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Ovo je manastir Studenica sa prednje strane.
Imam fotografije sa druge strane manastira odakle se vidi i Kraljeva crkva (prethodna fotografija) ali imao sam kontra svetlost i prazno nebo, što se ovde na TE-u ne ceni puno a sa ove strane sam imao puno drveća i šiblja koje su mi pravile senke na zidinama.
Kupole su druge boje a i same konstrukcije manastira zato što su svi naši pravoslavni manastiri bili spaljivani a nekada rušeni i do temelja tokom vladavine Otomanskog carstva.
U trećem milenijumu smmo doživeli da na našoj vekovnoj domovini u pokrajini Kosovo porušeno preko 100 manastira od strane ekstremista i secesora albanske nacionalnosti a sami manastiri su ograđeni bodljikavim žicama kako bi ostali zaštićeni od daljih rušenja i paljenja.
Vidim da neki članovi TE postavljaju srpske pravoslavne crkve sa Kosova kao nekakve džamije, ne to nisu džamije to su pravoslavne crkve i manastiri kojima su iako pod zaštitom UNESCO-a polomljeni krstovi a te svetinje albanci prisvajaju iako kad su te svetinje građene Albanci nisu ni živeli na tom području.
Biću malo ironičan, zašto bi Albanci koji su pretežno muslimanski narod a delimično ima i katolika gradili pravoslavne hramove na svojoj teritoriji.
Kosovo je Sveta Srpska zemlja na kojoj su srpski kraljevi pre deset vekova pravili ove pravoslavne svetinje.


This is Studenica Monastery from the front.
I have photographs on the other side of the monastery from where the Royal Church (the previous photo) can be seen, but I had the contrast of the light and the empty sky, which is not appreciated here on the TE much, and on this side I had a lot of trees and shrubs that made my shadows on the walls.
Dormitories are other colors and the very constructions of the monasteries because all of our Orthodox monasteries were burned down and sometimes demolished to the foundations of the Ottoman Empire.
In the third millennium, we experienced the destruction of over 100 monasteries by the extremists and secessionists of Albanian ethnicity in our centuries-old homeland in Srebian province of Kosovo, and the monasteries themselves are surrounded by barbed wire in order to remain protected from further demolitions and burnings.
I see that some members of the TE are being set up by the Serbian Orthodox churches from Kosovo as some kind of mosque, not the mosque, which are Orthodox churches and monasteries, although they have been broken by crosses under the protection of UNESCO, and these holy Albanians have been appropriated, although when these holy buildings were built, the Albanians did not live in that area.
I will be a bit ironic, why Albanians who are predominantly Muslim people and partly have Catholics also built Orthodox temples in their territory.
Kosovo is a holy Serbian country where the Serbian kings made these Orthodox shrines ten centuries ago.

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