CHURCH "INALTAREA DOMNULUI" (ASCENSION OF CHRIST) FROM MAILAT URICANI
It is a quadrangular building,with a large pentagonal apse.It was completely rebuilt between 1968-1970,and it has a walled bell tower with stylized pyramidal end,built above the Western entrance.Another acces point is found on it's southern part,being framed by two false sustainers.The roof is made entirely of plateing.The interior paintings were made by the pupils of the Popular Arts School in Bucharest in 1979.For the initial raising in 1931 fir logs were used,all the work being supervised by Nicolae Zugrav II,the work took place in 1870,the place being decorated in 1875,and it was opened on the 27 of May 1982.Prior to this,the village had another wooden church,built between 1790-1791 and painted between 1792-1806 by Nicolae Zugravu I, from Ramnicu Valcea.
CHURCH OF "ADORMIREA MAICII DOMNULUI" (DORMITION OF THE MOTHER OF GOD)
Between 2006 and 2010, the Church of "Adormirea Maicii Domnului" (the Dormition of the Mother of God) was built, a tri-cone plan building, with pentagonal apses, elevated by a central octagonal svelte steeple, on quadrangular base. In front of the single Western entry an open porch was propped, supported by eight columns. Built following to the plans of some well known architects,the church refers to the ancient Moldavian church founders in the time of Prince Stephen the Great and Holy.
CHURCH FROM CAMPU LUI NEAG
The curch of Campu lui Neag bears the name of the Holy Archangels Mihail and Gavril.It presents a triconic shape with three-sided polygonal apses.The pentagonal altar presents a small carving.The church is highened with four slim towers,disposed in the shape of a cross.The roof is made of plateing.The only entrance is on the Western side,here a small opening being built.The church was built between 1988 and 1992,with the "fresco" technique,being first opened in 1993.This followed a wood and brick building bearing the name of The Holy Ierarch Nicolae,built by the united Christian believers between 1890-1891.Where the old cemetery once stood,in the middle of which stood the church,a surface mining explitation was opened(a quarry),the village,as well as the church,being demolished by the communist regime,the cemetery being replaced.A lake now thrones over the old center of the city.The old church replaced a orthodox church from 1795 called "Duminicii tuturor Sfintilor",from which not only has it taken the axis corner of the apses wall but also the precious icon wall,decorated in 1847 by Ioan Opris from Vallachia.Untill 1788,when it was burnt down by the ottomans,the city had yet another wooden church,built in 1670 by Romanian monks from Tismana Monastery.
THE CHURCH OF "SF. GHEORGHE" (SAINT GEORGE) from Valea de Brazi
It was built between 1937-1941,under the care-taking of priest Alexandru Cosma.It is a quadrangural church,with a semicircular thin apse on the Northern side,that has a little side-chamber that serves as a wall for the altar.Above the narthex is a small octagonal bell-tower,with a wide head,covered as the apse,with plateing.The access is made by the two doors,each on the Western and Eastern parts of the curch.The interior was painted between 1982-1983.The prior church,which was demolished in 1936,was made of logs between 1825-1827 under Nicolae Zugravu I,was later renovated in 1853 under the name of The Holy Archangels Mihail and Gavril,being in the administrative ecleziastic region of Hobiceni.