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Zica Monastery

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I was treated nicely by the nuns. The atmosphere is great. I bought some local products they they... read more

Reviewed August 11, 2018
Juan G
Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
For visitors rather than locals there are better monasteries

I was disappointed with this site compared to say Sopocani and the little known Crna Reka... read more

Reviewed July 24, 2018
Kevin S
Pontypridd, United Kingdom
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Kraljevo 36221, Serbia
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Reviewed August 11, 2018

I was treated nicely by the nuns. The atmosphere is great. I bought some local products they they sell inside, like food.

Thank Juan G
Reviewed July 24, 2018

I was disappointed with this site compared to say Sopocani and the little known Crna Reka monastery. I would say its reputation has been built on the religious importance it has to locals, quite rightly, rather than on the architectural or historic merit to visitors....More

1  Thank Kevin S
Reviewed July 15, 2018

Beside its historical value, and spiritual comfort, you can spend a couple hours enjoying a peaceful world of this magical place. As added bonus, you can purchase excellent home made liquors at very affordable price. It is all natural, made within monastire. If you are...More

1  Thank zoran m
Reviewed June 24, 2018

This is an amazing monastery very close to Kraljevo. Perhaps it is one of the most important monasteries of Serbia. In our journey around Serbia we visited some of them but this was really the most beautiful.

1  Thank Soccca
Reviewed November 7, 2017

Built in early 13 century by Serbian King Stefan-the-first-crowned and by first Serbian Archbishop Saint Sava. Very important place for Serbian identity.

1  Thank Borislav R
Reviewed August 7, 2017 via mobile

Awesome. Serbian Orthodox History. Great complex and a spiritual gem of the world not just Serbia. A must visit for a Christian pilgrimage and / or historical tour.

Thank Zoran P
Reviewed August 7, 2017

Travelling from Tara to Pirot we have visited the monastery of Žiča. This is an early 13th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery near Kraljevo. Different from most of the monasteries we have visited as Rača (near Bajina Basta) and Poganovo (near Pirot) which were built in difficult...More

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Reviewed June 21, 2017

Medivial serbian ortodox Nemanjic dinasty churches are very interesting to visit. So, start from north near the town of Kraljevo...

1  Thank nevenjerkovic
Reviewed December 23, 2016

monastery Zica is a must visit and a starting point if you intend to jump on the spiritual visit of Serbian history since Nemanjic dynasty. Next stop Studenica

1  Thank stnichola
Reviewed December 7, 2016 via mobile

This stunning, early 13th century monastery is one of the most important places in Serbian medieval history. It is the church where all Serbian kings were crowned and it was the first seat of Serbian archbishop. Monastery is excellently kept, very peaceful and quiet. The...More

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Cynthia A
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Response from Zoran P | Reviewed this property |
Greetings Cynthia Yes there are nuns who greet you. they will find you or be in the souvenir shop . I'm not sure about contact beforehand,I'm sure you could find an email adress. The nun had a huge basket of apples and... More