Majstorovina Monastery (Serbian Cyrillic: Манастир Мајсторовина) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located in the village of Majstorovina in Bijelo Polje, Montenegro. It includes the Church of the Holy Trinity, dating back to the reign of Vukan Nemanjić. It was abandoned in the 17th century, its documents having been relocated to the Dobrilovina Monastery and the Nikoljac Monastery.
In terms of architectural and spatial traits, there is resemblance between the Uvac Monastery, Church of the Annunciation Monastery in Ovčar Banja, Pustinja Monastery, Dobrilovina Monastery, Majstorovina Monastery, Tronoša Monastery and others.
It includes the Church of the Holy Trinity, dating back to the reign of Vukan Nemanjić. In 1673, the valuables of the Ravna Reka monastery (Majstorovina) were transferred to the Dobrilovina monastery. These valuables, including books and church utensils, among which were an ancient panagia, were later transferred to the Nikoljac Monastery in Bijelo Polje.
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In terms of its spatial and architectural traits, the Church of the Virgin Mary of Uvac Monastery resembles the Church of the Annunciation Monastery at the foot of Mount Kablar, as well as some other shrines, such as Pustinja, Dobrilovina, Majstorovina, Tronoša and others.
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