Photos

Photographer's Note

Vidovad 2020.

Vidovdan je nepokretni verski praznik koga praznuju Srpska Pravoslavna Crkva, kod Srba je poznat pod nazivom Vidovdan
Znacaj Vidovdana za srpski narod proistice iz istorijskih dogadjaja koji su vezani za taj datum. Od svih je najznacajniji Kosovski boj, pogibija Kneza Lazara (1371—1389) i tzv. propast Srpskog carstva, pa se tog dana slavi crkveni praznik Svetog velikomucenika Kneza Lazara i svetih srpskih mucenika.
Praznik je posvecen Caru Lazaru, jednom od srpskih velikana koji su vladali srpskim carstvom nakon smrti Dusana Silnog.
Nakon smrti cara Urosa, patrijarh Jefrem je tadasnjeg Kneza Lazara, krunisao za srpskog cara. Lazar je slao izaslanstvo u Carigrad sa monahom Isaijom i molio se da se skine anatema sa srpskog naroda. 28. juna 1389. godine posle bitke na Kosovu, pobede srpske vojske i smrti sultana Murata, veliki deo turske vojske je krenuo u povlacenje, ali nekolicina se nije potpuno povukla i oni su kasnije u toku dana izvrsili zasedu na cara Lazara i njegovo obezbedjenje i uspeli su da ga ubiju. Njegovo telo preneto je i sahranjeno u Manastiru Ravanica kod Cuprije.



Vidovad 2020.

Vidovdan is an immovable religious holiday celebrated by the Serbian Orthodox Church, known to Serbs as Vidovdan
The significance of Vidovdan for the Serbian people stems from the historical events related to that date. The most significant of all is the Battle of Kosovo, the death of Prince Lazar (1371-1389) and the so-called the downfall of the Serbian Empire, and on that day the church holiday of the Holy Great Martyr Prince Lazar and the Holy Serbian Martyrs.
The holiday is dedicated to Tsar Lazar, one of the Serbian greats who ruled the Serbian Empire after the death of Dusan the Strong.
After the death of Emperor Uros, Patriarch Jefrem crowned the then Prince Lazar as the Serbian Emperor. Lazar sent a delegation to Constantinople with the monk Isaiah and prayed that the anathema be removed from the Serbian people. On June 28, 1389, after the battle of Kosovo, the victory of the Serbian army and the death of Sultan Murat, a large part of the Turkish army withdrew, but several did not withdraw completely and they later in the day ambushed Emperor Lazar and his security and they managed to kill him. His body was transferred and buried in the Ravanica monastery near Cuprija.

ikeharel, jhm, Fis2, PiotrF, COSTANTINO, adramad trouve(nt) cette note utile

Photo Information
Viewed: 0
Points: 22
Discussions
  • None
Additional Photos by Pavle Randjelovic (pajaran) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12187 W: 2888 N: 24290] (100660)
View More Pictures
explore TREKEARTH