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Charterhouse (monastery)         
  • Grande Chartreuse
MONASTERY OF THE ORDER OF SAINT BRUNO
A charterhouse (; ; ; ; ) is a monastery of Carthusian monks. The English word is derived by phono-semantic matching from the French word chartreuse and it is therefore sometimes misunderstood to indicate that the houses were created by charter, a grant of legal rights by a high authority.
Matejče Monastery         
The Monastery of the Most Holy Mother of God (, Macedonian: Жеглиговски манастир), commonly known as Matejče (Матејче) or Matejić (Матејић), is a 14th-century Orthodox monastery located in the village of Matejče on the slopes of Skopska Crna Gora, near Skopje and Kumanovo. The village is inhabited by 89% Muslim Albanians and 10% Orthodox Serbs (2002 census).
Moldovița Monastery         
  • Frescoes
  • Front gate of the Moldovița Monastery photographed by [[Oliver Mark]], collection of the [[Bukovina Museum]], 2018
  • Frescoes
HERITAGE SITE IN SUCEAVA COUNTY, ROMANIA
Moldovita monastery; Moldovita Monastery; Moldoviţa Monastery
The Moldovița Monastery (Romanian: Mânăstirea Moldovița) is a Romanian Orthodox monastery situated in the commune of Vatra Moldoviței, Suceava County, Moldavia, Romania. The Monastery of Moldovița was built in 1532 by Petru Rareș, who was Stephen III of Moldavia's illegitimate son.

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Charterhouse (monastery)
A charterhouse (; ; ; ; ) is a monastery of Carthusian monks. The English word is derived by phono-semantic matching from the French word chartreuse and it is therefore sometimes misunderstood to indicate that the houses were created by charter, a grant of legal rights by a high authority.