Romanian part of the historical region of Bukovina
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Southern Bukovina is the part of historical Bukovina now in Romania. It consists of the Suceava county.

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Map of Southern Bukovina

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The region is famous for its Painted Monasteries - some of them listed as UNESCO world heritage sites.

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By planeEdit

The Romanian airline Tarom has daily domestic flights from Bucharest to Suceava (SCV IATA).

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  • Eight churches (seven in Bukovina) in the region make up the World Heritage site "Churches of Moldavia":
  • 1 Putna Monastery (Mănăstirea Putna).    
  • 2 Hermit Daniil's Cave (Chilia lui Daniil Sihastrul).  
  • 3 Moldovița Monastery (Mănăstirea Moldovița).    
  • 4 Sucevița Monastery (Mănăstirea Sucevița).    
  • 5 Dragomirna Monastery (Mănăstirea Dragomirna).    
  • 6 Arbore Church (Biserica Arbore).    
  • 7 Church of the Holy Cross, Pătrăuți (Biserica Înălțarea Sfintei Cruci, Pătrăuți).    

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The road to Borsa (no. 18) is catastrophic. It is full with holes, so unless you really need to travel, choose another direction. For a distance of 25 km, you can go at the maximum of 20 km/hour. Also, with motorcycles you really need to choose another direction.

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