Church of Dealu Monastery
|Location||Viforâta, Dâmbovița County, Romania|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Nunnery|
|Architect(s)||Manolis of Niaesia|
|Founder||Radu IV the Great|
|Groundbreaking||26 August 1499|
|Materials||Carved stone, brick|
The church of the monastery is dedicated to Saint Nicholas.
Dealu Monastery narthex is considered one of the largest funerary spaces in the country, here being buried several voivodes, princes and clergymen. In chronological order, those buried at Dealu Monastery are:
- Vlad II Dracul (cca. 1390–1447), Prince of Wallachia
- Vladislav II (d. 1456), Prince of Wallachia
- Radu IV cel Mare (1467–1508), Prince of Wallachia
- Vlad V cel Tânăr (1488–1512), Prince of Wallachia
- Radu VI Bădica (d. 1524), Prince of Wallachia
- Vlad VII Înecatul (d. 1532), Prince of Wallachia
- Head of Mihai Viteazul (1558–1601), Prince of Wallachia
- Mihail Movilă (d. 1608), Prince of Moldavia
- Dumitru, Cornelia (2 July 2014). "Mănăstirea Dealu (Dâmbovița), locul unde se află capul lui Mihai Viteazul". Agerpres (in Romanian).
- "Elementele arhitecturale specifice bisericii Mănăstirii Dealu". Mănăstirea Dealu (in Romanian).
- "Manastirea Dealu". CrestinOrtodox.ro (in Romanian).
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