The Church of St. Nicholas, also known as Tutić Church (Tutićeva crkva) is a Serbian Orthodox church. It was founded in 1331-1332 by Dragoslav Tutić, whose monastic name was Nikola (Nicholas), and his wife Bela. Later, the church became a possession of the Visoki Dečani Monastery. Since 1990, it has been on Serbia’s list of Monuments of Culture of Exceptional Importance. At the time of the 2004 unrest in Kosovo, the church was vandalized. Since 2005, with financial support from the European Union, work has been undertaken to restore the church to its original state.
- Sheshi i Shadërvanit, Prizren