The Monastery, located on the height of 236 meters, was constructed in the XIV century during the rule of King Milutin. According to the legend, Prince Lazar’s daughter and Sultan Bayezid’s wife, Olivera, used to live here after the Mongols had defeated her husband. Starting from the second half of XIX century, religious service was performed in the monastery with interruptions, due to its dilapidated state and the possibility of collapsing. Tables and benches are available for usage in the garden of the monastery in a case that you would like to take a short rest.
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