota monastery which dates from 1928-1929.

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The Pissiota Monastery
The Pissiota Monastery

founded between 1928-1929 by the man of a selected culture, engineer Nicolae Pisiota (1860-1940) and his wife Zoe Pissiota (1868-1940)

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