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Ravanica Monastery in Serbia
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Ravanica monastery in eastern Serbia, close to the Cuprija town. Ravanica was build by Prince Lazar who died 1389. in war agains Otoman impery (Turks). Serbia was defender of christian Europe at that time, but Europe (Austro-hungarian) did not support back Serbia.

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