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One of the oldest pre-Romanesque buildings in Montenegro, it was built in the 9th century. According to legend, it was erected by Benedictine monks, who gifted the Christians of Budva an icon of the Virgin.
Stari Grad bb, Budva, Budva Municipality, Montenegro
Located in front of the Church of the Holy Trinity ( Orthodox Church), this attraction has no signs telling its name. Several tourists like me asked each other what it is.
Anyway, I just took several pictures and moved on. It appeared to be closed...More
The exterior is nice to look at and get a couple of pictures. There’s one too many tourists around here and the church is apparently closed most of the time. So like us then, you probably won’t see the interior.
Beautiful church, now there is an art gallery inside of it. Also, In front of this church is one of the sites where the festival "Grad theater" takes place during the summer. Very peaceful and quiet place which makes the Old Town of Budva prettier.
It is located in the real heart of an Old city,full of tourists with cameras. I have seen many interesting cultural events there, jazz concerts and concerts of classical music in front of the church on the plateau, and in the church there are permanent...More
The church is no longer used as a church but now houses an art gallery but the item of real interest is the excellent marine motif Roman mosaic now located inside the building.
The ceiling of the church is also interesting due to its construction...More
The church is located in the south west part of the old town of Budva next to the city walls and was founded by the Benedictines in 840 but had been rebuilt several times because of earthquakes.The Benedictines handed the monastery over to the Frnaciscans...More