Baia Calugarilor6 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Strada Kissomlyó, Miercurea Ciuc, Romania
- Tags: Family And Kids, Monastery , Cathedral
Baia CÃƒlugÃƒrilor literally means ‘The Monk’s Bath’ in Romanian language. The cathedral and the monastery in its vicinity used to be a very popular destination for pilgrims and hundreds of thousands of Catholics from Sumuleu would visit it frequently. There are several springs of mineral water on the territory behind the cathedral and the monastery, and these form the monk’s bath. A garden was built around, mainly for the pilgrims who would travel from near and far. This place featured several characteristics: A dark mirrored bathroom, foot baths, shallow buildings, trails, fences, gates, ornamented with sacred signs and paintings representing the Holy Virgin and Saint Francis. Though little of it is left now, this place still has a wonderful aura, and the surroundings are picturesque.
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