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Bavanište Monastery

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Bavanište monastery
Monastère de Bavanište.jpg
Bavanište monastery
Monastery information
Full nameМанастир Баваниште
OrderSerbian Orthodox
Established15th century
Dedicated toThe Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos
LocationBavanište, Kovin, Serbia

The Bavanište Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Баваниште or Manastir Bavanište) is a 15th-century Serb Orthodox monastery located in Bavanište, Kovin in northern Serbia (Banat, Vojvodina).

It was founded in the 15th century and eventually deserted when the Ottoman Empire advanced, subsequently conquering most Balkan states. It was destroyed in 1716. It was rebuilt in 1856–58. In 1997 the monastery was renovated and reinstituted as a working monastery. A healthy water spring exists in the monastery.[1]

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