5 Sights in Boljevac Municipality, Serbia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Boljevac Municipality, Serbia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Boljevac Municipality, Serbia.

List of cities in Serbia Sightseeing Tours in Boljevac Municipality

1. Црква Светог Архангела Лозица

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Црква Светог Архангела Лозица НепознатUnknown author / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Monastery of Lozica or the Church of St. Archangel belongs to the Diocese of Timok of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The Church of St. Archangel of the former Monastery of Lozica, with the presence of two monks, was first mentioned in 1455 in the Turkish Census of the Vidin Sanjak. The church is located near Krivi Vir, belongs to the Diocese of Timok and it is not known when it was built. It is known to have been renovated several times in 1680 and 1850.

Wikipedia: Црква Светог Архангела Лозица (SR), Heritage Website

2. Манастир Лапушња

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Манастир Лапушња НепознатUnknown author / CC BY-SA 3.0

Lapusnja Monastery is located on the slopes of Rtanj, near the village of Lukova, not far from Boljevac. It was built by Duke Jovan Radul and the great parkalab, prefect of Gergina in 1500/1501, and the monastery church of St. Nicholas was painted in 1510, under the supervision of Prince Bogoj. The ruins of the monastery were conserved in 1973.

Wikipedia: Манастир Лапушња (SR), Heritage Website

3. Krepičevac Monastery

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Krepičevac Monastery Miloš Milojević / CC BY-SA 3.0

Krepičevac Monastery (Crnorečki) belongs to the Diocese of Timok of the Serbian Orthodox Church. It is located four kilometers north of the village of Jablanica in the gorge of the Radovan River. The monastery is dedicated to the Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos.

Wikipedia: Манастир Крепичевац (SR)

4. Old Stone Monument

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An ancient stone tablet, so-called. It was recorded in a sulfur wood village not far from the rural school. The record of the cross shape can be traced back to 1830. In, and dedicated to the villagers of chalcogenide village who suffered from plague in those years.

Wikipedia: Стари камени споменик (SR)

5. Боговинска пећина

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Bogovinska cave is located in eastern Serbia and is one of the longest caves in that part of the country. The total length of the cave channels is 5020 m. The length of the landscaped part of the cave is 550 m, and the area is 2201 m ².

Wikipedia: Боговинска пећина (SR)


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