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IMMOVABLE CULTURAL MONUMENTS DATA BASE
Name: Bač, St Antun the hermit chapel
Municipality: Bač
Location (place, town, city): Bač
Institute: Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Serbia
Regional institute: Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Novi Sad
CR No.: CM 1192
Date of inscription in the CR: 11.11.1997
Category: NCM of great value
Type: Cultural monument
Year/period of construction: 1817
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The Chapel is in the vicinity of Bač, on the road to Mladenovo, in the Guvniste woods. There is an inscription that says that it was renewed in 1817 on a cult place founded in 1527. It is a one-nave building of harmonious proportions, with polygonal altar space in the east section, a sacristy at the north wall and a wooden campanile in the west side.

Façades are reinforced with five built buttresses, two placed diagonally at the east angles. Above the main entrance there are two trifora windows, like the gothic ones. In the chapel interior there is a gallery built where a small organ is placed, donated in 1864.