St. Luka’s Church is placed on the Piazza Greca in Kotor and its history testifies about a harmonious life of Catholics and Orthodox.
It is a Romanesque building with modest and harmonious proportions.
It was built and pained in the late 12th century. Until the end of the 17th century it was a catholic church but due to the wars and a large inflow of people from other parts to Kotor it was conceded to the Orthodox to use it. Iconostasis is from that time. It was made by the local masters and parts of it were made by the famous goldsmiths from Kotor.