According to the Tradition, it is believed that under that stone is buried a certain Dima, considered to be the legendary builder of Dragomirna, although the story is not based on real facts, being merely a fantasy.The last burial stone, having on its upper part a representation of the two regions Moldavia and Ţara Româneasca, an emblem surrounded by bay laurel, symbols of the day and of the night, birds and flowers, covers the tomb of Maria Blaj, dead in 1770, the daughter of Constantin Mavrocordat, a former ruler of the two countries.
From the threshold to the Preaisle area one has to pass a porch built in the Gothic style. The Preaisle impresses the viewer through the way it is built, forming a décor with eight broken arches. There is no part of the dome or arch that does not hold the pattern of a herringbone rope. The two domes, of different size, are built inseide a square, obtained through puttind the arches one upon the other, forming true stone embroidery. When they cross, they form rosettes with floral ornaments and shields.