Monastery Tronoša belongs to the Diocese of Sabac Serbian Orthodox Church. Located in the village Korenita, near Trsic in the city of Loznica. In Tronoška Yearbook of 1791 as the founder of the monastery is mentioned Katalina Nemanjić queen, wife of King Dragutin. It is believed that the monastery was founded between 1276 and 1282. He was killed by the Turks in the late 15th century when the church was razed to the ground. The monastery was rebuilt in the 16th century, the church dedicated to the Presentation of the Virgin was built in 1559. Abbot Jovan equipped in the monastery scribal workshop where they were in 1571 and 1581 transcribed liturgical books for Tronoša and neighboring monasteries. Tronosa Abbot Michael visited Russia in 1625, in the period from 16th to 18th century Russian Synod has helped the monastery. Lead roof to the monastery church was forcibly removed in the late 17th century. During Kočine landscape, abbot of the monastery Archimandrite Stefan Jovanovic was at the forefront of the battle. Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic has taught school in this monastery in 1797. During the First and Second Serbian Uprising, the city Tronoša agreement insurgent leader, which is experiencing a new destruction. In the First World War the monastery was a makeshift hospital for the care of the wounded. Last Tronoša destruction was at the beginning of the Second World War. With a lot of damage to buildings, then destroyed valuable manuscripts and objects of the monastery treasury. At the beginning of World War II, abbot of the monastery was a monk George Bojic who participated in the Battle of Loznica 1941. After the Second World War, the church was rebuilt in 1964 and 1987 during the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the death of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Vuk Karadzic. In front of the monastery is a fountain which according to legend was built by Jug Bogdan and nine Jugovic brothers before departure at the Battle of Kosovo. This fountain was restored by Archimandrite Methodius and trader of Lesnica Mladen Isakovic 1894.