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Hermitage of St. Peter of Koriša

Hermitage and Monastery of Saint Peter Koriški is a ruin of the hermitage and monastery located in Koriša, Prizren The Monastery is an ancient cave dwelling that was abandoned in 1453 after the Turkish invasion. After monastery disbandment, remains of St. Peter Koriški were moved to the Crna Reka Monastery in 1572. Hermitage of Saint Peter Koriški was declared cultural monument on 16 December 1950, and registered as a Protected Monument of Culture in 1990, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia. The construction of this church began in the end of the 11th century, and it continued until the 14th century. It is also known as “The Bad Church” because of the inconvenient location it is located in. MAP


  • Korishë