Манастир Црна Река
Manastir Crna Reka
Crna Reka Monastery
|Dedicated to||Archangel Michael|
|Controlled churches||Church of Archangel Michael|
|Founder(s)||Milica of Serbia|
The Crna Reka Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Црна Река, romanized: Manastir Crna Reka; "Black River Monastery") is a 13th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery located in Ribariće, Tutin, southwestern Serbia. The monastery is situated at the gorges of Ibar Kolašin, on the Crna River [sr] ("Black River"), and includes the cave-church dedicated to Archangel Michael with 16th-century frescoes and relics of Saint Peter of Koriša. In the 16th century, Ottoman attacks forced the monks of Sopoćani to flee to the secluded Crna Reka Monastery.
- "Crna Reka Monastery". Atlas Obscura. Retrieved 11 March 2020.
- History of Crna Reka Monastery (in Serbian)
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