A view of Zica, a Serb Orthodox monastery, near the town of Kraljevo, some 170 km (106 miles) southwest from Belgrade, September 17, 2010. The monastery was built at the beginning of the 13th century by its founder Stefan the First-Crowned, the first king of Serbia. Zica was by tradition a royal church of Serbian kings, and although a king could be crowned in any Serbian church, he was never considered a true king until he was anointed in Zica. In 2008, Zica celebrated 800 years of existence.  REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic  (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)
RM2CXGJ90A view of Zica, a Serb Orthodox monastery, near the town of Kraljevo, some 170 km (106 miles) southwest from Belgrade, September 17, 2010. The monastery was built at the beginning of the 13th century by its founder Stefan the First-Crowned, the first king of Serbia. Zica was by tradition a royal church of Serbian kings, and although a king could be crowned in any Serbian church, he was never considered a true king until he was anointed in Zica. In 2008, Zica celebrated 800 years of existence. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)