The Monastery Dobrun is situated in an attractive mountainous area in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the road connecting Uzice and Visegrad. Sarajevo. The monastery is dedicated to Holly Mary and was erected by Serbian bishop Pribil probably in 1343. During a Turkish occupation of Balkan, the monastery was destroyed and later reconstructed and was abandoned between 18th and 19th century.
The monastery was decorated with many frescoes. The best known frescoes, preserved until present day are those of Serbian Tsar Dusan with his family as well as the fresco of the monastery founder bishop Pribil.