Radu Vodă Monastery is a 16th century Romanian Orthodox monastery on the banks of the Dambovita River. Renovated and expanded several times since its origins, it retains the original 53m high belfry. Highlights include the Baroque iconostasis, frescoes by Gheorghe Tattarescu, and tomb of founder Prince Radu Mihnea.
Strada Radu Vodă 24A, București 040275, Romania
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