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Saint Sava
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Saint Sava
Date After 1237
Medium fresco
medium QS:P186,Q25631150
Ascension church, Mileseva monastery
Current location
Notes "The oldest preserved portrait of Saint Sava. Fresco from the east wall of the inner narthex of the Ascension church of Mileševa monastery, foundation of serbian king Vladislav, between 1222 and 1228." [1]
Source/Photographer [2] [3]
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Other versions File:StSava.jpg, File:Sveti Sava.png


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