St. Nicholas's Monastery (Objects 154, 155, 155a, 155b)
St. Mark's Church (Object 155 and 155a)
The cloister (Object 155b and added parts)
St. Nicholas's Church (Object 154)
The construction of this important Franciscan Monastery complex was started in1288. Within there were different objects.
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The construction of the Franciscan Monastery of St. Nicholas, which was inhabited only by "Conventuals" was started in 1288 and it was initiated by Queen Helen of Anjou, wife of the Serbian King Uros I. She also equipped the monastery with all the necessary church objects.
Within the Franciscan Monastery complex of St Nicholas there was also a small chapel with two rooms without a space for the altar or the apse.
Behind this chapel which was dedicated to St Mark according to tradition, there also used to be the monastery's monastery cloister which was completely ruined when the Ottomans built a gunpowder-magazine instead.
(ZAGARCANIN Mladen, "STARI GRAD BAR - THE OLD TOWN OF BAR". "A GUIDE THROUGH THE CENTURIES")
Plan of objects 154,155, 155a, 155b:
Source: Stari Bar, BOŠKOVIĆ Đurđe, Beograd: Savezni institut za zaštitu spomenika kulture, 1962 .