Jewish victims of the pogrom at Jassy (Moldavia) perpetrated by Romanian and German soldiers in June 1941. The fascist Romanian regime followed policies similar to its allies: to kill or assist German units in killing Jews and Gypsies in the territories of Bessarabia, Northern Bukovina and Transnistria, occupied jointly by Romanian and German armies. In Romania itself, the regime resisted German pressures to deport Jews.
Sucevița Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox convent situated in NE Romania, S Bukovina. It was built in 1585.The architecture contains both Byzantine and Gothic elements, and some elements typical to other painted churches of N Moldavia. Both interior and exterior walls are covered by mural paintings, which are of great artistic value and depict biblical episodes from the Old Testament. The paintings date from 1601. #romania #unesco
Sucevița Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox convent situated in the Northeastern part of Romania. It is situated near the Suceviţa River, in the village Sucevița, 18 km away from the city of Rădăuţi, Suceava County. It is located in the southern part of the historical region of Bukovina (northwestern Moldavia)