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Interior of the Frumoasa Monastery in Moldova. In 1994, Frumoasa Monastery was restored and reopened. Today, one of the restored buildings hosts a museum, which keeps old church books and invaluable icons that were scrupulously kept by the inhabitants between the wars and then returned to the monastery. The other hall of the museum is dedicated to folk creation.
Church of Arbore dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, Moldavia ~ UNESCO World Heritage List (built 1503-1541)
Interior of the Red Monastery. Červený Kláštor (Red Monastery) is a medieval monastery located in Slovakia. It is located near the village of Červený Kláštor within the Pieniny Mountains, next to the Dunajec River. The monastery suffered a fire in 1907 and was heavily damaged during the Second World War, but after being rebuilt in 1956–66 it was opened again and serves as a museum.