Vraćevšnica monastery

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The Vraćevšnica Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Враћевшница, romanizedManastir Vraćevšnica, pronounced [v̞rǎtɕɛːv̞ʃnitsa]) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery in Vraćevšnica, Gornji Milanovac, Serbia, built in 1428–29 on the orders of Radič (fl. 1389–1441), a magnate in the service of Stefan Lazarević and Đurađ Branković. It is part of the Žiča eparchate.

Vraćevšnica monastery
Crkva Svetog Djordja u manastiru Vracevsnica, Srbija.jpg
Church of St George
Monastery information
Full nameМанастир Враћевшница
OrderSerbian Orthodox
Established1428
Dedicated toSaint George
DioceseEparchy of Žiča
Controlled churchesSaint George
People
Founder(s)Radič Postupović
Site
LocationVraćevšnica, Gornji Milanovac, Serbia Serbia

It was built in the Resava architectural style and dedicated to Saint George.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Војислав Кораћ, Архитектура у средњовековној Србији, Сакрална архитектура; accessed 1 April 2018.(in Serbian)

Coordinates: 44°04′05″N 20°36′01″E / 44.06806°N 20.60028°E / 44.06806; 20.60028