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1. The wooden church

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Short Description: The church in the village of Abucea, built in the 17th century, has the patron saint of Paraschiva.

2. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Abuş, from Mica commune, Mureş County, dates back to the 18th century, being moved to the current location on a nearby hill in 1883.

3. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Acmariu was moved to the monastic complex of St. John the Baptist in Alba Iulia. It was brought to Acmariu locality in Blandiana, Alba County. It was built in 1768, being altered over time.

4. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church "Saint Dumitru" in Adâncata is an Orthodox church built at the end of the 18th century in the village of Adâncata in the village of the same name, which is located in Suceava County.

5. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church dedicated to St. Archangels Michael and Gavriil (St. Voivodes) of Agafton Monastery was built in 1747 in the village of Agafton in the commune of Curteşti, Botosani County.

6. The wooden church

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Short Description: The "Holy Trinity" church is located in the village of Agârbiciu, Căpuş village. The wooden church from Agârbiciu, Căpuşu Mare commune, Cluj County, dates from the 17th century.

7. Biserica de lemn

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Short Description: he wooden church in Ticu, Aghireşu commune, Cluj County, dates back to 1641 and has the patron saint "The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul".

8. Biserica de lemn

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Short Description: The Aghiresu-Fabrici wooden church, Aghireşu commune, Cluj County, dates back to the 18th century and has the birth of "The Nativity of the Mother of God".

9. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church dedicated to "The Assumption of the Mother of God" is located on the hill in the northern part of the village of Agrişul Mic.

10. The wooden church

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Short Description: The Romanian wooden church in Aiton, Aiton, Cluj, was demolished on September 29, 1903, when the current Greek-Catholic church was erected.

11. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church dated 1770 was relocated from the village of Subpiatra, Bihor

12. A wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church, a historical monument dedicated to the "Holy Angels" in Alimpeşti, was built at the beginning of the 19th century.

13. The wooden church

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Short Description: The church "Saint Archangels Michael and Gabriel" dates back to the 18th century. It is made of wood, and the shape of the walls represents a ship .

14. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Almaşu Mic, Pestişu Mic commune, Hunedoara County, in an advanced stage of ruin, was erected in 1624.

15. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church in the village of Almaşu Mic de Munte, Balsa commune, Hunedoara County, was built in the 17th century. It is dedicated to the "Archangels Michael and Gabriel".

16. Biserica de lemn

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Short Description: The 18th-century wooden church that we find in Alun

17. The wooden church

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Short Description: It was built between 1812-1813 by Belu Ştefan logothete in Alunişu village, Spineni commune.

18. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church of Amarasti is located in the Salistea cathedral in Amarasti, in the county of Valcea. The church was built between 1766 and 1767 and has a "Saint Nicholas" patrimony.

19. The wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church in Anghelesti, Rugineşti commune was built in 1757 and is a historical monument. It is known as Angheleşti Hermitage or Calugarean Hermitage.

20. A wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church "Cuvioasa Paraschiva" from Valea Aninişului, Crasna commune, Gorj county, was built in 1800.