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The Jazak Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Јазак / Manastir Jazak) is a Serb Orthodox monastery on the Fruška Gora mountain in the northern Serbia, in the province of Vojvodina. The monastery was founded in 1736. Jazak Monastery was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia. Burials Stefan Uroš V of Serbia See also Monasteries of Fruška Gora Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance Tourism in Serbia List of Serb Orthodox monasteries External links More about the monastery v • d • e Cultural Heritage of Serbia Archaeological sites Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance • Archaeological Sites of Great Importance • Protected Archaeological Sites Monuments of Culture Monuments of Culture of Exceptional Importance • Monuments of Culture of Great Importance • Protected Monuments of Culture Historic Landmarks Historic Landmarks of Exceptional Importance • Historic Landmarks of Great Importance • Protected Historic Landmarks Spatial Cultural-Historical Units Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Exceptional Importance • Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Great Importance • Protected Spatial Cultural-Historical Units v • d • e Monasteries of Fruška Gora Beočin • Bešenovo • Divša • Grgeteg • Jazak • Krušedol • Kuveždin • Mala Remeta • Novo Hopovo • Privina Glava • Petkovica • Rakovac • Staro Hopovo • Šišatovac • Velika Remeta • Vrdnik-Ravanica v • d • e Serbian Orthodox Church v • d • e Serbian Orthodox Church overview topics Overview topics Patriarchs (current) · Holy Synod · Serbian saints · Serbian monasteries (list) See also Đurđevdan · Vidovdan v • d • e Subdivisions of the Serbian Orthodox Church Metropolitanates Belgrade and Karlovci · Dabar-Bosnia · Midwestern America · Montenegro and the Littoral · New Gračanica · Zagreb and Ljubljana Traditional dioceses Bačka · Banat · Banja Luka · Bihać and Petrovac · Braničevo · Buda · Budimlje and Nikšić · Dalmatia · Upper Karlovac · Mileševa · Niš · Osečko polje and Baranja · Raška and Prizren · Šabac and Valjevo · Slavonia · Srem · Šumadija · Timişoara · Timok · Vranje · Zahumhlje and Herzegovina · Žiča · Zvornik and Tuzla Diaspora dioceses Australia and New Zealand · Britain and Scandinavia · Canada · Central Europe · Eastern America · Western America · Western Europe Autonomous Ohrid Archbishopric Metropolitanates Skopje Dioceses Prespa and Pelagonija · Bregalnica · Debar and Kičevo · Polog and Kumanovo · Veles and Povardarie · Strumica v • d • e Spiritual leaders of the Serbian Orthodox Church   Archbishops (1219–1337) St. Sava · St. Arsenije I Sremac · St. Sava II · Danilo I · Joanikije I · St. Jevstatije I · St. Jakov · St. Jevstatije II · St. Sava III · St. Nikodim I · St. Danilo II   Patriarchs (since 1346) 1346–1463 St. Joanikije II · Sava IV · St. Jefrem · St. Spiridon · Danilo III · Sava V · Danilo IV · St. Kirilo · St. Nikon · Teofan · Nikodim II · Arsenije II 1557–1766 St. Makarije Sokolović · Antonije Sokolović · Gerasim Sokolović · Savatije Sokolović · Nikanor · Jerotej · Filip · Jovan · Pajsije I Janjevac · St. Gavrilo I Rajić · Maksim Skopljanac · Arsenije III Čarnojević · Kalinik I Skopljanac · Atanasije I · Mojsije Rajović · Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta · Joanikije III Karadža-Grk · Atanasije II Gavrilović · Gavrilo II Sarajevac · Gavrilo III · Vikentije Stefanović · Pajsije II Grk · Gavrilo IV Grk · Kirilo II · Vasilije Jovanović-Brkić · Kalinik II Grk since 1920 Dimitrije · Varnava · Gavrilo · Vikentije · German · Pavle · Irinej   Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Karlovci (1690–1920) Arsenije III Čarnojević · Isaija Đaković · Sofronije Podgoričanin · Vikentije Popović · Mojsije Petrović · Vićentije Jovanović · Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta · Isaija Antonović · Pavle Nenadović · Jovan Đorđević · Vićentije Jovanović Vidak · Mojsije Putnik · Stefan Stratimirović · Stefan Stanković · Josif Rajačić · Samuilo Maširević · Prokopije Ivačković · German Anđelić · Georgije Branković · Lukijan Bogdanović   Metropolitans of Belgrade (1801–1920) Leontije Lambrović · Agatanel · Antim · Melentije Pavlović · Petar Jovanović · Mihailo Jovanović · Teodosije Mraović · Inokentije Pavlović · Dimitrije Pavlović   Metropolitans of Montenegro (1484–1920) 1484–1697 Visarion · Vavila · Roman · German · Romu · Vasilije · Makarije · Dionisije · Romil · Pahomije · Đerasim · Venijamin · Stefan · Rufim I · Mardarije · Pajsije · Rufim II · Visarion Borilović-Bajica · Sava Očinić 1697–1852 1852–1920 Petrović-Njegoš Danilo · Sava · Vasilije · Arsenije Plamenac · Petar I · Petar II · Danilo II Nikanor Ivanović · Ilarion Roganović · Visarion Ljubiša · Mitrofan Ban v • d • e Serbian Orthodox monasteries   Serbia Kosovo Banjska · Devič · Gračanica · Peć · Saint Archangels · Visoki Dečani Central Serbia Bukovo · Ćelije · Crna Reka · Đurđevi stupovi · Gornjak · Gradac · Kalenić · Kastaljan · Koporin · Ljubostinja · Manasija · Mileševa · Nimnik · Pokajnica · Prohor Pčinjski · Pustinja · Rača · Rajinovac · Ravanica · Rukumija · St. Nicholas · Sopoćani · Studenica · Suvodol · Tronoša · Tuman · Vitovnica · Zemun · Žiča Vojvodina Fruška Gora Beočin · Bešenovo · Divša · Grgeteg · Jazak · Krušedol · Kuveždin · Mala Remeta · Novo Hopovo · Privina Glava · Petkovica · Rakovac · Staro Hopovo · Šišatovac · Velika Remeta · Vrdnik-Ravanica Others Bavanište · Bođani · Fenek · Hajdučica · Kovilj · Mesić · Holy Trinity · St. Melanija · Sombor · Središte · Vojlovica   Montenegro Bijela · Cetinje · Dajbabe · Dobrilovina · Donje Brčele · Duljevo · Đurđevi Stupovi · Gradište · Kom · Kosijerevo · Miholjska Prevlaka · Morača · Moračnik · Ostrog · Piva · Podmaine · Podmalinsko · Praskvica · Reževići · Savina · Stanjevići · Starčeva Gorica · Svetog Nikole–Obod · Vranjina   Bosnia and Herzegovina Republika Srpska Bišnja · Dobrićevo · Dobrun · Duži · Glogovac · Gomionica · Hercegovačka Gračanica · Klisina · Knežina · Krupa · Liplje · Lomnica · Lovnica · Moštanica · Ozren · Papraća · Petropavlov · Sase · Stuplje · Svetog Arhangela Gavrila · Svetog Nikole · Svetog Vasilija Ostroškog · Tavna · Tvrdoš · Uspenja Bogorodičinog Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Rmanj · Veselinje · Vozuća · Zavala · Žitomislić   Croatia Dragović · Gomirje · Komogovina · Krka · Krupa · Lepavina · Sv. Lazarica · Sv. Nedjelje · Sv. Petke · Sv. Vasilija Ostroškog   Mount Athos Hilandar List of Serbian Orthodox monasteries v • d • e Serbian Orthodox churches Belgrade Temple of Saint Sava · St. Michael's Cathedral · Ružica · St. Mark's Church Central Serbia Saint Achillius Church · Church of Peter · Pećinska church Vojvodina Saint George's Cathedral · Uspenska church Kosovo Our Lady of Ljeviš · Church of Virgin Hodegetria · Saint Elijah Church Montenegro Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ Bosnia and Herzegovina Cathedral Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos · Church of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel · Church of the Holy Transfiguration v • d • e Serbian saints St. Angelina · St. Basil of Ostrog · St. Danilo II · St. Hélène d'Anjou · St. Jovan Vladimir · St. Prince Lazar / St. Princess Milica · St. Nikodim I · St. Nikolaj Velimirović · St. Peter of Cetinje · St. Sava · St. Sava II · St. Simeon the Monk · St. Simeon the Myrrh-flowing · St. Stefan Lazarević · St. Stefan Štiljanović · St. Stefan Uroš · St. Stephen of Dečani · St. Stefan the Blind · St. Stephen of Piperi · St. Vladislav · St. Vukašin This Eastern Orthodox Christianity-related article is a stub. 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