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St Pantaleon Chapel and a memorial fountain of Jugovich brothers
Serbia

The fountain in Tronosa is not only a fountain. It is an integral part of the chapel of the great martyr St Pantaleon, whose interior was painted with icons of Saints. There is a mosaic on the frontal part of the chapel, above the pipe taps, the work of Italian masters, which represents Jugovic family before going to Battle of Kosovo.

In addition to several panels that provide important data, one should read a few times. In fact, few people are able to say by hart the list of names of all the brothers Jugovic. Except Bosko and Damnjan, the names of others are rarely found in school and other books. The answer can be found on the panel just above the tap. The slogan says as follows: "This endowment of Jug-Bogdan and his nine sons: Vojin, Miljko, Marko, Ljubodrag, Radmilo, Bosko, Stojan, Veselin and Vlasko-Damnjan, from 1388 was rebuilt during the Archimandrite Methodius in 1721; later reconstruction was conducted by Mladen Isakovic, merchant from village Lesnica in 1894; and the latest reconstruction was made under supervision of the head monk of Tronosa of that time in 1935".

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