Strolling in the old city paved with cobblestones, the old churches are connected to the mansions of former officials. There are many details on the outside, and the inside is magnificent, which is different from other churches in Europe. From an artistic point of view, the frescoes are beautifully painted!
The Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas is the most famous and spectacular building in Kotor. The interior decoration of this Orthodox church is simple. There are large oil paintings of Christian saints on the side walls of the church, and religious paintings such as Jesus on the altar wall in front. The Sacristy Museum is located on the second floor of the cathedral. Tickets are required to enter. Most of the religious ritual artifacts of various periods are displayed, mainly silverware.
The Church of St. Nicholas in Kotor was built between 1902 and 1909. There was a church built in 1810 on the original site, but it burned down on Christmas Eve in 1896. At present, the Orthodox Church is free to visit, and no one takes care of taking pictures inside. The front facade is clean and solemn, the two bell towers are very distinctive, and the icons and frescoes inside are valuable treasures of the church.
This is a newly built Orthodox church that is free to visit, a typical Byzantine building. There are many holy portraits in the church, all of which are plated with silver. There will be two worship services every Sunday morning. There will be many believers to attend, which is very lively.
The Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas is the main church of Kotor. The double cross on the roof of the cathedral was built in 1166. This free-to-visit church is magnificent and magnificent. The preserved cultural relics and stained glass are very delicate~