All Saints' Antim Monastery

Bucharest, Romania
5 / 5
The current monastery, named after its founder, Metropolitan Antim Iviryanu. The monastery was built on the site of a wooden church in 1713-15. From the end of the 18th century, a priestly school began to operate at the monastery. In the middle of the 20th century, all monks were arrested, and the monastery itself was dissolved. The restoration was carried out in the 60s. thanks to the initiative of the hierarchs of the Romanian church.
All Saints' Antim Monastery
Address:Strada Mitropolit Antim Ivireanul 29, București
Phone:+40 31 417 8078


Beautiful architecture. Hidden gem of Bucharest. Very peaceful at the same time. Having walls surrounding the monastery makes you feel like you arrived in a forest, having all the sounds of the city disappear all of a sudden.


A wonderful experience which transports you back in time, a legacy of past times when faith and traditional culture were at its best


It is a miracle that wasn't destroyed during communism regime.


Great place to see for people who are passionate about history and religion.


Nice place to go


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