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White Angel – the Mileševa monastery

White Angel – the Mileševa monastery

The famous fresco “White Angel” is situated in the monastery Mileševa near Priboj. “White Angel” is the most famous fresco and certainly is among the greatest achievements of European painting. “White Angel”, as significant artistic masterpiece, takes very important place in many “History of Art”...

White Angel – the Mileševa monastery
Holy Mountain Primorska

Holy Mountain Primorska

Above the Soča valley and town Skolan rises Holy Mountain Primorska from where is a magnificent view on the Soča valley and on Gorica (Gorizia in Italy and Nova Gorica in Slovenia too), the Julian Alps in the north and the Adriatic Sea in the south. They say that from this place it could be seen even Benedekta (Venice) when it is a clear...

Holy Mountain Primorska
Hagia Sophia, Church of Holy Wisdom

Hagia Sophia, Church of Holy Wisdom

Church of Holy Wisdom (Greek Αγία Σοφία, Agίa Sofίa, lat. Sancta Sophia or tour. Ayasofya) If we do comparison then we say the Hagia Sofia is to Balkan Peninsula, the same as the Sagrada Familia (Holy Family) to Pyrenees or the church of Sts. Peter’s in Rome to Apennine peninsula … However, the Hagia Sophia is unique and...

Hagia Sophia, Church of Holy Wisdom
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Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral in Kotor

27.06.2010

Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral in Kotor

Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral in Kotor is one of the oldest churches in Europe and the oldest in the former Yugoslavia. It is 69 years older than the Virgin Mary Church of Notre Dame in Paris, and 460 years older than St. Peter’s Basilica in... Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral in Kotor

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The Cathedral of Saint Sava

10.06.2010

The Cathedral of Saint Sava

The Cathedral of Saint Sava is the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans peninsula and the second largest Orthodox church in the world (larger is only rebuilt Church of Christ the Savior in Moscow). The Cathedral of Saint Sava was built on the St.... The Cathedral of Saint Sava

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