Churches, Mosques and Monasteries in Bijeljina

All religious objects in Bijeljina in one place.
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Church of St. Panteleimon

Church in Bijeljina

Bukija, Bijeljina

Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Bijeljina

It was created by remodeling the mosque of Sultan Suleiman during Austro-Hungary.

Vojvode Stepe 3, Bijeljina 76300

Cathedral of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God

Orthodox Church in Bijeljina

Jovana Dučića, Bijeljina

Sv. Archdeacon Stephen

Orthodox Church in Bijeljina

Bijeljina 76300

Tavna Monastery

The Tavna Monastery is located in the village of Banjica in the town of Bijeljina, on the border of three municipalities, on the Majevica hills. This monastery was the endowment of the Serbian king St. John Vladimir, and then King Dragutin. It was also restored by Prince Lazar and Princess Milica.


Temple of St. George

The Church of the Holy Great Martyr George is a temple of the Serbian Orthodox Church located in the town on Sveti Sava Street in Bijeljina in the Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It belongs to the Diocese of Zvornik and Tuzla.

Svetog Save 38, Bijeljina 76300

Church of the Holy Great Martyr Procopius

The Church of the Holy Great Martyr Procopius in Dvorovi is a single-nave Orthodox parish church in the Bijeljina village of Dvorovi.

Dvorovi 76300

Monastery of St. Vasilija of Ostrog

The Monastery of St. Basil of Ostrog is a newly built monastery dedicated to St. Basil of Ostrog, the Miracle Worker, located in the very center of Bijeljina. The monastery complex covers an area of 3,500 m2 with an exceptionally arranged and functional layout of buildings.

Patrijarha Pavla, Bijeljina 76300

Atik Džamija /Sultan Süleyman Camii

The Atik Mosque is the oldest mosque in Bijeljina. The name of the then ruler Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent is mentioned in written sources, and it was named after him as the Imperial Mosque. The mosque was built between 1520 and 1566.

Vuka Karadžića, Bijeljina 76300

Etno Vilage Stanisici

At km 3 from Bijeljina towards the Pavlovic Bridge, in the heart of the Semberija lowlands, the Stanisic family have built their Ethno Village Stanisici on 15 ha of ground. The Ethno Village Stanisici is a village of some 20 authentic wooden houses, including a milk house, a smithy, an "ambar" (a wooden structure for storing grain), old houses and a large guesthouse, all of them brought there from villages of Vares Municipality and villages of Mount Zvijezda and Mount Romanija.

Pavlovića put 32, Dvorovi 76300