The monastery of Vratna
|Full name||Манастир Вратна|
|Mother house||Bukovo monastery|
Lord's Ascension (Spasovdan)
Saint Nikodim I
|Location||Vratna, Negotin, Serbia|
Vratna monastery, now Vratna nunnery (Вратна) is a 14th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery in the village of Vratna in Negotin, Serbia, founded by Serbian king Stefan Milutin (1282–1321) of the Nemanjić dynasty and Saint Nikodim I. It is situated below the Vratna canyon and the nearby Vratna river flows through the village.
It was rebuilt in 1415 by Šarban from Struza attested in papers found by bishop Genadije in 1856. The monastery was burndamaged in 1813 and renovated by 1817.