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VoA: Besieged Orthodox Church a Flashpoint of Kosovo’s Lingering Tension (Kossev)

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A group of pilgrims drove six hours from Belgrade into the former Serbian province of Kosovo – to pray at this church. It is one of the most revered Serbian Orthodox Churches in the world, the 14th-century – Visoki Decani. It houses the tomb of King Stefan Decanski, considered by Serbs – a holy monarch. VOA reporter Jamie Dettmer has recently brought the story to U.S. viewers from the UNESCO protected Serb and world heritage site.

“I come from Belgrade, but my roots are actually here. Our nation is very old, that is why it’s so important to us,” said Jelena, a Serbian resident.

See at: https://kossev.info/besieged-orthodox-church-a-flashpoint-of-kosovos-lingering-tension/

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