Another story about history and spirituality
The Bison Land, a place full of mystery, is also home to old-style places of worship. Old-style religious communities are among the most numerous in the country and preserve their ancestral traditions intact. Travelling back in history, the writings say that in 1924, when the Romanian Orthodox Church introduced the Gregorian calendar, some priests and faithful chose to continue celebrating holidays according to the old Julian calendar, so that the old-style places of worship appeared. The Bison Land is the place where the first old-style church was built in Romania, the church of “Saints Constantine and Helen” in Vânători-Neamț.