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Church of Blazena Ozana

Old town Kotor, Kotor Municipality, Montenegro
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Artistic!

There are many churches in Kotor and this one is from the 12th century. The door of this church... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
SagarVS
,
India
Blessed Ozana in a coffin

A beautiful old church in the center of Kotor old town,that was built in 1221 on the site of a... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
Petru V
,
Port St Francis, South Africa
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“glass coffin” (2 reviews)
“old town” (3 reviews)
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Old town Kotor, Kotor Municipality, Montenegro
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are many churches in Kotor and this one is from the 12th century. The door of this church looked different and artistic. There are a few frescoes in side the church and they are from the 15th century created by Greek artists.

Thank SagarVS
Reviewed 13 June 2017

A beautiful old church in the center of Kotor old town,that was built in 1221 on the site of a 6th-century basilica. This is not something you’ll want to skip. This Catholic Church is distinguished by impressive 20th-century bronze doors covered in bas-reliefs, depicting the...More

1  Thank Petru V
Reviewed 27 January 2017

Take a moment and slow down to enjoy this truly lovely ancient church. Breathtaking icons and art. Kotors treasure

Thank seniorcarensb
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

Wow. The history behind this church is I the walls with its paintings and carvings. The alter is beautiful. Make sure you have a guide as it is worth finding out the history behind the church

Thank sunshinecoastgirl
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Worth a quick look if in old town Kotor. The door is beautiful. The church is ok and interesting. Was here about 20 mins.

Thank Ace28065
Reviewed 12 August 2016

The Church of Blazena Ozana is dedicated to the blessed Ozana. She was a nun that helped the Kotor's inhabitants to fight against the Turks in the XVI century. The church have a very nice bronze doorway and in the interior the frescos shown the...More

Thank CriXP83
Reviewed 4 August 2016

This small church sits on the site of a church which dates to the 500 AD era. The present church dates to about mid 1200's. The frescoes are Greek and estimates put the paintings at about the 14th century. It is a treat to see...More

Thank on_the_go_98765
Reviewed 6 July 2016

Old Town Kotor is a great place to visit and this church is just one of the reasons why. We enjoyed exploring it on our own.

Thank becpen
Reviewed 20 September 2015

The beautiful door tells a story that was explained to us by our guide. The church opens to the public at 9am. No entrance fee. It is small and holds some precious pieces.the alter is typical of the time. The person on duty sells books...More

2  Thank Angela J
Reviewed 3 September 2015

An interesting experience learning about Blessed Ozana and seeing her remains in the glass covered coffin in the church. We came across the church by accident and I asked the lady in the church who Blessed Ozana was, and tried to find out her story-...More

4  Thank CazzyWarwickshire
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