"As part of ancient
Dacia, the country of Bucovina, used to be under
the rule of the Moldavian Lords, as part of the so called Highlands and
riched its highest reputation under the hero Stephen the Great and through
his gloriuos victories against the enemies of Christianity and civilization (...)"
Part of Romania country (located in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine), the Suceava county consists of the south of Bucovina and the nort-west of the new land of Suceava, whose capital is Falticeni, created in 1780, after Suceava and Northern Moldavia were occupied by Austria in 1775.
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