Is a city in Neamt, Moldova, Romania, consists of localities Blebea, Humulesti, Humulesti November and Targu Neamt (seat). The village is famous for Neamt Fortress, built by Petru I Musat, the house where he grew poet Veronica Micle and also through the village (now district) Humulesti, the cradle storyteller Ion Creanga. Also, the city is the center of a complex in northern Neamt County where there are around 20 Orthodox monasteries, some important artistic and cultural value, such Varatec, Agapia or Secu. It has a population of 18.695 inhabitants (2011). The city is located in northern Neamt county, west of the historical region of Moldova and northeastern Romania. The city is located at an altitude of 365 m on the terrace Ozana river, a tributary of Moldova, which flows into the river Siret. By its location, the city is also at the entrance of the Neamt Depression, at the foot of Plesu Peak, Peak Hunters (624 m). Main landforms are Depression Neamt (Ozana - Topolita) and hills and peaks related to Subcarpatii Moldova: Peak Plesu (ridge submontane) north hills Knolls, Humulesti and Ocea south and hill Boistea which closes valley Ozana east. Pleşului Hill, with a length of 24 km to the north, has a maximum height of 913 m. Towards Tirgu Neamt, apex hunter has an altitude of 623 m, which rises about 250 meters above the riverbed Ozana through -O rocky slope. Further south hills have the appearance of hills due to their very high heights: Knolls Hill (440 m), the hill Humulesti (410 m), the hill Ocea (400 m). Boistea Hill is located on the eastern side of Tirgu Neamt, on the other side of the river Ozana, leaving the Carpathian basin. It has a maximum altitude of 582 m and guards the entire valley, especially the northern slope is steeper.