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List of Serbian Orthodox monasteries

This is a list of Serbian Orthodox Christian monasteries.

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SerbiaEdit

VojvodinaEdit

Name Foundation Image Notes
Monasteries of Fruška Gora:
Beočin Monastery before 1566   Located in Beočin
Bešenovo Monastery late 13th century, destroyed in WWII   Located in Bešenovački Prnjavor
Divša Monastery late 15th century   Located between Vizić and Divoš
Grgeteg Monastery 1471   Located in Grgeteg
Jazak Monastery early 16th century   Located in Jazak
Krušedol Monastery 1509   Located in Krušedol
Kuveždin Monastery 1520   Located near Divoš
Mala Remeta monastery before 1546   Located in Mala Remeta
Novo Hopovo monastery before 1451   Located near Irig
Petkovica Monastery early 16th century   Located between Divoš and Šišatovac
Privina Glava Monastery 12th century   Located in Privina Glava
Rakovac Monastery 1498   Located in Rakovac
Staro Hopovo monastery 1496   Located near Irig
Šišatovac Monastery 1520   Located in Šišatovac
Velika Remeta monastery late 13th century   Located in Velika Remeta
Vrdnik-Ravanica Monastery 1521   Located in Vrdnik
Located elsewhere:
Name Notes Image
Bavanište monastery
Баваниште
15th century   Located near Pančevo
Bođani Monastery
Бођани
1478   Located in Bođani
Fenek Monastery late 15th century   Located in Jakovo
Hajdučica monastery
Хајдучица
1939   Located in Hajdučica
Holy Trinity monastery
Манастир Свете Тројице
19th century   Located in Kikinda
Kovilj Monastery
Ковиљ
early 13th century   Located in Kovilj
Mesić Monastery
Месић
1225   Located in Mesić, near Vršac
Saint Melanie monastery
Манастир Свете Меланије
1935
Obed Monastery
Обед
1446
Sombor Monastery
Сомбор
1928
Središte monastery
Средиште
late 15th century  
Vojlovica Monastery
Војловица
14th century

Central SerbiaEdit

Name Foundation Image Notes
Arilje Monastery
Манастир Ариље
1296   Located in Arilje. It was founded by Serbian King Stefan Dragutin in 1296, on the ruins of an earlier church built in 1219 by Archbishop Sava.
Ajdanovac Monastery
Манастир Ајдановац
1485   Located in Prokuplje.
Bradača Monastery
Брадача
end of 14th century Located in Požarevac.
Brezovac Monastery
Манастир Светог Архангела Михаила - Брезовац
1444
Blagoveštenje Monastery
Манастир Благовештење (Каблар)
before 1602 Located in Ovčar Banja.
Blagoveštenje Rudničko Monastery
Манастир Благовештење Рудничко
late 14th century   Located in Stragari.
Bukovo monastery
Буково
1282–1321   Located in Negotin. It was founded by Serbian King Stefan Milutin (r. 1282–1321). Renovated in 1902.
Crna Reka Monastery
Црна Река
13th century   Located in Tutin. It was founded in the 13th century, and includes the cave-church dedicated to Archangel Michael, with 16th-century frescoes and relics of St. Peter of Koriša.
Ćelije Monastery
Ћелије
late 13th century   Located in Valjevo. It was founded in the late 13th century, possibly by King Stefan Dragutin.
Čokešina Monastery
Чокешина
14th century Located in Loznica.
Davidovica Monastery
Давидовица
1281  
Dokmir Monastery
Докмир
15th century  
Drača Monastery
Драча
before 1389
Drenča Monastery
Манастир Дренча
1379–82  
Dubnica Monastery
Дубница
mid–17th century Located in Nova Varoš. It was founded by Serbian Patriarch Gavrilo Rajić-Rašković (1595-1659).
Đunis Monastery
Ђунис
1898
Đurđevi stupovi
Ђурђеви Ступови
1171   Located in Novi Pazar. It was founded by Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja. World Heritage Site.
Gornjak Monastery
Горњак
1376  
Gradac Monastery
Градац
1189 Located in Čačak.
Gradac Monastery
Градац
1270   Located in Gradac (Raška).
Monastery of the Holy Trinity in Gornja Kamenica
Манастир Свете Тројице у Горњој Каменици
1457   Located in Knjaževac.
Ilinje Monastery
Илиње
1938
Janja Monastery
Јања
late 15th century  
Ježevica Monastery
Јежевица
1337   Located in Čačak. According to folklore, it was founded in 1337.
Monastery of John the Baptist 1517 Located in Jašunja, Leskovac.
Monastery of St. John Glavosek
Манастир Светог Јована Главосека
14th or 15th century   Located in Paraćin. Ruins.
Monastery of St. John Chrysostom
Манастир Светог Јована Златоустог
Ottoman period
Jovanje Monastery
Јовање
late 15th century
Kalenić Monastery
Каленић
1407  
Kaona Monastery
Kaoнa
14th century
Kastaljan Monastery
Кастаљан
13th century
Klisura Monastery
Клисура
early 13th century
Koporin Monastery
Копорин
1402  
Koroglaš monastery
Корoглаш
14th century  
Kovilje Monastery
Ковиље
12th century   Located in Ivanjica municipality. Founded in 12th century, renovated in 1644, restored in 2005.
Kumanica Monastery
Куманица
14th century
Lapušnja Monastery
Манастир Лапушња
1501 Located in Boljevac.
Lelić Monastery
Лелић
20th century
Lipovac Monastery
Липовац
1399   Located in Aleksinac.
Ljubostinja Monastery
Љубостиња
1388  
Saint Mother of Christ Monastery
Манастир Свете Богородице
1159
Manasija Monastery
Манасија
1407  
Monastery of Marija Petruška
Манастир Марије Петрушке
15th century
Mažići Monastery
Мажићи
12th century   Located in Priboj. It was founded during the reign of Stefan Nemanja, or even earlier. A hospital existed at the monastery complex during the reign of Stefan Milutin. It has been destroyed and renovated several times.
Mileševa Monastery
Милешава
1234  
Miljko's Monastery
Миљков манастир
1374
Naupara Monastery
Манастир Наупара
1380s   Located in Kruševac. It is currently a nunnery.
Saint Nicholas Monastery
Манастир Светог Николе
second half of 12th century
Nikolje Monastery
Никоље
1425 Located in Topola. It was founded in 1425 by Nikola Dorjenović, a nobleman in the service of Despot Stefan.
Nimnik Monastery
Нимник
1389
Nova Pavlica
Нова Павлица
1381—88   Located near Brvenik (Ibar). It was founded by The Musić brothers a nobleman that served the Serbian Empire (1345–1371), and during its fall (1371–1389) it served Tsar Lazar's Serbia.
Pavlovac Monastery
Павловац
early 15th century
Paraskeva Monastery
Параскева
Ottoman period
Radovašnica Monastery
Радовашница
1541
Transfiguration Monastery
Преображење
1528
Pribojska Banja Monastery
Прибојска Бања
12th century
Pridvorica Monastery
Манастир Придворица
12th century   Located in Pridvorica, Ivanjica municipality. Founded in 12th century, renovated in 1557 and 1835.
Poganovo Monastery
Поганово
before 1499  
Pokajnica Monastery
Покајница
1818  
Saint Prohor Pčinjski Monastery
Свети Прохор Пчињски
1067-1071  
Pustinja Monastery
Пустиња
1622   Built on ruins of an 11th-century church.
Rača monastery
Рача
1273  
Rakovica Monastery
Раковица
14th century
Ravanica Monastery
Раваница
1375  
Monastery of St. Roman
Свети Роман
before 1020
Rudenica Monastery
Руденица
before 1405   Located in Aleksandrovac. It was founded by local nobleman Vukašin and his wife Vukosava. It was destroyed several times in history, and was restored in 1936.
Rukumija Monastery
Рукумија
second half of the 14th century
Sisojevac Monastery
Сисојевац
1389
Saint Nicholas monastery (Soko)
Манастир Светог Николе (Соко)
1467
Sopoćani Monastery
Сопоћани
1260   Located in Novi Pazar. Founded by King Stefan Uroš I. World Heritage Site.
Sretenje Monastery
Сретење
late 16th century
Stara Pavlica Monastery
Стара Павлица
late 12th century   Located near Brvenik (Ibar). Ktitor unknown.
Stjenik Monastery
Стјеник
late 14th century
Studenica Monastery
Студеница
1190  
Tresije Monastery
Тресије
late 13th century  
Tronoša Monastery
Троноша
1276  
Holy Trinity Monastery
Манастир Свете Тројице
13th century
Tuman monastery
Туман
beginning of 14th century
Uspenje monastery
Успење
14th century
Vavedenje monastery
Ваведење
late 13th century
Monastery of the Presentation of the Holy Mother of God
Манастир Ваведења Пресвете Богородице
1499 Located in Jašunja, Leskovac.
Monastery of the Presentation of the Holy Mother of God
Манастир Ваведења Пресвете Богородице
1936
Vaznesenje monastery
Ваведење
16th century
Vavedenje
Ваведење
Veluće monastery
Велуће
1377  
Vitovnica monastery
Витовница
1289
Vojlovica monastery
Војловица
1383
Voljavča monastery
Вољавча
1050
Vratna monastery
Вратна
14th century   Located in the village of Vratna, Negotin.
Vraćevšnica monastery
Враћевшница
1428   Located in Vraćevšnica, Gornji Milanovac
Vrelo monastery
Врело - Трнавско Благовештење
before 15th century
Vujan monastery
Вујан
14th century  
Zaova monastery
Заова
before 1467
Zemun monastery
Земун
1786 Located in Donji Grad neighborhood of Zemun.
Zlatenac monastery
Златенац
1410s
Žiča Monastery
Жича
1205   Located in Kraljevo.

KosovoEdit

During the unrest in Kosovo, 35 churches and monasteries were destroyed or seriously damaged. In total, 156 Serbian Orthodox churches and monasteries have been destroyed since June 1999. Many of the churches and monasteries dated back to the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries.[1]

Name Foundation Image Notes
Monastery of the Holy Archangels
Манастир Свети Арханђели
1343  
Banjska Monastery
Бањска
1312  
Binač (Buzovik) Monastery
Бинач/Бузовик
14th century
Our Lady of Ljeviš
Богородица Љевишка
1307  
Budisavci Monastery
Будисавци
14th century
Devič Monastery
Девич
1434  
Dobra Voda Monastery
Добра вода
14th century
Dolac Monastery
Долац
14th century
Draganac Monastery
Драганац
1381
Duboki Potok Monastery
Дубоки Поток
14th century
Globarica Monastery
Глобарица
16th century
Gorioč Monastery
Гориоч
early 14th century
Grabovac Monastery
Грабовац
14th century
Gračanica Monastery
Грачаница
1310  
Kmetovce Monastery
Кметовце
early 14th century
Mušutište Monastery,
of the Virgin Hodegetria

Мушутиште
1315  
Patriarchal Monastery of Peć
Манастир Пећка патријаршија
>1235  
Saint Barbara Monastery
Monastery of St. Mark of Koriša
Свети Марко Коришки
1467
Monastery of St. Uroš
Свети Урош
before 1371
Sokolica Monastery
Соколица
14th century
Studenica Hvostanska
Студеница Хвостанска
early 13th century
Tamnica Monastery
Тамница
14th century
Ubožac Monastery
Убожац
late 13th century
Visoki Dečani Monastery
Високи Дечани
1327  
Vračevo Monastery
Врачево
1316
Zočište Monastery
Зочиште
before 1327  

MontenegroEdit

Name Foundation Image Notes
Monastery of Holy Archangel Michael
Манастир Светог Архангела Михаила
early 13th century   Located on Miholjska prevlaka, Tivat. In ruins, with planned reconstruction.
Beška Monastery
Бешка
1440 Located on Beška in the Skadar Lake. Includes Church of St. George built by Lord of Zeta Đurađ II Balšić (r. 1385–1405), and Church of St. Mary built by Lady Jelena Balšić in 1439/40. Holds the relics of Jelena Balšić.
Bijela Monastery
Бијела
before 1656 Located in Šavnik. According to folklore, it was built in 1010 by two local noblemen, financially supported by Jovan Vladimir. Its oldest found mention is from 1656.
Donje Brčele Monastery
Доње Брчеле
before 1443   Located in Bar. It was founded by Jelena Balšić (1365–1443), the daughter of Prince Lazar of Serbia. Šćepan Mali (fl. 1766–d. 1773), the impostor pretender of Montenegro, was buried there.
Monastery of the Holy Trinity of Pljevlja
Манастир Свете Тројице/Света Тројица Пљеваљска
before 1573   Located in Pljevlja. It was most likely built before 1465 on the site of an earlier wooden church. Its oldest found mention is from 1573.
Cetinje Monastery
Цетињски Манастир
1701–04   Located in Cetinje. It was built by Metropolitan Danilo I with stone from the nearby demolished monastery built by Ivan Crnojević in 1484. There are several relics held in the monastery, such as the remains of St. Peter of Cetinje, the (alleged) right hand of John the Baptist, particles of the True Cross, the icon of the Philermos Mother of God, the remains of Petar II Petrović-Njegoš (relocated), Royal Regalia of Serbian Emperor Stephen Uroš IV Dušan, among others.
Ćelije Monastery
Ћелије
15th century
Dajbabe Monastery
Дајбабе
1897   Located in Podgorica
Dovolja Monastery
Довоља
mid-13th century
Dubočica Monastery
Дубочица
before 1565
Duljevo Monastery
Дуљево
early 14th century
Donji Monastery
Доњи
1824
Đurđevi stupovi
(Ђурђеви ступови)
tracts of St. George
1213   Located in Berane. It was founded by Stefan Prvoslav, the nephew of Stefan Nemanja, in 1213. It is the seat of the Eparchy of Budimlje-Nikšić.
Gradište Monastery
Градиште
1116
Kaludra Monastery
Калудра
14th century
Kom Monastery
Ком
1415–27 - Located in Cetinje. It was founded by the Crnojević noble family. In the early 19th century, it served as the seat of the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral for a short time.
Kosijerevo Monastery
Косијеревео
early 14th century
Majstorovina Monastery
Мајсторовина
beginning of 13th century Located in Bijelo Polje. Includes the Church of the Holy Trinity built during the time of Vukan Nemanjić (fl. 1190–1207). Its inventory was transferred to Dobrilovina in 1673, later to Nikoljac.
Morača Monastery
Морача
1252  
Moračnik Monastery
Морачник
1417  
Monastery of Saint Nicholas (Obod)
Манастир Светог Николе - Обод
13th century
Nikoljac Monastery
Никољац
16th century
Ostrog Monastery
Острог
1665   Located in Danilovgrad. Founded by bishop Basil of Ostrog (1610–1671). Popular pilgrim site.
Saint Peter of Cetinje House
Дом "Свети Петар Цетињски"
modern
Monastery of St. George
Манастир Светог Ђорђа
16th century
Piva Monastery
Пива
1573  
Podmaine Monastery
Подмаине
15th century  
Podmalinsko Monastery
Подмалинско
1252
Podostrog Monastery
Подострог
15th century
Praskvica Monastery
Праскавица
1050  
Reževići Monastery
Режевићи
1223  
Monastery of St. Sava 2012 [2]
Savina Monastery
Савина
1030  
Somina Monastery
Сомина
1996
Stanjevići Monastery
Стањевићи
13th century
Starčeva Gorica Monastery
Старчева Горица
1376
Voljavac Monastery
Вољавац
early 13th century Located in Bijelo Polje. Built by King Stefan the First-Crowned (r. )
Vranjina Monastery
Врањина
early 13th century
Nunneries
Banja Monastery
Бања
13th century  
Upper Brčele monastery
Горње Брчеле
late 14th century
Dobrska Ćelija monastery
Добрска Ћелија
15th century
Ćelija Piperska
Ћелија Пиперска
1637
Dobrilovina Monastery
Добриловина
late 16th century  
Long Moračka Monastery
Дуга Морачка
1755
Podlastva Monastery
Подластва
1350   Located in Lastva Grbaljska, in Grbalj, Kotor Municipality. Includes the Church of the Birth of the Most Holy Theotokos built by the Emperor Dušan, which contains rare frescoes from the 15th and 17th centuries.
Ždrebaonik Monastery
Ждребаоник
1818
Župa Monastery
Жупа
early 13th century

Under re-establishment/construction or in ruinsEdit

Name Foundation Image
Bliškova Monastery
Блишкова
13th century
Brezojevica Monastery
Брезојевица
13th century
Monastery of St. John the Baptist
Манастир Светог Јована Крститеља
mid-15th century
Monastery of St. Luke
Манастир Свети Лука
15th century
Monastery of St. Nicholas
Манастир Светог Николе у Грабовцу
13th century
Monastery of the Mother of God of Krajina
Манастир Богородица Крајинска/Пречиста Крајинска
10th century  
Orahovo Monastery
Орахово
early 15th century
Ostros Monastery
Острос
early 11th century
Podvrh Monastery
Подврх
Ottoman period
Holy Transfiguration Monastery
Манастир Светог Преображења
late 15th century
Šudikova Monastery
Шудикова
13th century
Uroševica Monastery
Урошевица
14th century
Vojnići Monastery
Војнићи
15th century
Žanjica Monastery
Жањица
12th century
Monastery of Sts. Cyril and Methodius
Манастир Светог Кирила и Методија
1993
Monastery of the Holy Transfiguration
Манастир Светог Преображења
1996 [3]

Bosnia and HerzegovinaEdit

Republika SrpskaEdit

Name Foundation Image Notes
Bišnja Monastery
Бишња
2002–06   Located in Donja Bišnja, near Derventa.
Čajniče Monastery 1492   Located in Čajniče.
Detlak Monastery
Детлак
1303 Located in Donji Detlak, near Derventa. Founded by King Stefan Dragutin.
Dobrićevo Monastery
Добрићево
1964
(1232)
  Located in Orah, near Bileća. Relocated due to floodings.
Dobrun Monastery
Добрун
1340   Located near Višegrad. Founded by župan Pribil. Destroyed in 1462, late 18th century, 1875, World War I, 1945.
Dragaljevac Monastery
Драгаљевац
1909 Located near Bijeljina. Altar dating to 1310.
Duga Njiva Monastery
Дуга Њива
1992 Located near Modriča.
Duži Monastery
Дужи
1694   Located near Trebinje, in the Popovo field.
Glogovac Monastery
Глоговац
before 1463   Located in Babići, near Šipovo. Reconstructed by Omar Pasha in 1867.
Gomionica Monastery
Гомионица
before 1536[4]   Located in Kmećani, near Banja Luka. Official site
Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery
Херцеговачка Грачаница
1999   Located in Trebinje.
Ilinka Monastery 14th century   Located in Krupa na Vrbasu. Destroyed by the Ottomans.
Karno Monastery
Карно
1896 Located near Srebrenica.
Klisina Monastery
Клисина
Late 15th century   Located in Prijedor. Built on an earlier church dating to the 13th century that was destroyed by the Ottomans in 1463.
Knežina Monastery
Кнежина
1962   Located near Sokolac. Built on a late medieval foundation.
Krupa Monastery
Крупа
1317
Liplje Monastery
Липље
15th century   Located near Teslić. According to folklore founded by Saint Sava in 1219.
Lomnica Monastery
Ломница
1301 Located in Šekovići. According to folklore founded by King Stefan Dragutin.
Lovnica Monastery
Ловница
16th century
Moštanica Monastery
Моштаница
Before 1556   Located near Kozarska Dubica. According to folklore founded by the Nemanjić dynasty.
Osovica Monastery
Осовица
13th or 14th century   Located near Srbac. Reconstructed in 2003.
Ozerkovići Monastery
Озерковићи
2002 Located near Sokolac.
Ozren Monastery
Озрен
16th century  
Papraća Monastery
Папраћа
before 1550   Located near Šekovići. According to folklore founded by the Nemanjić dynasty.
Petropavlov Monastery
Петропавлов
20th century Located near Trebinje. Built on medieval foundations.
Pjenovac Monastery
Пјеновац
2001 Located near Han Pijesak.
Sase Monastery
Сасе
13th century
Sokolica Monastery
Соколица
2002   Located near Sokolac.
Stuplje Monastery
Ступље
15th century   Destroyed in 1690.
Monastery of the Holy Archangel Gabriel[citation needed]
Манастир Светог архангела Гаврила
Monastery of St. Nicholas
Манастир Светог Николе
2006   Located near Bijeljina.
St. Basil of Ostrog Monastery
Манастир Светог Василија Острошког
1996–2001   Located in Bijeljina.
Tavna Monastery
Тавна
late 13th century   Located near Bijeljina. According to folklore founded by King Stefan Dragutin or his sons.
Treskavac Monastery
Трескавац
Before 1888 Located near Ribnik.
Tvrdoš Monastery
Тврдош
1509   Located near Trebinje.

Federation of B&HEdit

Name Foundation Image Notes
Rmanj Monastery
Рмањ
late 15th or early 16th century[5]   Located in Martin Brod, near Drvar.
Rožanj Monastery
Рожањ
13th century Located in Rožanj, Sapna municipality
Veselinje Monastery
Веселиње
1975 Located in Vrba, near Glamoč. Built on the location of an older church built in 1865, destroyed by the Ustashe in 1941.
Vozuća Monastery
Возућа
16th century   Located in Vozuća, near Zavidovići. Damaged in 1941–42 by Ustashe and Muslim militias, and during the Bosnian War.
Zavala Monastery
Завала
13th century   Located in Zavala. Damaged in World War II and Bosnian War.
Žitomislić Monastery
Житомислић
15th century   Located near Mostar. Destroyed in 1941 by Ustashe, and by Croat forces in 1992.

CroatiaEdit

Several monasteries were destroyed during the World War II by the Ustaše and again, during the Yugoslav wars.[6]

Name Foundation Image
Dragović Monastery
Драговић
1395[7]  
Gomirje Monastery
Гомирје
1600[8]  
Komogovina Monastery
Комоговина
1693[9]
Krka Monastery
Крка
1350[10]  
Krupa Monastery
Крупа
1317[11]  
Lepavina Monastery
Лепавина
1550[12]  
Orahovica Monastery
1583[13]  
Holy Lazarica
Света Лазарица
1874
Saint Cyriaca Monastery
Манастир Свете Недјеље
medieval[citation needed]
Oćestovo Monastery
Оћестово
1928  
Saint Parasceva Monastery
Манастир Свете Петке
medieval[citation needed]
St. Basil of Ostrog Monastery
Манастир Светог Василија Острошког
2005–
Pakra Monastery
Манастир Пакра
1556[14]

North MacedoniaEdit

The Macedonian Orthodox church declared autocephaly on July 19, 1967, from the Serbian church, a move which is not recognised by any of the churches of the Eastern Orthodox Communion, and since then, the Macedonian Orthodox Church is not in communion with any Orthodox Church.[15] Several Serbian monasteries are thus in control of the non-recognized MOC, in reality part of the Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric. The following are founded by Serbs or in the control of the SOC:

Name Image Foundation Notes
Kakovo Monastery
Манастир Каково
?
Lesnovo monastery
Манастир Лесново
  1341
Marko's Monastery
Марков манастир
  1346
Matejić Monastery 1357 Located near Skopje and Kumanovo.
Saint George Monastery
Манастир светог Ђорђа
  1313–18 Located in Staro Nagoričane. It was built by Stefan Milutin on the ruins of an older Byzantine church, built in 1071.
Saint Nikita Monastery
Манастир светог Никите
- 1307

RomaniaEdit

Name Image Foundation Notes
Sveti Đorđe monastery
Манастир светог Ђорђа
1485
Šemljug monastery
Манастир Шемљуг
15th century
Sveti Simeon monastery
Манастир светог Симеона
Bazjaš monastery
Манастир Базјаш
  1225 According to folklore, the monastery was founded in 1225 by Archbishop Sava.[16]
Bezdin monastery
Манастир Бездин
1539
Zlatica monastery
Манастир Златица
Kusić monastery
Манастир Кусић
14th century
Sveti Đurađ monastery
Манастир свети Ђурађ
 

OthersEdit

English Serbian Cyrillic Country Founded Image
Hilandar Monastery Хиландар Greece
(Mount Athos monastic autonomous region)
1198  
Serbian Kovin Monastery Манастир Српски Ковин Hungary
(Ráckeve/ Srpski Kovin)
15th century  
Grabovac Monastery Грабовац Hungary
(Grábóc/ Grabovac)
14th century  
Monastery of the Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos in Himmelsthür Манастир Успења Пресвете Богородице у Химелстиру Germany
(Himmelsthür)
 
St. Sava's Serbian Orthodox Seminary and Monastery Манастир Светог Саве United States
(Libertyville, Illinois)
1923  
New Gračanica Monastery Нова Грачаница United States
(Third Lake, Illinois)
1984
Monastery of St. Paisius, Safford Манастир Светог Пајсија United States
(Safford, Arizona)
1993
Monastery of St. Herman of Alaska Манастир преп. Германа Аљаскинског United States
(Platina, California)
Monastery of the Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos Манастир Рождества Пресвете Богородице United States
(Springboro, Pennsylvania)
Monastery of Saint Mark, Sheffield Манастир Светог Марка United States
(Sheffield, Ohio)
St. Pachomious Monastery Манастир Светог Пахомија United States
(Greenfield, Missouri)
Holy Archangel Michael and All Angels Skete Манастир United States
(Weatherby, Missouri)
Marča Monastery Марча United States
(Richfield, Ohio)
Monastery of the Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos Манастир Рождества Пресвете Богородице United States
(New Carlisle, Indiana)
Serbian Orthodox Monastery of the Meeting of the Lord Манастир Сретење United States
(Escondido, California)
St. Archangel Michael Skete Mанастир Свети Архангел Михаилo United States
(Ouzinkie, Alaska)
St. Xenia Serbian Orthodox Skete Ckит Блажене Ксеније United States
(Lake Wildwood, California)
St. Nilus of Sora Serbian Orthodox Skete Ckит Нил Сорски United States
(Ouzinkie, Alaska)
St. Xenia of St. Petersburg Metochion Serbian Orthodox Monastery Манастир Блажене Ксеније United States
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
St. Nikolaj Velimirović Bishop of Žiča Serbian Orthodox Monastery Манастир Unites States
(China, Michigan)
Monastery of All Serbian Saints Манастир United States
(Columbus, Michigan)
Mother of God, Joy of All Who Sorrow Monastery Манастир Пресвете Богородице United States
(Monteagle, Tennessee)
The Holy Transfiguration Serbian Orthodox Monastery Манастир Светог Преображења Canada
(Campbellville, Ontario)
St. Sava - New Kalench Serbian Orthodox Monastery Свети Сава - Нови Каленић Australia
(Wallaroo, South Australia)
Protection of the Most Holy Theotokos Serbian Orthodox Monastery Заштита Пресвете Богородице Australia
(Tallong, New South Wales)
Saint Sava - Elaine Serbian Orthodox Monastery Свети Сава - Илејн Australia
(Elaine, Victoria)
Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos Skete - Inglewood Рождество Пресвете Богородице Australia
(Inglewood, South Australia)

Cave monasteriesEdit

There are several cave monasteries (built into mountains and caves) of the Serbian Orthodox Church, including those of the Holy Annunciation, Kovilje, Crna Reka, Gornjak, Hermitage of St. Peter Koriški, Kađenica, Lukovo, Rsovci, Savina, in Serbia, and Ostrog monastery, in Montenegro.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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