Monday, October 17, 2005


Serbian Orthodox Church of Saint Nicholas; this was built in the Fourteenth Century.

[Updated on the 25th of November 2005]

This was built and decorated between 1331 and 1332; it was funded by Serbian member of the elite, Dragoslav Tutic.

Kate M asked:
How is the interior condition of this structure? Fascinating from the outside...

By the way, good luck in Istanbul. Will you be attending Bogazici University? I'll be in "the city" in a few weeks. I can't wait to drink a real kahve...
The photograph doesn't show it well, but unfortunately, the church is surrounded by barbed wire and the interior inaccessible, so I can't say. (As for real kahve, I've found it really rare, though I have found a few good places.)

1 comment:

  1. How is the interior condition of this structure? Fascinating from the outside...

    By the way, good luck in Istanbul. Will you be attending Bogazici University? I'll be in "the city" in a few weeks. I can't wait to drink a real kahve... Happy Holidays, Kate

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