Osovica Monastery

Srbac, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Osovica Monastery is located on the border of the villages of Gornja Lepenica and Seferovci, on the territory of Srbac Municipality, in the Motajica Mountain.The first mention of the Osovica Monastery dates from 1330, preserved on the imprint of the monastery seal.



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


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Vedran Gojić (11 months ago)
Myriam Montes (2 years ago)
Very nice and beautiful place
Dragana P. (3 years ago)
Beautiful Monastery near Srbac. Finally there is no network coverage and you can find peace from all worldy things and worries for a while...
Danijela Kardaš (5 years ago)
Holy place ❤️ You should go there 100% Perfect nature, architecture and peace.
Dusko Rakic (5 years ago)
Very peaceful
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