Franciscan monastery St. Catharine, in Kreševo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been established between 1521 and 1524. The monastery has been serving its community for centuries, and the Catholic traditions here are very strong.

The monastery has a rustic museum, library and gallery. The monastery as an architectural ensemble, together with a number of its movable property and items, is being included into the List of National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina since 2003.

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Founded: 1521
Category: Religious sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Marija Tavra (2 years ago)
Super
Feda Aaron Bucic (5 years ago)
Very friendly priest with good explanation of area and habitats. Nice museum.
Kijana Pinjo (5 years ago)
For beauties of nature and food, for the Monestery and for my own personal memories.
Mato Čiča (6 years ago)
Part of property of historic church in small bosnian historic place.
Jasna Nujic (6 years ago)
Nice place to visit. Gorgeous location and friendly Franciscans.
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