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|Location||Schitu Hadâmbului, Iaşi County, Romania|
|Affiliation||Romanian Orthodox Church|
Located 30 km (19 mi) southwest of the city of Iaşi, the monastery, dedicated in 1659, was built by the Greek cellarer Iani Hadâmbul on a place donated to him by Prince Gheorghe Ghica. Left in ruin for many years, the monastery was reopened in 1990.
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