Gornjak monastery (Manastir Gornjak)
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Gornjak monastery (Manastir Gornjak)

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Gornjak monastery is betwean Žagubica and Petrovac Na Mlavi towns in Braničevo distric in Serbia. Construction of the monastery was finished in 1380, and the founder was king Lazar. Gornjak monastery belongs to the Moravska architectural school.

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