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Gamzigrad - Felix Romuliana

Explore the secrets of the most important late antique palace Felix Romuliana with mosaic floors of lavish beauty. One of most beautiful buildings of past times is raised by a Roman emperor Galerius. ... Full story

Gracanica Monastery

Gracanica Monastery is one of the most important monuments of Serbian medieval architecture, which is on UNESCO's list of world cultural heritage. Built in Kosovo and Metohija, the monastery has resisted collapse during the war, yet it managed to preserve Orthodoxy and Serbian culture. ... Full story

Patriarchate of Pec

One of the most important monuments of the Serbian past, under whose arches are seven and a half centuries kept on a Throne, on which continues successors of St. Sava, the first archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian archbishopric. ... Full story

Monastery Studenica

'' The mother of all Serbian monasteries'' is the name of the most important, largest and wealthiest medieval monastery. Pastor Stefan Nemanja, founder of the first Serbian dynasty, founded a monastery in the year 1190th, which is dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. ... Full story

Monastery Sopocani and Stari Ras

Sopoćani - pearl of medieval construction, one of the most beautiful monasteries of Serbia, founded by Serbian king Uros I Nemanjic in the 13th century. The frescoes of the church are one of the most impressive achievements of Byzantine fresco-painting, which depicts the monumental figures and events from Christian history. ... Full story

The Ortodox Monasteries

There are many monasteries in Serbia. This foundation of monasteries followed the forming of the first Serbian states starting in the 10th century. The first monasteries were built in the Raska region, in the Southwestern Serbia, then Kosovo and finally in Central Serbia. Fleeing the Turkish tyranny, the majority of Serbs migrated to the North. ... Full story

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