It has more than 100 pieces of sculptures of both gallery size and open-air size. Every year the art colony organises a symposium of sculptors where many international artists work on sculptures in the famous white stone from Danilovgrad.
It is one of the most significant ancient, early-Christian and early mediaeval sites in Montenegro! The quality of historical remains from this area represents a continuous monitoring of a historical order starting from the 2nd-3rd to the 9th-10th centuries. Together with the remains of some manuscripts, it presents the most precious segments of local history.
His body rests in the cell of the cave church. The monastery was reconstructed in 1923-1926 following a fire which spared the small cave churches. These churches are the main attractions of this monument. The Church of the Entrance of the Holy Mother of God was painted with frescoes at the end of the 17th century. The Church of the Holy Cross is located in the upper monastery level and it was painted by the master Radul who adjusted the frescoes to the natural shape of the rocks. The church is surrounded by konaks and they both represent a structure which is in harmony with its natural ambience.The Orthodox monastery of Ostrog is one of the most visited monasteries in the Balkans. It is visited by believers from all over the world, individually or in groups. It is a confluence of all three confessions: Orthodox, Catholic and Muslim, as it is believed that the relics of St. Vasilije of Ostrog are miraculous. According to pilgrims’ testimonials, praying in front of these relics has helped them cure or lessen their life’s troubles.