Upon your arrival at the Agapia Monastery, you can take the opportunity to visit the memorial house Alexandru Vlahuță, which was inaugurated at the national museum in 1958. Until you find it, you can enjoy on a narrow, picturesque road and on both sides of the road, you can see the nuns’ houses. At first glance, the house of the great writer looks like any other, with a Romanian architecture specific to the area, but the objects it shelters take you on the footsteps of Romanian creation and literature. In the showcases, editions of the works written by Alexandru Vlahuță are exhibited. The big hall is the place where the writer met up with his writer friends photographs with him, his family and friends who were also writers being displayed here. The exhibition also includes original furniture, magazines from that period, letters, personal items. From the stories of the nuns, in the porch of the house is where literary cenacles took place.