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Banja Monastery

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Banja Monastery
Манастир Бања
Црква Св. Николе Дабарског, Манастир Бања-Прибој.jpg
Banja Monastery
Location within Serbia
Monastery information
OrderOrthodox Christianity
Establishedunknown, before the 12th century
Controlled churchesChurch of St. Nicholas, of St. Elijah and the Church of Assumption of the Holy Virgin
People
Founder(s)Stefan Dečanski
Architecture
Heritage designationCultural Monument of Exceptional Importance
Designated date1979
Completion date1329
Site
LocationBanja, Priboj, Serbia
Coordinates43°32′51″N 19°33′37″E / 43.547625°N 19.560202°E / 43.547625; 19.560202
Public accessyes

Banja Monastery (Serbian Cyrillic: Манастир Бања) is a Serbian Orthodox Monastery located near Priboj, Serbia. Monastery Banja presents Cultural Monument of Exceptional Importance in Serbia.[1]

History

1890s photograph.
1890s photograph.

Time of founding of the monastery is unknown, but the first historical sources (Studenica Typicon) mention it in the 12th century.[1] In 1220 Banja became center of Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Dabar.[2] There are three churches within the monastery, the Church of St. Nicholas, of St. Eliah and the Church of Ascension of the Holy Virgin. St. Nicholas Church, the main monastery church, was founded by King Stefan Dečanski (r. 1322–31) in 1329. The original church was burned during the Ottoman invasion.[3] The church was restored in 1570 and gained its present look in 1904 when the last restoration took place. The monastery was not only center of the bishopric but the mausoleum of Vojnović noble family.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Monuments of Culture in Serbia: manastir Banja (SANU) (in Serbian) (in English)
  2. ^ http://www.pribojskabanja.rs/manastir.php. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ Itzkowitz, Norman (1980). Ottoman Empire and Islamic tradition. University of Chicago Press

Bibliography

External links

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