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Old July 10th, 2017, 11:38 AM   #41
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Velika Remeta monastery (Serbia)

It is one of several monasteries of Fruška Gora. Traditionally, its founding is linked to King Stefan Dragutin. The earliest historical records about the monastery date to 1562. The small late byzantine church got a tall baroque belltower added in the 18th century.

Manastir Velika Remeta Fruska gora by Aleksandar Milutinović, on Flickr

IMG_6474rx by Bill Kralovec, on Flickr

Velika Remeta by risotto al caviale, on Flickr

Entry gate by Igor Gajic, on Flickr

Velika Remeta Church by Bill Kralovec, on Flickr
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Mala Remeta monastery (Serbia)


Similar and near to the previous one but without the 18th centruy baroque additions.

monastère de Mala Remeta (parc de Fruska Gora) by lalise, on Flickr

monastère de Mala Remeta (parc de Fruska Gora) by lalise, on Flickr
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Gračanica monastery (Serbia)

A Serbian Orthodox monastery located in Kosovo. It was built by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin in 1321. Gračanica represents the culmination of the Medieval Serbian art of building in the Serbo-Byzantine tradition. It is an UNESCO site.

_MG_3486luis by Luís Garcia, on Flickr

Gracanica Monastery c. 1321 - Gračanica, Kosovo by Paul Diming, on Flickr


Gracanica by Elza Finkinja, on Flickr


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Gračanica by Alisem Lechamp, on Flickr


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_DSC2737 by Photini156, on Flickr


King Milutin prsenting his endowment to Heavens

_MG_3501luis by Luís Garcia, on Flickr

_MG_3505luis by Luís Garcia, on Flickr


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_MG_3491luis by Luís Garcia, on Flickr

_DSC5204 by Photini156, on Flickr


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Gracanica monastery by Your Happiest Day, on Flickr
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St Marc church in Belgrade (Serbia)

Built in the 1930's and obviously inspired with Gracanica from the previous post with the exception of open exonartex with a belltower.
This church is not yet finished as it is missing fresco covering in the inside.


St. Mark's Church by Dejan NN, on Flickr



Beograd Crkva sv. Marka by Momir Tomic, on Flickr

vue du balcon by Philippe Le Moine, on Flickr



[/url]St. Mark's Church by Dejan NN, on Flickr

The interior is yet to be covered with frescoes
Crkva Sv. Marka by Tomislav Mavrovic, on Flickr

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Crkva sv. Marka, Beograd by 3D ARCHITECTURAL VISUALISATION, on Flickr
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St George church in Budapest (Hungary)


Built in 1733 by the Serbian community of Pest town.


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This was only the second Serbian church by importance in Budapest. The cathedral church was St Demetrius on Buda side from 1740, unfortunately, it was damaged in WW2 and demolished in 1949.



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Kalenic monastery (Serbia)

Located in central Serbia, it was built by protovestiarios Bogdan in the early 15th century (1407-1413). The church is in mature Morava style with elaborate facade decorations.

DSC06417 by AlxVuk, on Flickr





DSC06426 by AlxVuk, on Flickr

Kalenic 011 by Dejan Gajic, on Flickr



Kalenic monastery by Serbian Heritage Tours, on Flickr

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St Nicholas cathedral church in Vrsac (Serbia)

This baroque church was built from 1727 to 1784 and is the cathedral (saborna) church of the Banat eparchy today.




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Cathedral orthodox church, Vrsac, Serbia by Vlada Marinkovic, on Flickr


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St. Nikola church in Vrsac, Serbia. by Goran Vrcel, on Flickr
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Uvac monastery (Serbia)


Located in the mountainous area of Zlatibor the small medieval church was recontructed in the 1990's.

Uvac by risotto al caviale, on Flickr


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Savina monastery (Montenegro)

Located in the bay of Kotor it was founded by Stjepan Vukčić Kosača, the Duke of Saint Sava (r. 1448–1466). The present day main church was built from 1777 to 1799.

Savina Monastery by Trent Maynard, on Flickr


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