Following the same pattern the ribs are enriched with floral and carvings elements from place to place. The refectory is of great beauty and importance to the Dragomirna complex, alongside Crimca’s church.
This example will later be replicated by the Moldavian style in the well-known Gothic chambers at the Three Saint Hierarchs and Cetăţuia churches.
On the western and northern walls of the sanctuary there can be seen the monks’ cells, consisting of a ground floor and a first floor, changed by the Austrian rulers. On the northern side the cells end with a small beadle, built in 1976 for the church services during the winter period. Its titular feast is the Birth of Jesus’ Mother.
The whole assembly: the small church, the big church, the fortrss and the abbey are truly outstanding through their style and architecture, obeying geometrical patterns, with tendencies in elevation, from which we can depict a great way of thinking, a brilliant mind and an iron will, all belonging to the founder and architect.