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Dimitrije Ljubibratic

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Dimitrije Đurov Ljubatović ([[Serbian Cyrillic: ; Risan, early 19th century - Moscow, 9 May 1871) [1] was a Serbian merchant and philanthropist.

Origin and family[edit]

The Ljubatović Brotherhood from Risan is an antiquity from [[[Herzegovina | Herzegovina]] from Trebinje kadiluk, where the surname Krasojevići was, where it was a common custom to take a new surname, and some in the littoral also changed their religion, by converting to the Catholic Church). Because of blood revenge they moved in 1692 in Risan and settled in Bekovina. In 1824 because of blood feuds, they had to sell the property in Risan and settle in Russia. Father Đuro was a local judge, and his mother's name was Kata, née Đurković. [2]

Humanitarian work[edit]

Lazar Tomanović mentions him as a great benefactor that does not exist among Serbs. He died in Moscow and as a Rishnian he left 19,100 rubles (in a will written in Moscow on November 15, 1870) in the bonds of the first Russian loan with lotteries with a profit of 5% to build in Risan the Orthodox Church of St. Dimitrija and next to it a home for 10 male and 10 female poor patients and the elderly, "all religions of the city of Risan", and possible gains for the development of this institution. [3] The executors of the will sent this sum to Risan in March 1875. (after his death) through the Austrian consul, but stopped in Zadar. This was not known in Risan until 1880, when the "church community" of Risan sought this famous legacy. It was then learned that the legacy had been converted into Austrian lottery-free bonds, thus thwarting the last will of the benefactors. It was learned that the amount in Austrian bonds at the time did not correspond to the real value of Russian bonds sold. Tomanovic made the matter public [[Srpski list (Zadar) | Srpski list]), and wrote that the provincial government and the provincial committee would be asked about this, how this could have happened. [4] His will was fulfilled only 37 years after his death. The church was consecrated on November 25 [1907], and the "Home for the Poor and Sick" was built and equipped in July [1908]. there was a grand opening in Risan. It was built on Dimitrije's Rtac estate, on a hill between Risan and Banja Monastery. With the departure of the workers, the home was closed for the next 18 years, without explanation. In addition to the elderly and the sick, the home was used later by the blind, because it is in it 1950. moved "Home for the Blind", founded in Perast in 1948. Fifteen years later, the Home for the Blind moved to Podgorica, and once one of the most beautiful buildings Boka Kotorska began to fall into disrepair. Today, the building is in ruins [5] [6] with a memorial plaque above the front door, which was raised at the expense of the benefactor. [7] The will read: Use in the construction of an Orthodox church, dedicated to St. Dimitrije, in the town of Risan in Dalmatia, next to which church a hospital will have to be built with an almshouse for 20 elderly people, of which 10 are male and 10 are females of all denominations of the city of Risan. " [8]


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  3. Tomanović 2007, p. 114.
  4. Tomanović 2007, p. 115.
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