The monastery Ravanica, with its church of the Ascension of the Lord
was built by Prince Lazar between the seventies and eighties of the XIV
The monastery Ravanica and its church of the Ascension of the Lord occupy an especially important place in Serbian medieval history, both because of their historical role, and because of their importance for the development of Serbian architecture, ornamental sculpture and painting.
The monastery was built between the seventies and eighties of the 14th century …
The whole complex of Ravanica monastery, and especially the church, is
an architectural entity of unusual importance…
The relics of the Holy Prince Lazar were brought to Ravanica for the first time in 1390 from the church of the Holy Apostles in Prishtina …
Within the Monastery complex there is a monastery store with herbal preparations, melems and other products made by monks of this Monastery.
The monastery is located 10 km from Ćuprija near the Belgrade – Niš highway.
+ 381 035 434 596
Morning worship at 6am
Evening worship at 5.30pm
on Thursday and Saturday at 7am