At the Sinaia Monastery in the Prahova Valley in Romania, home to less than 20 Christian Orthodox monks, there are two churches, an old (biserica veche) and a new (biserica mare). Both the town and the monastery (completed in 1695) were named after Mount Sinai.
Today I show you the newer, The Great Church, built between 1842 and 1846.
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Sinaia, Romania, 2011
This is my contribution to ABC Wednesday where S is the letter of the week.