The church of the Voronet Monastery, was built by King of Moldavia, Stefan the Great, in 1488. The church is famous because of the blue pigment with a unique shade, that has been used to decorate the exterior walls. It is worth to noted, the resistance of these decorations, which survived the centuries, in a harsh climate. On the west facade, the biblical scene of “the last judgment”, is painted in a complex interpretation, for the time when it was conceived. Thanks to this painting, the church is called the “Sistine Chapel of Eastern Europe”! In 1918, the church was declared historic monument and in 1993, it was included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.