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The serenity of the place is stunning. You can visit the church and the resting place of one of the most famous Serbian rulers. The Fortress is not always open to visit the towers, but you can enjoy the nature around!
It’s an enormous architectural construction made of stones, it was used more like a fortress than a monastery. The surrounding area is also a good choice for camping or picnic with family-friendly environment.
Breathtaking castle, best to visit in August when Knight Festival OUT nOW is on! Great landscaping, restored fortress, there was and fresco paintings exhibition, and in the heart of the land there is a monastery Manasija, with 6th-century old fresko paintings (which were attempted to...More
Amazing monastery with walls around and a church in the middle. The walls are very massive and in order to give protection against the Turks. The church is very beautiful from outside and even more inside. This is a must if you are travelling near...More
Manasija is a very beautiful monastery built by Despot Stefan Lazarevic in period 1407-1418. There is a church of Holy Trinity inside fortification with eleven towers. The church have well preserved frescos with byzantine blue color. It is possible to walk on the top of...More
We were told that this monastery's walls are the most massive of any extant monastery in Serbia. Inside, the beautiful church and the ruins of the refectory add a touch of perspective, set against the modern living quarters. This monastery is also known as Resava...More