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Râu de Mori is a village in Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania.


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Râu de Mori Orthodox Church
  • 1 Râu de Mori Orthodox Church (Biserica Ortodoxă Duminica Tuturor Sfinților). Built from stone in the 15th century by the knyaz family Cândea.
Colț Church
  • 2 Colț Monastery (Mănăstirea Colț). The church was built between 1310 and 1315 and stands out with two particular elements: first, the location of a tower over the shrine and second, the remains of mural painting inside. It is one of the first attested monasteries in Romania.
  • 3 Colț Citadel (Cetatea Colț). The citadel was built in the 14th century by the Cândea family. Because of the appearance of the citadel and toponymy of the places, it is assumed that these would have inspired the novel "The Castle in the Carpathians" by Jules Verne. The citadel is in a state of increased degradation, being practically a ruin.







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