Kraljeva Sutjeska Fransiscan Friary

Kakanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Kraljeva Sutjeska is a Bosnian Franciscan monastery in Bosnia and Herzegovina.It includes a museum in which it houses historical treasures, a library which keeps rare and valuable historical records. There are around 11,000 works in the library, including 31 incunabula and works in Bosnian Cyrillic. The earliest parish register is preserved since 1641. There are also a number of Ottoman Turkish documents.

It also includes Grgurevo, a site where the kings' castle from 1330 along with his remains are located.

The historically important dwelling of Bosnian kings, Bobovac, is also a short distance from the castle remains and the monastery, as well as other sights of Kraljeva Sutjeska.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Religious sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Ja Da (2 years ago)
Ok
Lejla Krdzalic (3 years ago)
A lot of history mixed with beautiful nature.
Ina Šegvić Kauković (3 years ago)
Amazing cultural heritage. Huge religion monastery looking so special. All around is greenary,river and quiet.
Dragan Krešić (3 years ago)
Beautifull Bosnian piece of history
Ahmed Rifatbegovic (4 years ago)
Great place, full of wisdom and history!
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