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Apatin - Pravoslavna crkva na bentu

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Pravoslavna crkva na bentu u Apatinu

Hram Sabor svetih apostola počeo je da se gradi 1998. godine prema projektu beogradskog arhitekte Predraga Ristića. Prvo oslikavanje su uradili fresko slikari i konzervatori iz Užica Jelena Guskić-Petrović i Goran Jović. Gradnja pravoslavnog hrama je počela dolaskom prvog apatinskog pravoslavnog paroha Dušana Niševića.
Arhitekta Ristić najviše se zalagao da se hram podigne na Dunavu, gde se spajaju dve kulture, istočna i zapadna.
Hroničar Zoran Matić navodi da je u Apatinu pravoslavni hram prvi pravoslavni objekat posle više od 250 godina.
- Velikom seobom Arsenija Čarnojevića 1690. godine Srbi naseljavaju Apatin, Sombor i Prigrevicu. Kada su 1749. godine došli nemački kolonisti, srpska naselja su silom raseljena najviše u Stapar. Karte pokazuju da je u naselju Bukčinović, istočno od Apatina, postojao pravoslavni verski objekat u predelu današnje šume Kurjačica

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