Neamţ Monastery is a Romanian Orthodox monastery, located in the northeastern Romania, 10 km west of Târgu Neamţ in Neamţ county.
The monastery was founded in the time of Prince Petru Muşat ( 1371-1375 ). Later under Alexandru cel Bun a repair was carried out. The present monastery church was built by Stephen the Great built. It was completed in 1497, when the Moldavian army had won a battle against the Polish King John I. Albrecht.
In the heyday of the monastery was an important cultural center with schools of miniature painting and calligraphy. Some well-preserved pieces can still be seen in the monastery's museum. The monastery library also possesses many rare books. Below are some first editions within Romania.