The Great Synagogue in Gura Humorului is an Ashkenazi synagogue built in 1860. This Neo-Romanesque brick building still serves as a synagogue. The synagogue is a rectangular building with eight semicircular windows on the facade. The women's section is located on the west side of the building on the second floor and separated by pilasters from the prayer hall, which are evident on the facades.
The church of Voroneţ Monastery is the foundation of the celebrated ruler Stephen the Great and the Saint, built in 1488 in only three months and three weeks. The exterior frescoes were added later, during Petru Rares ruling, in 1547. It is dedicated to the Great Saint Martyr George, the carrier of victory. The church of Voronet monastery is considered "The Sistine Chapel of the Orient" for the great fresco covering the whole western wall - the Last Judgement. The BLUE of Voronet, the dominant colour in the exterior painting is considered by specialists as being unique in the world just like Rubens's red and Veronese's green.
The church with the patron Saint John the Baptist's Beheading from the village of Arbore is the foundation of the noble Luca Arbore, from 1503, during Stephen the Great ruling. The exterior paintings were made in 1541, on a green background. Here the painters used 5 shadows and 47 nuances, in combination with red, blue, yellow, pink and ochre. The recipe of the colours used for the frscoes is still unknown, the secret of the vegetal colours and of their combinations was buried with the Moldavian painters.