Coordinates: 41°24′14.46″N 21°32′17.74″E / 41.4040167°N 21.5382611°E
Monastery of Treskavec ( Macedonian: Манастир Трескавец), or St. Bogorodica, is a monastery situated on the rocky Mount Zlatovrv, 8 km north of Prilep, in the Republic of Macedonia. Built in the 12th century, it currently has only one monk.  
The monastery possesses a large collection of
Byzantine frescoes. The oldest remaining date from the 15th century. 
It was rebuilt in the 14th century by Serbian kings
Stefan Milutin and Stefan Dušan. In the mid-16th century it was renovated by  knez Dimitrije Pepić (d. 1566) of Kratovo. 
However, the monastery was destroyed by a fire in the early 2010s and, apart from the church, it is now in ruins. As of 2015, no restoration work has been launched by the Macedonian government.
The monastery was the burial place of Serbian noblemen
Dabiživ Čihorić and Gradislav Borilović.
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View from the top of Treskavec
Treskavec and surroundings
Treskavec Monastery in the early 1900s
Treskavets Monastery as of August 2015
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