A Major Cultural Route of the Council of Europe
Romanesque influences spread to present day Serbia from Italy via the Adriatic region. The fusion of Romanesque and Byzantine elements in Serbian medieval art is best captured in the spectacular monasteries across Serbia’s mountainous central and southern regions. Representative of the so-called Raška School, these structures illustrate the common cultural and historical threads between European East and West.
On the Transromanica Route, you will experience an intimate look at some of the best-preserved churches and monasteries from the Raška School, the hidden gems remaining from the Roman period in Serbia. The Transromanica route in Serbia is part of the broader European cultural and tourist route, which features Roman era monuments across Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Spain and Slovenia.
INFORMATIONTransromanica Association www.transromanica.com