The Church of St. Luke is located in the Piazza Greca in Kotor. Its history witnesses of the harmonic coexistence of the Catholic and Orthodox population. It is a Romanesque building, of modest and proportional dimensions. It was built and painted at the end of the 12th century. Until the end of the 17th century it was a Catholic church, after which it was ceded to the Orthodox population, due to wars and the large influx of people into Kotor. Originating from that period is the iconostasis, work of famous local masters, parts of which were created by Kotor’s famous goldsmiths.