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Crkva Svete Marije na Lepteriji
Serbia

Alongside the road leading to picnic Lepterija separation to the right leads to the church of Santa Maria. The church is located close to the resorts and it can be reached on foot. Recently built on the foundations of the old church from the 14th century that was destroyed. Based on the foundation and other churches at that time was built in Dodoma that this new look and its enjoyable skomnošcu attracts an increasing number of believers. It is dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin which celebrates 21st September.


wooden bridge over Moravica. there is a path that leads to the natural phenomenon known as the Madonna in the rock. However, it is better seen little izdalje clearly visible from where the silhouettes of the Mother of God with her wedding. Indentation in the rock has the shape of a mother with child, and according to tradition in that the rock is hid with Christ and the Virgin in her arms, fled before the Romans. Everyone in front of a rock to light the candles, will do him any good in this world.

Source: Crkva svete Marije, Sokobanja

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Taken: 20/08/2011
Uploaded: 19/08/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: crkva; church; orhodox; pravoslavna; pravoslavlje; crkvica; lepterija; soko banja; sokobanja; serbia; srbija
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