7 Sights in Sid Municipality, Serbia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sid 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 7 sights are available in Sid Municipality, Serbia.

List of cities in Serbia Sightseeing Tours in Sid Municipality

1. Црква Свете Марије

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The Church of Saint Mary in Morović is a Roman Catholic church in Vojvodina, Serbia. The church was built in XII-XIII century period, later extended, and at the end of the XIX century restored. The Gothic nave with a bell tower was added to the original Romanesque church in the 14th century. During the Middle Ages the church was a seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Morović that was first mentioned in 1239. It was created as an answer to the spread of the Bogomilism of the Bosnian Church. The Archdiocese reached its peak around 1330 when it had about forty local parishes under its jurisdiction. On 1 May 1414 Pope John XXII decorated the rector of the church in Morović and his successors with the title of praepositus and gave him wide jurisdiction over rectors of other churches in the region and exempted him from the authority of the Bishop of Pécs. The Ottoman Empire conquered Morović in 1529 and controlled it up until 1687. The church was burned down by the Ottoman forces in 1664, remained uncovered for 40 years, and was restored only in 1704. Autonomous Province of Vojvodina protected the building as a historical monument on 5 February 1954. Conservation works were carried out in the period of the Socialist Republic of Serbia between 1968 and 1972.

Wikipedia: Church of Saint Mary, Morović (EN), Heritage Website

2. Djipsa

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The Divša Monastery, also known as Đipša (Ђипша), is a Serb Orthodox monastery on the Fruška Gora mountain in the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina. It is believed to have been founded by Despot Jovan Branković in the late 15th century. The earliest historical records about the monastery date to the second half of the 16th century. Owing to Turkish raids, the monastery was deserted in the 17th century; at the beginning of the 18th century, Dipša was mentioned as an appendage of the neighbouring Kuveždin monastery. Its old church underwent reconstruction in 1744, but the final alteration was made in 1762, when a new narthex was built. A chapel dedicated to the Mother of God was placed therein, upstairs. The iconostasis for the restored church was carried out by Teodor Stefanov Gologlavac in 1753.

Wikipedia: Divša Monastery (EN), Heritage Website

3. Црква Светог Николаjа

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The Church of St. Nicholas in Šid is Serbian Orthodox church in Vojvodina, Serbia. The church is dedicated to St. Nicholas. It is the primary centrally located Eastern Orthodox church in the town and a protected cultural monument. The building was constructed in the second half of the 18th century and completed in 1780. At the time, modern day Vojvodina was a part of the Habsburg monarchy in which Šid was located close to the Ottoman Serbia. At the time of the construction of the Eastern Orthodox church in Šid, Habsburg Monarchy implemented numerous legal reforms such as Declaratory Rescript of the Illyrian Nation and Patent of Toleration which improved legal standing of the Eastern Orthodox subjects.

Wikipedia: Church of St. Nicholas, Šid (EN), Heritage Website

4. Црква Свете Богородице

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The Serbian Orthodox Church of the Holy Mother of God in Morović was built in the first half of the 19th century, on the site of an old Orthodox church from the beginning of the 18th century, which according to archival data was made of wattles, covered with shingles. Today's church represents immovable cultural heritage as a cultural monument of great importance.

Wikipedia: Српска православна црква Свете Богородице у Моровићу (SR), Heritage Website

5. Спомен Кућа Саве Шумановића

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swamanovic's house in a shantytown was originally raised in 1867. Years as a brewery, so the post office, as a monument to culture, represents immovable cultural assets and is of great significance. For many years, a radio painter has been living inside her, and he is filming sumanovic. It's on savi Forest Man Street at Number 10.

Wikipedia: Кућа Саве Шумановића у Шиду (SR), Heritage Website

6. Тврђава Моровић

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The Morovik Fortress is a medieval fortification, a varosh on the barefoot estuary, an atari in the village of Morovik, and a Shiite in the municipality. It was not called until 1332. Years, which represent an immovable cultural asset, are of great significance as cultural monuments.

Wikipedia: Тврђава Моровић (SR)

7. Гроб и споменик Филипу Вишњићу

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The grave and tombstone of Filip Višnjić are located in Višnjićevo, a populated place on the territory of the municipality of Šid. The monument was erected in 1878, through the efforts of school youth, on the grave of Filip Višnjić.

Wikipedia: Гроб и споменик Филипу Вишњићу (SR)


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