Name of the Kindergarten
It is said that Stephen the Great (the voivode of Romania), being once defeated in a war and wandering wounded through the mountains, would have reached a place of worship of an old hermit called Daniil Sihastru.
The old man would have given him accommodation, and would have feasted it with boiled corn and roots harvested in the woods. At midnight, the hermit would have grabbed Stephen by his hand, would have gone out of his cell, and would have pointed to a certain place, asking him three times if he sees something in there.
For the third time, Stephen the Great would have answered that he sees some lights, to which his hermit specified that they are not lights but angels, and that the place is holy, which, if he wants to overcome the enemy in his battle, must raise there a monastery.
Stephen the Great has been asked to take his bow and arrow, which have helped him so many times in battles, and look in the distance, as far he can see and shoot his arrow to the place of holy. There he have to build a monastery for his people. Stephen promised to raise the monastery, and after, he gathered his army scattered across the country, and defeated the enemies.
The monastery name is Putna Monastery.