The Church of Saint Panteleimon (Macedonian: Црква Свети Пантелеjмон, romanized: Crkva Sveti Pantelejmon) in Gorno Nerezi, North Macedonia, is a small 12th-century Byzantine church located in a monastery complex. The church and monastery are dedicated to St. Panteleimon, the patron saint of physicians. The church was constructed in 1164 as a foundation of Alexios Angelos, a son of Constantine Angelos.
The church has a domed cruciform core, three apses, and a rectangular narthex. It is built of irregular stone blocks and brick embedded in thick layers of mortar. The surrounding monastery complex is enclosed by walls.
Martin Grupcev | Mar 7, 2018
Very beautiful monastery located on the mountain Vodno.
Dimitrij Bogdanovski | Feb 20, 2018
Must see if y re in Skopje, definitely
Zdravko Cacanoski | Dec 28, 2017
Monastery on a very good location for visiting all year arround. Next to the monastery is Makedonsko selo etno complex with hotel and traditional restaurant. Located on Mount Vodno
sylvia workvideo | Jan 1, 2018
Superb 12c Bysantine frescoes restored 1972 monk sais,, if locked-wait a bit for the monks to open the chirch, and a taxi from Skopje is 5 euro. No photo inside. Small entrance fee. Large parking shared with adjacent ethno complex Makedonsko selo. Bus introduced recently every 2h.
Petar Stojcevski | Dec 10, 2017
One of the oldest monasteries in Macedonia, with a wonderful view of Skopje.
Perica Kuvar | Jun 5, 2018
Holy Panteleimon.... If you listen carefully you can find a God there...
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