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Sava Church as an architectural illustration of Serbian nationalism encountering numerous political and ideological shifts of Serbia's troublesome twentieth century. To do so I will attempt to unpack the narrative and images invoked by the Church and other protagonists in the construction. Furthermore, I intend to investigate and reveal political and ideological underpinnings of the institutions and personalities behind the construction, and finally, expose the distance between their objectives and realization.

Sava as a national monument par excellence for several reasons. Firstly, it was initiated in line with the nineteenth century urge to erect monuments to commemorate important personages or patriotic events. Secondly, national protagonists involved in the construction wrap the motivation behind the project in religious symbolism, which is in line with Benedict Anderson's defining the content of nationalism by dominant cultural systems preceding it, religion being in this case the obvious precedent 4.

However, a closer historical scrutiny and contextualization unveil pragmatic politics aimed at mobilizing popular support behind religious symbolism.

This is related to yet another similarity of St. Sava Church building to that of other modem national monuments and that is the involvement of persons and institutions for whom it is a purely secular matter, or the matter of modern secular nationalism.

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Sava Church achieved a place in the repertoire of national symbols and a status of a focus of not only religious but national rites and rituals. Sava Church to other national monumentali-zation projects in Europe 5. Despite some obvious similarities, especially with Moscow's Church of Christ the Savior, the story of the St.

Sava Memorial Church in Belgrade displays many unique features. More significantly, the construction of St. Sava Church stands out as an on-going process, a work-in-progress still open for insertion of new meanings. Sava Church transformed from the visual emblem for the drive at unification of all Serbs at the turn of the twentieth century to the inter-war stress on the Serbian pre eminence in multiethnic Yugoslavia to post World War Two Communist suppression of its construction as the symbol of Serbian nationalism, whose revival it indeed represented in the s, only to be abandoned in the s as the nationalist project fell to disarray.

In the following pages I will first look at how the cult of St. Sava evolved and the idea to construct a church as the national monument came into being.

This decision required a thorough nationalization and sacralization of the chosen site. I will further focus on the debates about the design for the church that mirrored political divisions among the Serbian artistic and political elites.

In the last part I will describe the vicissitudes that followed the never-ending construction and examine how they affected the building of St. Sava Church as a monument in reality and discourse.

Sava was born in as Rastko, the third son to Nemanja, ruler of Ras, the forerunner of the medieval Serbian State.

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As a young prince he ran away from the royal court to become a monk Sava on Mount Athos, a tale often told among the Serbs as the greatest example of self-sacrifice 6. With the remains of his father, the founder of the holy dynasty, Sava later returned to Serbia to reconcile an ongoing feud amongst his brothers.

Conflicting sources speak of his influence in obtaining the crown for his brother Stephan from Pope Honorius III in What is historically more certain is that Sava secured autocephaly for the Serbian national Church from the enfeebled and exiled Byzantine Emperorand Patriarch in Nicaea, and became its first Archbishop. Moreover, St. Sava helped to restore Serbs, exposed both to Roman Catholicism and the Bogomil heresy, to the bosom of the Orthodox Church 8.

Upon his death, St. Sava was central for both formal religion and traditional, oral culture, the two forces generally held responsible for keeping alive the national spirit of the Serbs. When Serbs began a rebellion against the Turks at the end of sixteenth century, carrying banners with images of St. Sava, Sinan Pasha, an Albanian convert in Ottoman ranks, as some contemporary reports and subsequent tradition have it, decided to remove what was in his opinion the source of their inspiration.

In or , Sinan Pasha brought St. Sava's relics to Belgrade and according St. The exact circumstances however are less clear and the whole issue divided Serbian historiography over the last hundred years, with some even claiming that St.

Sava's relics were not burned at all.

For the Serbian Church and St. Sava cult promoters on the other hand, the burning of St. Sava posthumous cult when transmuted into legend and poetry during the Ottoman period figured him only in a stereotypical dichotomy of a saint-protector of Christian people versus the infidel Muslim-Turk, epitomized in the image of Sinan Pasha Among those responsible for bolstering the modern cult of St.

Sava as a national hero, not least was the Catholic Habsburg Empress Maria Theresa, whose Empire became a refuge for many Serbs fleeing from the Ottomans. In , she ordered the Synod of Serbian Bishops to proclaim St. See Medak Over the course of the nineteenth century, secular contents intermingled with religious celebration and national romanticism shifted the focus from ecclesiastical and religious rites to enlightenment ideas, the glorious Slav past and resistance to foreign culture and oppression.

The feast of St. Sava left the churches where it originated to become a national school holiday, a celebration of the Serbian language, the Slav idea and a plea for the unification and liberation of Serbs from foreign domination. The cult was continuously enriched with new contents as St. Sava's preserved hagiographies were unearthed and reinterpreted. Sava reconciling his two brothers over their father's relics, St. Sava's role as unifier became the single most exploited image in the narrative surrounding the cult National romanticism soon added the first figurative representations of the burning of St.

Sava's relics by the Turks.

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Sava , whose verses emphasize Serbian unity and renewal are less clear but by the middle of the century it became an unofficial national anthem. Other elements such as processions from churches to schools, performances where schoolchildren recited patriotic poems, and special St.

Sava's sermon followed. Sava acquired additional significance under the direct influence of Russophiles and Slavophiles, whose chief proponent in Serbia was Belgrade Metropolitan Mihailo. Sava to awaken and assemble Serbs scattered in four countries and under diverse ecclesiastical jurisdictions The campaign for ecclesiastical and national adherence waged in Ottoman Kosovo and Macedonia engaged fully both the Church and the State and one of the most importance auspices under which it was conducted was the Association of St.

Sava, formed in in Belgrade At the same time, students of Prizren seminary, the first Serbian seminary founded in the area under the Ottomans, christened their association with St. We are n The idea to build the church on that very spot, where three hundred years earlier Sinan Pasha scattered the ashes of Saint Sava finally became a reality.

The Construction Committee sent out a rousing appeal to the Serbian people for funds describing the building of the church on the hill where the saintly ashes were scattered as paying due respect to St.

Sava and coming to terms with ancestors, without which the present and future community of St. Sava's descendants could not live in harmony and prosper It was St. Sava himself who, by bringing back his father's body, fostered this belief, so central to Serbian medieval thought, that the welfare of the kingdom was dependent on its possession of the miracle-working relics of its holy founder But the relics of St.

Sava had been burned so the spreading of ashes performed this task, adding a new dimension to Verdery's study on the political meaning and role played by bones.

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Sava's hagiography and numerous accounts developed thereafter, St. Sava's ashes were taken by the wind and spread, consecrating the soil wherever his cult was maintained or wherever Serbs lived, dispersed by numerous migrations. It was not until a littleknown priest from Belgrade, made a thorough search in , and reported to Metropolitan Mihailo, a location in Vracar that supposedly had a small church destroyed by the Turks in , which was, according to people who lived nearby, always spared from hail.

Furthermore, he explained to the Metropolitan that the inhabitants did not want to admit this earlier because they feared the Prince would immediately claim the land and they would be moved somewhere further away [sic]. As for the exact year when St.

The Academy's historians judged that it took place in , but the Metropolitan and the Church nevertheless opted for , since the year suggested for commemoration already passed by and was anyhow previously commonly thought to be the year when the burning of relics occurred Eventually Mackenzie contributed around eight thousand square meters of his land for the cause. As he died before legal formalities were completed, this decision befell his heir, a devout Protestant preacher, Gratan Guinness, who assured that their English names were inscribed in the list of Great Benefactors, right after the members of Royal family and senior Church dignitaries Most of Serbs still lived outside of Serbia's borders, and many of them still lived under Turks.

Thus the choice when to start the construction, its prominent location and envisaged extensive physical layout of the Church indicated from the beginning intentions beyond the religious; its dominance and immensity was to impress and accentuate the Piedmontian role of Serbia in the unification of Serbs. At that time, other European capitals had large churches inherited from the past or built in the second half of the nineteenth century when they also acquired the function of a national shrine.

The erection of national monuments and the commemorative events surrounding them became an established factor in stimulating loyalty to existing institutions and the State. Given that there was a lack of competent experts in Serbia to judge the architectural submissions for the new church, the Committee engaged the Art Academy of St.

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There was no interest of State, government and local authorities either, which further contributed to the general lack of response among the people. The revived interest in Byzantium, which also arose, was different than the previous romanticist glorification of the golden medieval age Upon his death, St. The past had to win over the present through the Memorial Church, whose victory was already accomplished, as Metropolitan Amfilohije professed, in the victory of the scattered and indestructible ashes of St.

I am proud to have very many friends in Dubrovnik, but also in Mostar after the superb recent collaboration with their choir. Sava's heritage, in the form of newly-coined notion of Svetosavlje Other elements such as processions from churches to schools, performances where schoolchildren recited patriotic poems, and special St. Istoricheskaja poetika.