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Particularly interesting is the bell tower which was built in the 1726. and is not connected with the church. Above the church door, on the exterior wall is large mural showing the Last Judgement. The mural is the story of the end of the destiny of the world. This mural was created in the late 17th century.

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Tags: krusedol; iconostasis; monastery; manastırı; serbia; srbija
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