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This monastery is so beautiful it's almost unbelievable. I visited Serbia prior to visiting Kosovo and did a day trip with a guide who took me to a park of miniatures of Serbian Orthodox monasteries, where I saw a miniature of this one, its red...More
At the entrance to the site off the main road is a barrier and a small guard hut. You could park off road here and walk 0.6km. Or ask the guards to let you drive to the large parking lot but they'll only do this...More
The Orthodox church was built in 3 stages and the architecture of each portion is distinct. The frescos inside are stunning. It is under KOFOR guard, so a passport must be brought for the visit. Audio guides are available and are helpful in explaining the...More
This is a beautiful place in easy walking distance from the centre of Pec. The grounds are peaceful and very well maintained. The €2 entrance fee which included a very detailed audio guide in English, is incredible value. The outside of the church is incredible,...More
Patriarchate of Pec is one of the most important medieval monasteries in the Balkans, and definitely “must see” while in Western Kosovo/Pec. The monastery was built in 13th century and through the history it was a seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church. As of 2006,...More
The monastery can be reached by walking from the city center. It takes about 30 min. Don't forget to bring your passport or national ID because the guard checks before allowing entrance.
The monastery has an audit guide with very detailed information. The guide is...More
The inside of the church is beautifully decorated with ancient frescoes. They are very impressive. Also keep an eye out for the ancient tree in the courtyard, it was supposedly planted by St. Sava. This is certainly a must-do whilst in Pec. The two down...More