Area Voinesti further contains a wide variety of churches and ancient archaeological remains (Bronze Age necropolis) old houses (architectural monuments sec. XIX), Cross of stone monuments (sec. XVIII), Triptych monuments, museums, but and places of great historical (Buliman's creek, wooden church from Oncesti, etc).
We list below a number of monuments to be seen:
Also in this area we find a lot of old churches, most are renovated in the twentieth century, they work ceaselessly in the last few hundred years and is a haven for thousands of great souls who have crossed the threshold and found solace in turn, joy, hope in everyday life. The most interesting remains for many famous wooden church from Oncesti, built in 1814 so simple, but so beautiful in its simplicity, a fresco of the Romanian soul of this region.
The church dedicated to St. Archangels, Pious Paraskevi and Annunciation - Tabaci St. Arch. Michael and Gabriel, Annunciation, St. Ven. Paraskeva
Details: Built around 1796
The church dedicated to All Saints Sunday - Gemenea-Brătulești Sunday of All Saints, St. Filofteia, St. Nicholas, St. John Botezătoru, St. Haralambos
Details: Built around 1868
The church dedicated to All Saints Sunday - Oncești All Saints Sunday, St. John
Architectural style: Wood
Details: Built around 1814
Onceşti wooden church, Voinesti is 200 years old.
It dates from 1814, is dedicated to "All Saints Sunday" and "Saint John" and presented documentaries and special artistic value because of its wooden construction. The church is stated on the new list of historical monuments in Dambovita County. Therefore local authorities have taken all the steps necessary and managed to obtain European funding for the rehabilitation of the little church of wood, the "rehabilitation, restoration and tourism Wooden Church Onceşti modernization and creation of infrastructure and related utilities' money being sources Europe. Already started the project and aims to modernize and create related utilities that objective, historical monument of category In order to convert Voinesti a tourist attraction. For this the authorities have caught the modernization project and the village road, which connects to the national historical monument. The project implementation period is 16 months. The first objective was visited Onceşti wooden church. The church is important and by fragments of paintings that still keeps proving use of blue paint paints other than normal for this period. Blue blue here brings somewhat used to the churches in northern Moldavia (eg Voroneţ church). Restoration Church will increase the number of tourists in time and ultimately increase revenue area.
The church dedicated to St. Helen - Manga St. Constantin and Elena
Details: Built around 1869
Re-consecration of the parish church dedicated to St. Constantine and Helena in Voinesti, Manga village, jud. Dambovita
Adventist Church - Manga
The church dedicated to Ascension - Mânjina Ascension, St. Nicholas
Details: Built around 1883-1885
The church dedicated to the Assumption - Voinești Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Sf. Nicholas, Sf. Haralambos
Details: Built around 1857
The church dedicated to St. Archangels - Suduleni St. Arch. Michael and Gabriel
Details: Built around 1877
The church dedicated to St. Archangels - Izvoarele St. Arch. Michael and Gabriel
Details: Built around 1780
Evangelical Church - Gemenea-Brătuleşti
Evangelical Church - Izvoarele
Evangelical Church - Voinești
Back to top
Iosefina Matei house - Voinești (sec. XIX)
Stan Oancea house - Oncești (sec. XIX)
Sidonia Oprea house - Voinești (sec. XIX, year 1874)
NEW HOUSES AND OTHER BUILDINGS
Village Hospital (1905)
Crucifix - Manga
Heroe's Monument - Voinești
Stone crosses (pretty much) as triptychs in this area have a special significance in the history of the Romanian people, namely commemorate an important event in the life of the community: a battle, a more specific law, a family of rulers with roots in that place or simply a donor in this region etc.
It notes that since the mid-seventeenth century, the number of crosses that were intended to affirm the presence of these donors has been steadily increasing. This was linked to the social prestige that gave him lifting a cross, almost like foundation prestigious churches and fountains. In many cases both crosses and crucifixes had time and a utility role orientation, being used as a benchmark to guide the village. The reasons were that these crosses and crucifixes are ornate geometric and less artistic.
Stone Cross - Gemenea-Brătulești (1712)
Stone Cross of Michael the Brave - Voinești (1596)
Stone Cross - Izvoarele (1742)
Constantin Brancoveanu's Cross - Manga (1695)
Stone Cross - Mânjina, in front of a house, Gheorghe Nițescu (1742)
Stone Cross - Oncești, next to the church (1719)
Stone Cross - Oncești, Bar's valley (1718)
Necropolis - bronze age - Manga, near the church
Necropolis - early bronze age - Izvoarele, springs resort fruit tree, the left side of Dambovita in the garden resort
Settlement "Stronghold" - - Voineşti, Burlanesti district in the farmyard tree, the left bank of the Dambovita (Sec. II-Roman times)
Settlement "Stronghold" -Voineşti, Burlanesti district in the farmyard tree, the left bank of the Dambovita (Sec. VIII-X, the early medieval era)
Earth castle "Stronghold" - Voineşti, Burlanesti district in the farmyard tree, the left bank of the Dambovita (Sec. VI-VII period of migrations)
Lately occurred and several trails enduro trails which link the presence of extreme sports and relief conditions in the area that are excellent for this sport. Another sport that has developed lately is motocross and mountain biking on rough roads. Hills and forests are ideal for these sports area and attract young people from both villages and in urban areas (Targoviste, Campulung, Pitesti etc).
Back to top
The tourist routes in the area may include both churches and monuments, but also places great emotional (ancient historical sites) even if they are not in a very good condition. In addition they must not be forgotten and a number of very old houses, preserved quite well and we can show the lifestyle of the inhabitants of these lands.
Route no. 1
The church dedicated to Saints Constantine and Helena - Manga
The church dedicated to Ascension - Mânjina
The church dedicated to the Holy Archangels - Suduleni
Hospital village - Voinești
Iosefina Matei house - Voinești<
The church dedicated to the Assumption, St. Nicholas and St. Haralambos - Voinești
Heroe's Monument- Voinești
Route no. 2
The church dedicated to St. Archangels, Annunciation and Pious Paraskevi - Tabaci
Stone Cross of Michael the Brave - Gemenea-Brătulești
The church dedicated to All Saints Sunday - Gemenea-Brătulești
Stone Cross - Gemenea-Brătulești
Wooden Church dedicated to All Saints Sunday - Oncești
Feast Voinesti is December 6th. As in other villages and this celebration is an opportunity for popular song and dance involving the entire community, and invited other districts, the artistic bands flaunting Track the occasion and both costumes, and teaching in the dance and folk
Other important days of commune Annual Flower Fair, St. Nicholas and Mărului Festival..
Annual Fair Flowers Fair and Easter is a traditional holiday in the area where households display their culinary achievements in the field of cheese, which shows the range for spring planting and where people meet and exchange views related villages of spring field works orchards and gardens so desired all year to bring crops.
Apple Festival usually takes place around the feast of Michael and Gabriel, that on the eve date 8 November.
On this occasion, hundreds of merchants from the Voineşti proudly display their products made in households: cheese, fruit, vegetables, honey and bee products certified, brandy and wines, handicrafts and last but not least, apples specific area, from the famous Beautiful Voineşti. The atmosphere will be complemented by traditional food at these celebrations, namely grill, small and jerky.
Voinesti, which is a brand of fruit growing and Romanian Dâmboviţa, may be a rural area for the development of rural tourism and agrotourism due to the presence of traditional rural settlements, houses and farms, traditional architecture, folk art, folk events agricultural habits. Over the year as in other common religious holidays are observed and the Romanians and of course the traditions of these celebrations. All these celebrations and observances are present so young, and the elderly and tourists or guests may participate incidentally passing through villages. Youth worth noting the investment in High Technology from Voineşti which will give a new impetus to lift preparation of young people in horticulture, particularly apple crop.
Search the site
Where to find us
The weather in Vulcana-Băi
Local Tourist Information and Promotion Center Vulcana-Băi
Vlad Țepeș street, no. 11
Vulcana-Băi, Dâmbovița, 137535,