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Church of Sv. Mary [Kotor]
Montenegro

Church is located in the northeastern part of the lake city of Kotor, to the northern city vrata.Podignuta at the site of one of starohriscanske basilica which, in addition to base, found the remains of the baptistery and church furniture, which can be seen in the sacristy at 1.5 m below the present floor.


Present church was built in 1221 godine.Jednobrodna basis it is divided into three bays traveja.Nad central dome rises from the inside round and outside the western bay an octagonal dome tamburom.Nad relies on massive ribs of rectangular cross section.

Portals, on the west and south facades, slightly profiled, and their lunettes have a system of sickle romantic lukova.Dvije bifora at Czapadnoj facade (later converted into a rosette) and the apse, and several good openings formed romanicnih illuminate unutrasnjost.Fasade were built by alternating rows of gray and reddish kamena.Friz blind arcades flows below the roof cornice.

Mary-koledjata2Crkva has repeatedly undergone changes and upgrades to the north strain.U 15th century chapel of St. John built on the premises and connected to the sacristy, so that part is connected with the port sirokoim crkvom.U 18th century Baroque bell tower was added.

Church in the early 14th zivopisna.Od century was preserved frescoes are only fragments: Christ Pantocrator, in the dome several standing figures, on the west wall: Wedding at Cana in the south, and remains more concentrated around the Crucifixion scene in apsidi.Po preserved signature in the cat learns the Archangel Gabriel that their author was Manuel, the Greek painter, whom I referred to written records.

The church keeps a wooden Crucifixion from the 14th century, two baroque altar of marble in various colors and some pictures of Venetian origin, among them the Paying A.Zankija.Reljefe of St Paul on the sarcophagus was made by the Blessed Ozana A. Augustincic, and bronze reliefs with scenes from her life on the hinged door V. Lipovac

Photo was taken by AS design from Soko-Banja spa in Serbia.

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 30/07/2011
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Tags: orthodox; church; pravoslavna; pravoslavlje; crkva; svete; marije; mary; marry; kotor; montenegro; crna gora
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