||It has been suggested that this article be merged into Romanian Orthodox Church, Malajnica. (Discuss) Proposed since May 2015.|
January 5, 1977 |
|Other names||Boian Alexandrovici, Boian Alexandru|
|Employer||Romanian Orthodox Church|
|Known for||Romanian Orthodox Church, Malajnica|
|Parent(s)||Miroslav and Iovanca|
|Awards||The Order "The Cultural Merit"|
Bojan Aleksandrović (Romanian: Boian Alexandrovici, born January 5, 1977) is the Romanian priest who in 2004 successfully defied the authorities to build Romanian Orthodox Church, Malajnica, the first Romanian Orthodox Church in eastern Serbia in two centuries. He has since established at least four other sites for future churches. Aleksandrović is pastor of the Romanian Orthodox community in Malajnica and Remesiana, Serbia, and protopresbyter of Dacia Ripensis.
- The Order "The Cultural Merit"
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