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Spomenik Knezu Lazar.

Pogled na spomenik, koji se nalazi na ulazu sa auto puta Beograd-Nis u Cupriju.

Lazar Hrebeljanovic (1329 - 1389) je bio srpski knez i oblasni gospodar iz 14. veka sa prestonicom u Krusevcu.
U sukobu kralja Vukasina i cara Urosa 1369. godine, ostao je lojalan caru. Nakon smrti Urosa i raspada srpskog carstva, postao je vazal madjarskom kralju Ludoviku Velikom. 1373. godine sa bosanskim kraljem Tvrtkom je napao i podelio drzavu Nikole Altomanovica, nakon cega postaje jedan od najmocnijih srpskih velmoza.
1375. godine Lazar Hrebeljanovic je okoncao crkvenu sizmu sa Carigradom iz vremena cara Dusana, i stekao priznanje za srpsku crkvu od strane Vizantije. On je postigao sporazum sa carigradskom patrijarsijom odricuci se prava Srba na carsku titulu, a zauzvrat je Vizantija priznala srpsku s 1378. godine crkva je izrazila snaznu podrsku velmozi Lazaru Hrebeljanovicu i krunisala ga za kneza.
Knez Lazar je uspesno odbio nekoliko osmanlijskih upada u Srbiju tokom 1380-ih godina. Poginuo je u bici na Kosovu 1389 godine. Nakon bitke dolazi do dinasticke borbe za prevlast izmedju njegovog zeta Vuka, koji je nastavio da se bori protiv Turaka, i udovice Milice i maloletnog sina Stefana, koji su se priklonili Turcima i ucinili Srbiju vazalnom.
U narodnoj epici je postao jedna od vodecih licnosti kosovskog kulta. Srpska pravoslavna crkva ga slavi kao svetog cara Lazara.

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Monument to Prince Lazar.

View of the monument, located at the entrance from the Belgrade-Nis highway in Cupriju.
Lazar Hrebeljanović (1329 - 1389) was a Serbian prince and regional lord from the 14th century with the capital in Krusevac.
In the conflict between King Vukain and Emperor Uros in 1369, he remained loyal to the Emperor. After the death of Uros and the collapse of the Serbian Empire, he became a vassal of the Hungarian King Louis the Great. In 1373, with the Bosnian king Tvrtko, he attacked and divided the state of Nikola Altomanovic, after which he became one of the most powerful Serbian nobles.
In 1375, Lazar Hrebeljanović ended the church schism with Constantinople from the time of Emperor Dusan, and gained recognition for the Serbian church from Byzantium. He reached an agreement with the Patriarchate of Constantinople, renouncing the right of Serbs to the imperial title, and in return, Byzantium recognized the Serbian Patriarchate. In 1378, the church expressed strong support for the nobleman Lazar Hrebeljanović and crowned him prince.
Prince Lazar successfully repulsed several Ottoman incursions into Serbia during the 1380s. He died in the battle of Kosovo in 1389. After the battle, there was a dynastic struggle for supremacy between his son-in-law Vuk, who continued to fight against the Turks, and his widow Milica and underage son Stefan, who sided with the Turks and made Serbia a vassal.
In folk epics, he became one of the leading figures of the Kosovo cult. The Serbian Orthodox Church celebrates him as Holy Emperor Lazarus.

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