Church of St. Panteleimon – Gorno Nerezi, North Macedonia - Atlas Obscura

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Church of St. Panteleimon

Gorno Nerezi, North Macedonia

See gorgeous frescoes at this modest Byzantine place of worship. 

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The Church of Saint Panteleimon 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. Although most of the structure’s original walls crumbled over the centuries, artists restored many of the beautifully colored frescoes, which can still be admired today.

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The church is free to visit and open to the public.

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