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St. Nikola is the most important Orthodox Church in Kotor. It was built in 1902 on the foundations of an older building that was destroyed by fire in the nineteenth century. It was built in the Pseudo-Byzantine style as one-nave church. The church has a...More
I found this a place of thoughtful reflection. Some inside were praying but we tourists were welcome to walk and stand and watch. I was most impressed in that dark, candle-lit interior with many icons to admire and think about.
Don’t judge a book by its cover and never judge a church by it’s doorway. This severe facade hides a small gem of an interior. The church was built around the beginning of the 20th century after the original structure was lost to fire. The...More
St Nicholas is the most important orthodox church in Kotor and is to be found in St. Luke's Square. The exterior is framed with two bell towers topped by golden crossed. Inside you'll be able to see a stunning mosaic
A relatively new church in the old town. Completed in 1909 and still very much alive as a meeting point of the Serb Orthodox community. As other reviewers have mentioned striking are the huge paintings of four evangelists Luke, Matthew, Mark and John directly visible...More
The first thing I noticed upon entering was the huge portraits lining the walls. They are really impressive to look at and I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like it in a church before.
There’s a lot to look at in here and...More