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Serbian Kovin monastery is the oldest monastery in Hungary and one
of the two monasteries in the Diocese of Buda of the Serbian
Orthodox Church. It is situated 40 km south of Budapest, on the
island of Csepel, in the center of the little town of R ckeve.
According to a preserved tradition, often neglected, this monastery
is the medieval heritage and appeared in the first half of the
twelfth century. Queen Helena, the daughter of the Prefect of Ra ka
Uro I, and the wife of Hungarian king Bela II the Blind is
mentioned as the founder of the monastery. At the time when the
monastery was founded Hungary was being ruled by Helena instead of
her underage son, Geza II (1141-1161).
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