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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
I was amazed when I saw this place. It was completely unexpected and well worth the drive. The walled fortress is huge and imposing, walking through them presents the monastery itself which is also amazing.
The Nuns that were on site spoke good English and...More
Entering to this holly place you have to feel something if you are open minded. I am Orthodox and not religious, but here I have talked to some high spirit. Touching tomb of Despot Stefan Lazarević was electrifying. Frescoes were almost destroyed but they look...More