Not big on visiting churches but as you walk around and see the history you notice the different cool churches.
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Now Orthodox, but this little church epitomizes the ability of Croats and Serbs to live and worship side by side for at least a couple hundred years, from 1657 to 1812, when each faith took turns holding service. The world is constantly changing. Not always...More
This is a small but sweet church in the old town. To me the outside was more interesting from the photographers point of view. With the mountains in the back ground and other monuments around, it presents a quaint picture of the old town. You...More
This church has an interesting history of being passed around various faiths by occupiers of the territory. It's alter and simple architecture are inspiring.
What a glorious church. Certainly not massive like so many of the famous churches, but very impressive nevertheless. You can buy a candle and light it in remembrance of someone or admire the artwork on the walls. Standing in this church and quietly reflecting, whilst...More
There are so many churches in this small old city, this small and looks to be one of oldest, dated 1195 it probably is.
What makes this church so interesting is that it used to be a Catholic school, more precisely until the middle of XVII century, but later because of the wars and the arrival of the Orthodox people in Kotor it was given to Orthodox believers for...More
So impressed with this small church. It's quaintness was as overwhelming as some of the largest churches we have seen in Europe. Such character. TIP: Before taking photos inside, always ask for permission, if possible. Remove your hat (if applicable), and don't use flash. Be...More
This small church is situated in a small square that is easy to find in Kotor. The church is in the middle of the square. Built in 1195, it has been through many transformations and has survived all the changes in Kotor and even survived...More