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Lazarica monastery in Krusevac city
Serbia
Orthodox Church Lazarica in Kruševac, Serbia, was built in the 1375th and 1376th, as a prototype of the Morava school of architecture, and was a palace church of Prince Lazar. Exceptional beauty of Lazarica contributions and stone plastics: arches, rosettes, wreaths…As an outstanding achievement of the Serbian medieval architecture and the national architectural heritage, Church Lazarica was declared cultural monument of exceptional importance. It was reconstructed in the XIX and in begging of XX century.
Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 06/07/2010
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