Solca Monastery

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Solca Monastery, code LMI SV-II-aA-05645. A monument of national importance, with the church dedicated to the “Holy Apostles Peter and Paul”, located in the village with the same name (44 km distance from Suceava and 21.5 km from Rădăuți), on Tomșa Vodă Street.
The church, with a trefoil plan, with a porch, a narthex, a tomb room (above which is the secret or treasure room), a nave and an altar, was built by voivod Ștefan Tomșa II (1612-1615; 1621-1623).
In 1614 the construction of the monastery was completed, and in 1622 the enclosure wall was built. Thus, from an architectural point of view, the Solca monastery resembles Dragomirna.

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