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Church of Saint Parascheva, Slabinja

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Church of Saint Parascheva
Храм Свете Петке
Church of Saint Parascheva is located in Banovina
Church of Saint Parascheva
Church of Saint Parascheva
Shown within Banovina
Church of Saint Parascheva is located in Croatia
Church of Saint Parascheva
Church of Saint Parascheva
Church of Saint Parascheva (Croatia)
45°12′38″N 16°40′2″E / 45.21056°N 16.66722°E / 45.21056; 16.66722
LocationSlabinja, Sisak-Moslavina County
Country Croatia
DenominationSerbian Orthodox
TraditionEastern Orthodox Church
DedicationParascheva of the Balkans
Functional statusAbandoned
Architect(s)R. Battigelli
StyleBaroque, Eastern Orthodox
Years built1828; 191 years ago (1828)
DioceseEparchy of Gornji Karlovac
ArchpriestRadoslav Anđelić of Dvor[1]

Church of Saint Parascheva (Serbian Cyrillic: Храм Свете Петке) is a Serbian Orthodox church located in Slabinja, Sisak-Moslavina County, in central Croatia. It was dedicated to Saint Parascheva of the Balkans.[2] The Church was built in 1828 and demolished during World War II. Only the perimeter walls are preserved.[3]

The Church is located in the center of village Slabinja, on the south side of the D47 road, towards the river Una.[4]

It is under the jurisdiction of the Eparchy of Gornji Karlovac.


The Church was built in 1828[5] according to the R. Battigelli project from 1819. It was built in baroque building style.[3]

In 1944, during World War II, it was demolished by the Ustashe damaging roof structure, vault, interior and church inventory.[6] After the War, ruins remained standing. In 1970 the reconstruction of these valuable buildings began, but the roof, unfortunately, was never set up.[4]

On June 4, 2017, Bishop of upper Karlovac Gerasim visited the church.[7]

See also


  1. ^ "Služen parastos za postradale Slabinjce". Retrieved 25 June 2018.
  2. ^ Kosovac, Mata (1910). Srpska pravoslavna Mitropolija Karlovačka: po podacima od 1905 (in Serbian). Sremski Karlovci.
  3. ^ a b Strategija lokalnog razvoja područja LAG-a Una 2011-2013. Dvor: LAG Una. 2010.
  4. ^ a b Škiljan, Filip (2008). Kulturno-historijski spomenici Banije (PDF) (in Croatian). Zagreb: SNV. p. 99. Retrieved 25 June 2018.
  5. ^ Cvitanović, Đurđica (1985). Sakralna arhitektura baroknog razdoblja, knjiga I. (in Serbo-Croatian). Zagreb: Gorički i gorsko-dubički arhiđakonat. p. 206.
  6. ^ Miljanović, M. (January 1991). Devastacija pravoslavnih crkava u Hrvatskoj – gornjokarlovačka Eparhija (in Serbian). Topusko: Srpski glas. pp. 10–11.
  7. ^ "Episkop Gerasim u Slabinji". (in Serbian). Retrieved 25 June 2018.

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