Presentation of the Holy Virgin Monastery
Dolac, Kosovo
The Presentation of the Holy Virgin Monastery was founded in the fourteenth century on a hill overlooking the village of Dolac, near Klina, in northwestern Kosovo. A Serbian Orthodox monastery, it was restored in the 17th century under the Ottomans. It was notable for its frescoes, which ranged in date from the late 15th century to the early 16th century. The monastery was destroyed in July 1999 by Kosovar Albanian villagers returning from exile.


Riedlmayer, Andras. ca. 2000. "Sample Images from the Kosovo Cultural Heritage Survey." [Accessed February 19, 2008]

Website of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Raska and Prizren. "Dolac Monastery of the Holy Virgin. " [Accessed February 19, 2008]

Kim, Erp. March 17, 2003. "UNESCO Delegation to Kosovo and Metohija Continued Tour of Cultural Monuments and Religious Sites," Info-Service. [Accessed February 19, 2008]
overlooking Klina Valley, Diocese of Raska and Prizren, Dolac, Kosovo
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Vavedenje (Bringing of the Virgin to the Temple)
Dolac Monastery of the Holy Virgin
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