Chernivtsi Holidays


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Chernivtsi Holidays

Just over six centuries old, Chernivtsi was once the main city of Bukovina in old Moldavia (now Moldova). It belonged to the Habsburg Empire in the 19th century, when much of the city's ornate architecture was built, and after WWI become temporarily part of Romania. Today the city remains the 'capital' of the unofficial Bukovina region and visitors can’t help but be impressed with the Romanesque and Byzantine architecture of the National University founded in 1875. With its pretty pastel-coloured 19th century buildings, stunning churches from many denominations and elegant café culture – don’t miss spending time in this gem of a Central European city from the Habsburg Empire.

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