Serbia, Srpska Akademija Nauka i Umetnosti: Biblioteka (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Library),
Viz. institute, SANU:
Serbia, MUSEUM: National Museum, Belgrade, pavement mosaics and frescoes from Stobi (4th-6th centuries),  fragments from  frescoes of ruined churches and copies of 12th – 15th century frescoes; Miroslav Evangeliary (1190); embroideries 14th – 16th centuries. Gallery of Frescoes: copies of frescoes showing the evolution of medieval painting in Macedonia and Serbia.
Serbia, LIBRARY, National Library: manuscripts;,
Serbia, Serbian Orthodox Patriarchate: icons, manuscripts, embroideries of the 14th – 19th centuries,;
Serbia, Narodna Biblioteka Srbije (National Library of Serbia):
Serbia, Univerzitetska biblioteka “Svetozar Markovic”(University Library “Svetozar Markovic”),
Serbia, Periodicals: Zbornik radova Vizantološkog instituta, (ZbVI)
Serbia, Starinar:
Serbia. Places of Interests: Morava school: ( After the disaster of Kossovo in 1389, the Serbs, driven back by the Turks, were forced to retreat towards the north, to Kruševac, which became the last bastion of national independence. It was in the region of the Morava that the great monasteries of Ljubostinija (1402), Ravanica (1381), Manasija (1407-1418) and the church of Kalenič were founded, last of off-shoots of Serbian art.
Ravanica: was built in about 1381 by Prince Lazar. The frescoes inside the church, which are the work of Constantine, represent, among other things, Lazar with his wife Milica and his sons Stefan and Vuk,
Kalenič: the church was founded by Bogdan in about 1415. It is on the trefoil plan and its facades are characterised by a polychrome effect. The frescoes are sentimental and lyrical in inspiration.
Studenica: the richest monastery in Serbia. The church of the Holy Virgin, completed in about 1191, is Stephen Nemanja´s finest monument. The interior is adorned with pictures dating from 1209, including a poignant crucifixion. Some of the decoration in the apse belongs to the same period. The frescoes of the chapels of the exonarthex date from 1234. Two other churches are to be found in the precincts of the monastery: the church of the King, built by Milutin in 1314 and containing noteworthy frescoes illustrating the life of the Virgin; and the church of St Nicholas, which contains fragments of a 13th century fresco. The Church of the Virgin (1191), other frescoes of the 13th – 16th centuries. Treasure of the Royal church (1314): frescoes St Nicholas: 13th century frescoes,
Ljubostinja: monastery founded by the wife of King Lazar. Fragments of late 14th century mosaics, including numerous portraits in the narthex.
Manasija (Resava): fortified monastery built between 1407 and 1418. The fifteenth century frescoes are in the style of the Morava school.
Mileševo: the monastery was founded c. 1234 by King Vladislav. There are splendid frescoes painted on a yellow background which was formerly gilded, in imitation of mosaics.  The Ressurection is one of the finest creations of Byzantine art. The signatures of the authors of these frescoes have come to light: Demetrius, George and Theodore. Another group, less talented, painted the frescoes of the narthex, which unlike those in the church have been executed on a blue background,
Kosovo, Dečani: monastery begun in 1327, was completed in 1335 by Dušan, who in 1348 had the interior decorated with frescoes remarkable for the superabundance of the narrative cycles. 14th century frescoes, rich collection of icons (from 14th-16th centuries) and manuscripts (from 13th-16th centuries).
Kosovo, Gračanica: monastery founded in 1321 by King Milutin, 14th century frescoes.
Kosovo, Peč: seat of the Serbian Patriarchate. Peč became the holy city of the Orthodox Serbs when archbishop Arsenius I transferred the patriarchate there in the 13th century. It has three churches: the Church of the Holy Apostles (13th century) adorned with magnificent frescoes (1250), some of which are preserved under the dome and at the altar. The frescoes of the 14th century are of inferior quality ; the church of St Demetrius, adorned with fine 14th century frescoes; the Church of the Virgin (14th century) with 14th century frescoes in the narthex, 16th century frescoes of lesser importance; Library of the Patriarchate: manuscripts of the 13th-18th centuries.
Kosovo. Prizren: Church of Our Lady of Ljeviška was built in 1307 by King Milutin. It is ornamented with about 600 square metres of frescoes, considered among the finest of the 14th century. Frescoes by Astrapas (1307).
The Monastery of Saint Saviour, on the hill which dominates the town, has some interesting frescoes from the middle of the 14th century.
Sopočani: jewel of Serbian Byzantine art, 13th century frescoes. Monastery near the town of Novipazas, built by King Uroš I (1242-1276). Ravaged in 1689; most of the frescoes date from the middle of the thirteenth century; they rank among the masterpieces of European art.
Niš: birthplace of Constantine the Great. Rebuilt by Justinian under the name Naissopolis. A large tomb dating from the end of the 5th century. Another tomb contains an ensemble of Byzantine frescoes which date from the late 4th and early 5th centuries and are admiraly well preserved. See
Serbia, Ziča: the archiepiscopal church of the Saviour, was built in about 1220. In the interior, the frescoes in the transept date from the 13th century, the rest from the time of the first restoration of the monastery, perhaps the beginning of the 14th century, and probably represent the work of Eutychios and Michael.