This tiny church, dating from 1800, is the highlight of Ţara Chioarului. It contains some faint interior paintings of St Nicholas to the left of the vaulted ceiling and the Holy Trinity in the centre.
One of the most magnificent churches in the Maramureş region, with a 54m-high steeple and splendid wall and ceiling paintings.
This museum consists of both a series of rooms tracing the life and work of the priest/reformer Vasile Lucaciu (left) and the house where he lived for almost three decades (right).
A Unesco-listed church dating from the late 18th century, it has a towering steeple and fine paintings of Christ's Passion, Adam and Eve and the Archangels Michael and Gabriel.
This delightful tall church next to the bus stop in the centre of the Valea Chioarului village has some decent interior wall paintings.
This church dates from 1861 and has an unusually bulbous steeple, almost like an onion dome with a pointed top.