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The monastery was built some 200 years ago some five meters below the ground level, to hide the bell tower from the Turks.
The entrance is fee, the small chapel is nice, but honestly there are plenty of more interesting and attractive small monasteries in...More
The monastery was built in 1818 by the local preast upon request for permission of building to the Turk’s government. The local
Turkish pasha allowed construction under 3 conditions ... A fairly interesting story that you should hear yourself from local nuns. the interior of...More
This monastery allows you the extraordinary privilege of stepping back into a world which has passed by. In the mid 1850's the town of Berovo was given permission to build its own monastery and church - where the Macedonian Orthodox rite could be practiced.
This Monastery it's an orthodox Monastery and it was built in 19th century (1840 year). The building and the nature around are very beautiful. Here you can find a handmade mosaics wich are very beautiful also. The place is quiet and beautiful and you can...More
Monasteries, castles, cathedrals, synagogues are all on our bucket list of places to visit when out and about. This monastery was well worth the visit and I would highly suggest a visit when in the Berovo area.
Sitting towards the end of the town, the stunning yet very tranquil monastery welcomes you without being ostentatious .
Monastery is build in 1818, and per the Ottoman rule that nothing has to be bigger or ostentatious than mosque the monastery is nothing much from...More
The moment you enter the old door and cross the walls of the monastery, you enter a special spiritual space. It is peaceful, and dormant on the first site, but very special... The church was build under strange circumstances... It has to be lower than...More