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    by Zvrlj Updated Jun 3, 2009

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    Rezevici Monastery is settled in Rezevici village, above small place called Perazica Do. According to legend, near Monastery had been a pillar on which Pastrovici (Montenegrian tribe) had put glass of wine for passengers. One of those who had took the break and had drunk from that glass had been Stefan Nemanjic called Prvovencani, Serbian king. He had built the church dedicated to the Resurrection of Holy Mother of God – Crkva Uspenija Presvete Bogorodice. Other church in the monastery complex had been erected by Serbian emperor Dusan Nemanjic called Silni (The Mighty) but it had not been preserved. Now, on its place there is bigger church built in 1770 and dedicated to Holly Trinity – Crkva Svete Trojice. The monastery was damaged by Turkish and French army several times. In 1941, Italian army devastated and robbed it.

    Nowadays, beauty, calmness, fantastic view and adorable monastery kittens (see photo No. 2) make this place unforgettable.

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    Rezevici Monastery is settled in Rezevici village, above small place called Perazica Do. According to legend, near Monastery had been a pillar on which Pastrovici (Montenegrian tribe) had put glass of wine for passengers. One of those who had took the break and had drunk from that glass had been Stefan Prvovencani, Serbian king. He had built the church dedicated to the Resurrection of Holy Mother of God.

    Other church in the monastery complex had been erected by Serbian emperor Dusan but it had not been preserved. Now, on its place there is bigger church built in 1770 and dedicated to Holly Trinity.

    The icons of the altarpiece in this church were painted by Montenegrian painter Marko Gregovic, educated in Vienna and the first one to have exhibition in Montenegro, in Cetinje in 1896.

    Church of Holly Trinity
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    by Zvrlj Updated Jun 3, 2009

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    Rezevici Monastery is settled in Rezevici village, above small place called Perazica Do. According to legend, near Monastery had been a pillar on which Pastrovici (Montenegrian tribe) had put glass of wine for passengers. One of those who had took the break and had drunk from that glass had been Stefan Prvovencani, Serbian king. He had built the church dedicated to the Resurrection of Holy Mother of God – Crkva Uspenija Presvete Bogorodice. Interior of this very small church is decorated with frescoes.

    Church of Resurrection of Holy Mother of God
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Rezevici Off The Beaten Path

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    by Zvrlj Updated Apr 2, 2007

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    Perazica Do is beautiful tourist village and small rocky beach. It the nearest beach to the village Rezevici and it is connected to Petrovac na Moru by tunnel. Walk from Perazica Do to Petrovac na Moru is very pleasant, but be sure to have some kind of light as the tunnel is absolutely dark in some parts.

    Perazica Do beach Path from Rezevici to Perazica Do View of Perazica Do from Rezevici
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