Cave Church, Lukovo

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Pećinska
Pećinska church
Basic information
Location Lukovska Banja,  Serbia
Affiliation Serbian Orthodoxy
Leadership Serbian Orthodox Church
Architectural description
Architectural type cave-church
Completed 14th century
Specifications
Materials Stone

The Church of Sts. Peter and Paul, known as the Cave Church (Serbian: Pećinska crkva), is a Serbian Orthodox cave-church in the heights of Kalik on the right gorges of Stara planina near Lukovska Banja, southern Serbia. It was built in the 14th century and is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. It has a unique fresco of Jesus called the "Bald Jesus" (ćelavi Isus).[1] It is part of the Monastery of St. Archangel Gabriel (manastir Sv. Arhangela Gavrila).[2]

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