Orthodox church of Holy Salvation, Cetina

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Church of Holy Salvation
Hram vasnesenja zadužbina Marka Četnika
Hlavni vyveracka reky Cetiny pod kostelem1.jpg
Location Cetina
Country Croatia
Denomination Serbian Orthodox
Administration
Archdiocese Eparchy of Dalmatia

Church of Holy Salvation in a small village of Cetina is a Serbian Orthodox church in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia. The church was built around 1940.[1] Church was restored in 1974 when was acquired new bells and erected stone fence around the churchyard.[2] In war in 1995, church was completely burned from the inside.[3] This church was built modeled on the Temple St. Joachim and Anna at the Studenica monastery.[4]

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