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Manastir Sisojevac.

Podignut je najverovatnije u osmoj deceniji 14. veka, a u izvorima se prvi put pominje 1398. godine, u jednoj povelji kneginje Milice, izdatoj, verovatnom ktitoru manastira, monahu Sisoju Sinaitu. Iguman Sisoje je od knjeginje dobio tada imanje u tzv. Paracinskom brodu, na reci Crnici. Manastir je bio zaduzbina iz vremena srpskog kneza Lazara Hrebeljanovica. Manastirska crkva je podignuta u Moravskom stilu i posvecena je Preobrazenju, a zivopis u njenoj unutrasnjosti, sacuvan samo u fragmentima, potice iz vremena posle 1402. godine. Krajem 17. veka je manastir napusten i vremenom je zarusen, kakvim ga opisuje i Feliks Kanic.
Manastirski monasi su 1509. godine odlazili da skupljaju milostinju u Rusiji. U manastirskoj crkvi su po njihovom kazivanju tada bile mosti Sv. Sisoja. Postojao je veliki kult njegovog obozavanja u narodu, koji se tu okupljao mada je svetinja bila tesko dostupna, u gustoj sumi. U pismu pisanom u Pozarevcu 25. maja 1689. godine, Patrijarh Arsenije Carnojevic navodi medju nepokretnim dobrima manastira Ravanice i "metoh Sisoje na Crvniku na krstate Crnice" (Crnice). Manastir se zaista oduvek nalazio na posedu ravanickom. Dva veka kasnije, godine 1891. u analizi geografske austrijske karte Srbije iz 1721. godine, kaze se da su "na izvoru Crnice oko sadasnjih razvalina manastira" dva sela. Videla su se u toj slabo naseljenoj oblasti samo sela Sisojevac i Manastir.

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Sisojevac Monastery.

It was most likely built in the eighth decade of the 14th century, and it was first mentioned in the sources in 1398, in a charter of Princess Milica, issued to the likely founder of the monastery, the monk Sisoj Sinait. Abbot Sisoje received from the princess a property in the so-called Paracin boat, on the river Crnica. The monastery was an endowment from the time of the Serbian prince Lazar Hrebeljanovic. The monastery church was built in the Moravian style and is dedicated to the Transfiguration, and the painting in its interior, preserved only in fragments, dates from the time after 1402. At the end of the 17th century, the monastery was abandoned and fell into ruins over time, as Felix Kanitz describes it.
In 1509, the monastery monks went to collect alms in Russia. According to them, the relics of St. Sisoya. There was a great cult of his worship among the people, who gathered there even though the shrine was difficult to reach, in a dense forest. In a letter written in Pozarevac on May 25, 1689, Patriarch Arsenije Carnojevic mentions among the immovable assets of the Ravanica monastery "the metoh of Sisoja na Crvnik on the crosses of Crnice" (Crnice). Indeed, the monastery has always been located on Ravanicki property. Two centuries later, in 1891, in the analysis of the Austrian geographical map of Serbia from 1721, it is said that "at the source of Crnica around the current ruins of the monastery" there are two villages. Only the villages of Sisojevac and Manastir were visible in that sparsely populated area.

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