Ieud attractions

Church in Ieud

Ieud Graeco-Catholic Church

This wooden church, built in 1717, is now Graeco-Catholic in denomination. It has no porch, a unique characteristic for this region, and the church houses one of the largest collections of icons on glass found in th…
Church in Ieud

Ieud Orthodox Church

This 17th-century wooden church is where the Ieud Codex, a document dating from 1391–92 and considered to be the oldest example of written Romanian, was found in 1921. The church has a freestanding belfry.
Museum in Ieud

Ethnographic Museum

This tiny museum contained in two traditional Maramureş cottages is across the bridge from Ieud's Graeco-Catholic church.