The Shortened List of the Shrines of Kosovo and Metohija from 13th to 20th centuries

This list of Shrines is base on a study by Milan Ivanovic, Crkveni spomenici XIII-XX veka (Church Monuments from 13th to 20th century) from Zaduzbine Kosova (The Foundations of Kosovo), Prizren-Belgrade 1987, and other recent publications. dragan Jovanovic, researcher, compiled the major part of this list

Sites in alphabetic order

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | LJ |M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V | Z |

A

AJKOBILA (in the Middle Age Prozdrikobila, Pristina): demolished church in the vicinity of the present-day mosque.
AJNOVCE (in the Middle Ages Hainovci, K. Kamenica): 1. ruins of the Tamnica monastery with the church built and frescoed in the 14C on the foundations of an older Byzantme basilica; 2. remains of a church in the old cemetery on the site called Ravan.
ALAGINA RIJEKA (Pec): 1. ruins of a Serbian church on Crkveno Brdo (Church Hill); 2. remains of a church near the place called Izvorski Laz.
ARILJACA (in the Middle Ages Arhidijaca, Pristina): ancient ruins of a church and an old Serbian graveyard.

B


BABALOC (in the Middle Ages Babe, Decane): according to legend, a mosque was erected on the site of an old church.
BABLJAK (Urosevac): old church (restored in 1966, dedicated to the Holy Trinity); a Serbian priest mentioned in the census of 1455.
BACKA (Dragas): church of St. Barbara formerly occupied the site called Vakuf.
BADOVAC (Pristina): 1. remains of an old church on the site called Crkvine (i.e. ruins of a church), 2. ruins of a former church above the Belograb site; 3. ruuns of the monastery of Vojsilovica (14C) at Androvacki Breg - its stone remains were used for the building of the Catholic church of St Nicholas in Janjevo, the Turkish mill on the Gracanka river and dwellings of the Albamians from nearby villages; 4. an old church, above the cemetery, on the site called Krstac.
BAJCINA (in the Middle Ages Bajcino Podujevo): a Serbian church existed (village priest mentioned in the census of 1455).
BAJGORA (formerly Bela Gora K.Mitrovica): remains of a church on the site called Backa.
BAKS (Srbica): microtoponyms "Crkva" (Church) and "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley) indicate that a church once existed in the village.
BALABANE (Pristina): ruins of an ancient church next to the old graveyard on the site called Crkvena Livada (Church Meadow).
BALANCE (Vitina): 1. remains of the church of St Helen in the village; 2. ruins of the monastery of St Eliah, above the village.
BANOV DO (in the Middle Ages Banje Polje, K. Mitrovica): on the foundations of an old Serbiam church, a new church was erected in 1950; next to it is an ancient Serbian cemetery.
BANJE (K. Mitrovica): 1. church erected in recent times on the site of an old one, surrounded by the old and present-day village cemetery; 2. remains of a monastery with a church and a bell-tower ( 13C or 14C), restored in 1492, in the Cpilje-Kuline hamlet; a large medieval graveyard situated on the plateau surrounding the church.
BANJE, BANJA RUDNICKA (Srbica): 1. church of St Nicholas erected by the Serbian feudatory Rodop some time before 1432; restored in the 20C 2. old Serbian cemetery on the St Paraskeve hill; 3. another old Serbian cemetery towards the village of Suho Grlo.
BANJICA (Glogovac): according to legend and some microtoponyms, the church of St Sava and an old Serbian graveyard were situated in the village.
BANJICA (Lipljan): a church existed once (suggested by the reference to a village priest in the census of 1455 and the toponym "Crkvena Njiva (Church Field).
BANJSKA (K. Mitrovica): 1. monastery of Banjska 2. remains of the church of St. Elijah (mentioned in 1313) in the hamlet of Jelici; 3. remains of an old church in the hamlet of Stevonci; 4. traces of a structure, perhaps a church, in the hamlet of Kozareva Rijeka.
BANJSKA (Vucitrn): 1. old church of St Nicholas; 2. ruins of the church of St Stephen in the hamlet of Seliste.
BARAINA (in the Middle Ages Barajino or Borajno, Podujevo): according to written sources, a Serbian church existed there in the 15C.
BARANE (in the Middle Ages Barani, Pec): unascertained monastery of Barane (mentioned in 15th and 16th-century sources); 2. the site where an old graveyard was formerly siruated.
BARDOSAN (Djakovica): 1. ruins of an old Serbian church and a graveyard (recorded in the 19C); 2. archaeological ret mains of early medieval Slavic culture.
BARE (Leposavic): old Serbian graveyard.
BARILJEVO (Pristina): church of Samodreza (village priest mentioned as early as 1455); the Turks used its building material for the construction of the mill on the Lab river at the beginning of the 19C.
BATAIRE (in the Middle Ages Batahire, K. Mitrovica): the toponym "Crkva" (Church) points to the former presence of a Serbian church in the village.
BATUSA (Djakovica): a written source from 1330 refers to the church of St Nicholas in the village (according to tradition, it occupied the site of the present-day mosque).
BEGOV LUKAVAC (in the Middle Ages Lukavac Istok): remains of an old Serbian church and devastated graveyard on the hill of Vucur; a note from 1643 makes mention of the church of St George in the village.
BEGUNCE (Vitina): old church formerly existed.
BELA CRKVA (Orahovac): 1. remains of an early three-aisled Byzantine basilica and a necropolis; 2. church of St Elijah, mentioned in a source from 1330 (unascertained); 3. church of St Helena, formerly situated on the road to the Sopnic village; 4. church of the Holy Archangels, on the site called Listenol.
BELAJE (Decane): rock-cut anchoritic dwellings of the Decani monastery on Streocka Mt: 1. hermitage of King Stefan Decanski; 2. hermitage of St Helena (built up); 3. central hermitage (between the former rwo); 4. hermitage of St Ephraim (14C); 5. Belajska hermitage (church of the Virgin) chief monastic anchoritic dwelling with 14th-century frescoes.
BELASICA, VRHLAB (Podujevo): according to folk legend in the village and its surroundings there were seven sites with the ruins of former churches.
BELEG (Decane): in the previous century, the ruins of a Serbian church and old graveyard still existed in the village.
BELICA (Istok): 1. Lazarica church, formerly venerating St George (probably from the 14C; repeatedly restored in the 16C, 17C and 18C); old and new graveyards are situated next to it; 2. remains of a church.
BELINCE (Urosevac): remains of a church on the site called Kisha (Crkva (Church)).
BELO BRDO (Leposavic): uninvestigated ruins of a former church and remains of a medieval mine.
BELOGRACE (in the Middle Ages Belogradice, Kacanik): ruins of a former church with a graveyard used to exist once.
BELO POLJE (Istok): remains of a church, dedicated according to legend, to the Holy Saviour, and of an old graveyard on the site called Crkvenjak (Verger).
BELO POLJE (Pec): the census of 1455 makes mention of rwo priests and a monk in the village. Today exist: 1. church of the Presentation of the Virgin (19C) erected on the foundations of an ancient church, surrounded by an old graveyard; 2. remains of a church on the hill called Krst (Cross); 3. the cave called Careva Stolica, or Razboj (the Emperor's Stool or the Loom) (according to legend, used to be a hermitage).
BELO POLJE (Podujevo): a church existed in the 15C.
BELUCE (Leposavic): ruins of an old church and an old graveyard. BENCUK (in the Middle Ages Bencuj Vucitnn): remains of the church and dormitory called Dusan's church.
BEREVCE (Urosevac): 1. church of St Paraskeve with a belltower (mentioned in a note from 1353); 2. ruins of the church of St Demetrios on the site called Crkvica (Small Church)
BERIVOJCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): church of Globarica, dedicated to st John with frescoes from the 16/17C (village priest mentioned in the census of 1455).
BERKOVAC or BERKOVICA: unascertained village (mentioned in the 15C in the Lapska nachye) somewhere in the environs of Podujevo, with "the church of "St Vasil" (Basil).
BERKOVO (Klina): church of the Holy Archangels formerly situated on the site called Crkviste (i.e ruins of a church), demolished by the Turks; above Crkviste an old Serbian graveyard survives.
BESINJE (Pristina): an old Serbian church stood once on the site called Crkveni Do (Church Valley); an old graveyard situated today on the site called Babino Groblje; the Pustinja Leskovac monastery (mentioned in 1455) formerly located in the vicinity of the village.
BINAC (Vitina): 1. ruins of an old settlement above the village; in the village and its environs there are the ruins of the churches of St Paraskeve St Stephen and c, Nicholas (recently restored); 3. monastery of the Archangel Michael (Buzovik), south of the village, from the 14-16C with the remains of two layers of frescoes (the younger dating from the 16C).
BISTRAZIN (in the Middle Ages Bisazina, Djakovica): new church, erected on the foundations of an old one demolished in 1941; the old and new graveyard formerly situated next to it.
BISTRICA (Leposavic): remains of a church and an old graveyard.
BISTRICA SALJSKA (Leposavic): remains of an old church on the site called Crkviste (ruins of a church).
BITINJA see GORNJA and DONJA BITINJA
BIVOLJAK (Vucitrn): old cemetery, known as the Wallachian cemetery.
BLAGAJE (Pec): old Serbian cemetery.
BLJAC (Dragas): in the village with several old Serbian toponyms, the remains of a smaller church still existed in the mill-19C.
BOB (Kacanik): archaeological finds of two churches, Byzantine and medieval Serbian, with a graveyard, on the site called Crkva (Church).
BOBOVAC, BOBOVCE, BOBOJEVCE (Klina): ruins of a church with an old graveyard existed until 1870.
BOGOSEVCI (Prizren): 1. church of St Nicholas in the graveyard (16C) frescoed in the 16/17C; 2. church of the Dormition of the Virgin in the hamlet of Peicici (18C).
BOJNOVICE, BOJINOVICE (in Kolasin upon the Ibar) 1. Old cemetery, in the Bojnovacko field 2. a church formerly situated on the site called Crkvine (i.e. ruins of a church), in the centre of the village; 3. old graveyard church, on the outskirts of the village, restored in 1950.
BOLJETIN (K.Mitrovica): Sokolica monastery with the church of the Intercession the Virgin (14-15C) at the foot of the Sokolica his; the church contains damaged frescoes, especially valuable is the marble sculpture of the Virgin with Christ transferred from Banjska, the demolished mausoleum of King Milutin (1312-1316); a Serbian graveyard situated above the monastery.
BOLJEVCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): 1. ruins of the old church of St Panteleemon with the traces of the original fresco-pamtmg.
BORCANE (in the Middle Ages Borcani, Leposavic): new church erected in the 19C on the foundations of the ruins of a former church, on the hill above the village.
BOSCE (Kriva Reka neat Novo Brdo): several Serbian microtoponyms and an old cemetery have survived.
BOSTANE (Pristina): 1. remains of the medieval Saxon (Latin) church venerating the Virgin, scarce fragments of frescoes with Cyrillic and Roman inscriptions; 2. church of the Virgin in the graveyard, erected in the 19C with the material of the old church of the Virgin in Novo Brdo beneath Mt Javor.
BRABONIC (K. Mitrovica): old ruins of a former church.
BRADAS (Podujevo): Three churches formerly existed (whose stone remains were carried off in the 19C and 20C); the remains of one have survived.
BRAINA (Podujevo): according to histoncal sources the village had: 1. church of the Virgin Amolyntos Brainassa - of Braina (14C); 2. church of St Nicholas (14C) 3. church of St Peter (14C). The remains of two churches and two old graveyards have been uncovered in the village area
BRASALJCE (Gnjilane) 1. ruins of a former church in the hamlet of Barice; 2. ruins of a former church in the hamlet of Sasivar.
BRATILOVICE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): 1. remains of an old church on the site called Crkviste (ruins of a church) in the location named Rupiste 2. demolished old church on the site called Prisoje in Rupiste.
BRATOTIN (Orahovac): old church on the Glavica hill; old and present-day Serbian cemetery, north of the village.
BRECE (in the Middle Ages Brezovica, Podujevo): ruins of an old church in the Haimovic (Halilovic) mahala.
BRESJE (in the Middle Ages Brestije, Pristina): church of St Catherine, demolished in the 19C by Jashar-Pasha Dzanic, restored in the 20C.
BRESNICA (K. Mitrovica): traces of the ruins of a church (village priest mentioned as early as the 15C), old graveyard on the hillock above the village; remains of amother old graveyard in the hamlet of Alin Do.
BRESTOVAC (Orahovac): microtoponym relating to the old graveyard.
BRESTOVIK (Pec): old graveyard on the site also occupied by the remains of a church (village priest mentioned in the 15C).
BREZNA (Dragas): according to legend, the church of St John occupied the site of the present-day mosque (confirmed by the toponym Crkveni Do - Church Valley).
BRNJACA (in the Middle Ages Brnjasca, Orahovac): ruins of the church of St Kyriake (mentioned in a source from 1348) embellished with stone reliefs in the 16C and repeatedly restored.
BRNJAK: 1. foundations of several structures (probably belonging to Queen Helen of Anjou palace, known only from written sources) discovered near the confluence of the Oklach stream into the Brnjicka river; 2. medieval cemetery in the hamlet of Basce; 3. remains of an old church near the graveyard in the hamlet of Dublje; 4. ruins of a church and an old graveyard on the site called Krnje; 5. remains of an old church called Crkvas in the hamlet of Presjeke 6. small dilapidated church in the hamlet of Staro Guvno 7. traces of a graveyard in the hamlet of Usce on the site where, according to tradition, a church stood once.
BROCNA (in the Middle Ages Brodna, Srbica): old Serbian graveyard and the site called Crkviste (i.e. ruins of a church) (village priest referred to in the 15C); according to legend, the village mosque was erected on the site formerly occupied by a church
BROD (Dragas): 1. church of St Demetrios (unascertained); 2. church of St Panteleimon and an old graveyard on the Pantelejci hill; 3. church of St Nicholas (completely destroyed in the 20C), 4. old Christian cemetery (situated on the site of the present-day burrial ground for cattle).
BROD (Urosevac): remains of the church of St Peter, near the village, and of an old graveyard, in the village.
BRODOSAVCE (Dragas): 1. remains of a larger church stood above the village in the 19C; 2. remains of the small medieval fortress of Zinovo in the area of the same name.
BRUS (Lipljan): a church existed in the hamlet of Velih Brus very old Jewish cemetery located near the village.
BRUSNIK (Vucitrn): remains of an old church on the site called Marina Voda.
BRUT (Dragas): old graveyard with a demolished church on the site called Vakuf.
BRVENIK (Podujevo): remains of the medieval fortress of Brvenik with the foundations of buildings and outer walls (a church situated in the centre).
BRZANCE (Leposavic): old cemetery.
BUBE (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): 1. remains of an old church in the village graveyard 2. remains of two old probably eccleciastical, buildings on the his called Bupski Siljak.
BUBLJE (Malisevo): Budisavci monastery with the church of the Transfiguration (14C), the church restored and frescoed in 1568, to the wish of the Patriarch Makarije Sokolovic.
BURINCE (in the Middle Ages Bujince, Podujevo): a church existed (demolished so that Pashas mill would be constnucted with its stone remains)
BUSINJE (Pristina) locality "Srpsko groblje" (Serbian Graveyard).
BUSOVATO, BUSOVATA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old cemetery (now called the Jewish cemetery).
BUSAC: unascertained village (in the wide neighborhood of Pristina), in which, according to a written source from 1581, the church of St Nicholas was located.
BUSNICE (in the Middle Ages Baosici, Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old cemetery called Jewish, on the site called Bara.
BUZEC (Dragas): remains of an old church on the site called Crkviste (i.e. ruins of a church).

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CAREVAJKA (Gnjilane): foundations of an old church on the site called Crkvena Bukva (Church Beech); by the stream near the village, next to the demolished church, was an old graveyard.
CAREVAC (Suva Reka): ruins of a modest-sized church.
CAREVCE (K. Kamenica): very old graveyard.
CECELIJA (Vucitrn): locality "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley).
CERANJA (Leposavic): remains of the church of St Paraskeve (with spolia from antiquity), in Ceranjska Reka, on the site called Mramor.
CERNICA (Gnjilane): village church referred to in a document from 1512. Three churches are known today: 1. ruins of the church of St Paraskeve, in the present-day village; 2. ruins of the church of the Holy Saviour, in the present-day village 3. new church of St Elijah, erected in 1933.
CEROVIK (Klina): microtopnyms "Crkva" (Church) and "Srpsko Groblje" (Serbian Graveyard) anest to the existence of an old Serbian graveyard and church.
CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS in the Lapska nachye: mentioned in the 15C, with three monks (which indicates that it was a monastery), but its site has not been precisely acsertained.
CREPULJA (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): church of St Nicholas, probably erected in the 14C, completely reconstructed in the 16/17C; painted with Eescoes in the 18C.
CRKOLEZ (Istok): 1. church of St. John in the old graveyard built in the 14C, adorned with frescoes in 1672/73 (treasuring a coDection of 17th-century icons), 2. amother church might have existed near the village (grazing lands called "Sabor - Crkva" ("Cathedral Church") and "Celije" (Cells).
CRKVENA VODICA (formerly Crvena Vodica, Pristina): remains of an old church and an old graveyard.
CRMLJANE (in the Middle Ages Crmlje, Djakovica): a church formerly located on the Crmljanska peak (village priest mentioned in the 15C), converted by the Turks into a turbeh an archaeological locality is also situated in that place (Iron Age).
CRNCE (in the Middle Ages Crnca, Istok): church at "Crnca in Hvosno" mentioned in 1264, until the middle-19C, remains of the church and the old graveyard stood on the slope above the village, on the site called Crkviste (ruins of a church).
CRNI LUG (Malisevo): in the 15C, there was a church with a priest (noted in a Turkish defter).
CRNI VRH (in the Middle Ages Cmu Vrh Pec): the 19C registered the ruins of the church of St John the Baptist; only an old graveyard exists today
CRNOLJEVO (Urosevac): according to tradition a Serbian church stood on the site of the present-day mosque.
CRNOVRAN (Malisevo): remains of the foundations of a church, on the his outside the village, on the site called "Kod Crkvenog Cera" ("By the Church Oak").
CRVENI (Leposavic): remains of the medieval church called the Mining church.
CABIC (Klina): 1. church of St Peter, mentioned in a charter from 1335, unascertained; 2. church of St Nicholas, with 17th century frescoes, 3. remains of the "graveyard of the Lalics", near the village intersection; 4. "the graveyard of the Mazics" in the village.
CABRA (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): old cemetery.
CAGLAVICA (Pristina): old graveyard with a modest buildmg for memorial feasts.
CAJDRAG (Suva Reka): locality "Srpsko Groblje" (Serbian Cemetery).
CARAKOVCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old cemetery.
CECEVO: church of St Paraskeve constructed in 1938 on the foundations of an older church (14C), remains of two buildings from the original complex situated next to it; several old graves west of the church.
CELOPEK (Pec): old graveyard on the site called Glavicica.
CESKOVO (Klina): locality "Crkviste" (ruins of a church) and an old graveyard.
CIFLAK (Orahovac): graveyard in which the church of St Basil stood, on the eastem side of the village.
CIKATOVO (in the Middle Ages Cigotovo, Glogovac): "Jezevica" church constructed after World War 1, at present only an old graveyard exists. The foundations of the church have been dug out by the Albanians, who also plowell the site.
CITLUK (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): 1. old graveyard on the site called Dublje; 2. old graveyard and remains of walls on the site called Cardacine (where according to tradition, was a town); 3. the monastery of Duboki Potok, with the church of the Presentation of the Virgin, above the village.
CUBELJ (Srbica): localities "Crkveni Izvor" (Church Well), "Crkvena Njiva" (Church Field) and "Srpsko Groblje (Serbian Cemetary).
CESENOVICE, CESANOVICE (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): remains of an ancient church in the old graveyard, on the hillock called Crkvina (ruins of a church).
CIREZ (Srbica): in a Turkish census of the 15C the "Lozoris (?) church" was noted on the village territory; today, the locality called "Groblje Srba" (Graveyard of the Serbs) exists.
CUSKA (Pec): until recently, the old cemetery of the exiled Serbs stood completely preserved.

D


DABISEVCE (in the Middle Ages Dabizivovci, Pristina): at the end of the 19C, the abandoned church widh the foumder's inscription above the entrance still existed.
DAJKOVCE (formerly Dojkovce, Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old church existed on the site called Prekobanjik.
DAMJANE DAMNJANE (Djakovica) 1. church and an old graveyard formerly situated in the Trava mahala; 2. remains of a church near the site called Dva Bresta (Two Elms) (Catholic church in the village of Smac built with its stone remains); 3. church in Seh-mahala (with its stone remains, the Albanians constructed a bridge and a house in the village) 4. the fourth village church located on the site where in 1940 Mon Bajram erected his tower Two microtoponyms and the name of the village also bear witness to the existence of Serbian churches.
DAVIDOVCE (Urosevac): traces of a Serbian graveyard in the part of the village called Staroselo where a church used to occupy the site called Crkva (Church). DAZDINCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo) pan of the village still called Srpsko Groblje (Serbian Cemetary).
DECANE (Decane): 1. Decani monastery 2. hemmitages in Decani, see Belaje, Hemmitages.
DEDINJE (K.Mitrovica): microtoponym -Kod Crkve" (By the Church).
DELOVCE (Suva Reka): ruins of the church of St Nicholas and an old graveyard.
DESIVOJCE (Kriva Reka on Novo Brdo): remains of a church in the old graveyard have been archaeologically established.
DEVAJE (Vitina): ruins of a church on the site called Bresje (village priest mentioned in the 15C) and traces of an old settlement in Seliste.
DEVIC, monastery, see LAUSA.
DIKANCE (Dragas): remains of an old settlement with the ruins of a church in the locality called Popove Rupe (Priest's Holes), near the village.
DIVLJAKA (in the Middle Ages Divjak, Lipljan): remains of an old village church and an old graveyard, as well as the localities "Crkva" (Church) and "Crkvena Livada" (Church Meadow).
DOBLIBARE (Djakovica): 1. archaeological remains of early medieval Slavic culture, 2. ruins of a church and a graveyard were present in tbe village in 1868; the 19C saw the construction of the turbeh called Djordje with the material from the church of St George.
DOBRAVA (in the Middle Ages Dobrhava, Leposavic): old ruins of a former church and a graveyard.
DOBRCANE (Gnjilane): 1. ruins of the so-called Latin Church, on the site named Baba-Andjin Most; 2. ruins of the church of St Basil above the village, 3. church of St Paraskeve constructed after 1918; 4. ruins of the old fortress of Kaljaja, near the village.
DOBRA VODA, UNJEMIR (Klina): 1. church (monastery?) of St Peter - Petrovica, with the remains of frescoes and stone decoration from the 14C and 16C; 2. the so-called Little Church, unresearched, on the sire called Crkveni Lug (Church Grove).
DOBRI DO (Pec): 1. written sources from 1330 make mention of the church of St Kyriake (unascertained), 2. remains of the medieval church of St Demetrios; 3. ruins of a church (considered to be the remains of the church of the Virgin Amolyntos); 2. remains of an old settlement and graveyard, near tbe ruins.
DOBRI DOL (Klina): remains of the church of St Demetrios (village priest mentioned in 1455) and an old graveyard used to exist.
DOBRI DOL (Podujevo): small village cemetery.
DOBRODOLJANE (Suva Reka): church of St Stephen existed in the 16C; demolished by Mahmud-Pasha of Skadar in the first half of the 19C, when the village was forcibly Turkized..
DOBROSEVAC (Glogovac): a written soutce from the 14C mentiones the remains of a church and "Dmitar's church" within the village bounds, two microtoponyms testify to the existence of churches in the village and its neighbourhood.
DOBROTIN (Lipljan) old church of St Demetrios.
DOBROTIN (Podujevo): surviving graveyard; a church existed in the 15C.
DOBRUSA (Istok): remains of an old church on the hill of Vucar and two old graveyards (the Albanians from the village of Prekale made use of stone remains for tbe construction of their houses),
DOBRUSTA (Prizren): monastic church of St Nicholas, restored around 1332 by King Dusan (there are several locations near the village on which it might have stood).
DOJNICE, DOJINICE (in the Middle Ages Doenci, Prizren): over the ruins of the church of the Virgin of the Passion a new church was erected in 1940.
DOLAC (Klina): the Turkish census of 1455 makes mention of two village priests and a monastery with three monks near the village, today exist: 1. church of the Presentation of the Virgin, formerly in the monastic range (remains of two expansive wars), with frescoes dating from the 14C and from 1620; 2. traces of a church in one of three old graveyards.
DOLJ (Djakovica): a church existed on the site called Doljska Crkva (Doljska Church).
DOLJAK (Vucitrn): old graveyard; microtoponym "Crkvina" (ruins of a church) testisfies to the existence of a church.
DOMANEK (in the Middle Ages Domaneg Malisevo): in the mill-19C, the remains of an old church, according to legend a monastery, were noted; as early as the 14C the church of St Elias existed in the village or its environs.
DOMOROVCE (Izmornik): ruins of a large monastery on the hill of Popovac and three very old graveyards in the village and near the Konculjska gorge.
DONJA BITINJA (Urosevac): 1. church of St Theodore with 16th-century frescoes; 2. church of St Demetrios, the 16C.
DONJA DUBNICA (Vucitrn): an old church formedy existed (village priest mentioned as early as 1455) ,probably somewhere around today's Crkveni Do (Church Valley).
DONJA DUBNICA (Podujevo): a church existed in the 15C.
DONJA FUSTICA (Glogovac): ruins of a medieval church ( 14C and 16C), near the site called Crkva (Church).
DONJA GADIMLJA (Lipljan): microtoponym "Crkva Jorgovanova" (Jorgovan's Church).
DONJA GUSTERICA (Lipljan): church of the Holy Prince Lazar erected at the outset of the 20C, on the site of the old church of the Beheading of St John the Baptist.
DONJA KLINA (Srbica): as early as 1455, the village had a priest; today the microtoponym "Crkva" (Church) exists.
DONJA LAPASTICA (Podujevo) the village had a church in the 15C its site is probably indicated by the present-day microtoponym "Crkva" (Church).
DONJA RAKOVICA: an unascertained village in the sanjak of Vucitrn and the Lapska nachye (the Turkish census of 1455 makes mention of the church of St Nicholas near the village).
DONJA SUDIMLJA (Vucitrn): old cemetery.
DONJE DOBREVO (in the Middle Ages Dobrijevo, Pristina): at the time of the immigration of the Albanians in the 18C, a Serbim church stood on the site called Crkva (Church).
DONJE GODANCE (Urosevac): village church constructed after World War 1.
DONJE ISEVO (Leposavic): ruins of an old church and an old graveyard.
DONJE KORMINJANE (Izmornik): church with 19th-century frescoes.
DONJE LJUPCE (Podujevo) a church existed in the 15C (the census of 1455 refers to two village priests), and a monastery was situated in the neighbourhood.
DONJE NERODIMLJE (Urosevac): according to the Turkish census of 1455, the village had two Serbian priests. At present, there are: 1. remains of the church of St Stephen; 2. restored church of the Virgin on the Glavica hill 3. church of St Nicholas, erected on the foundations of sm old church.
DONJE ZABARE (K. Mitrovica): locality called "Crkva" (Church).
DONJI JASENOVIK (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): remains of churches on the hill of Janjevac and in the location called Staro Groblje (Old Graveyard).
DONJI LIVOC (Gnjilane): tuins of a church at the top called llijina Glava.
DONJI MAKRES (Gnjilane): traces of an old settlement and the foundations of a Serbian church on the site called Seliste; rwo old graveyards on the sites of Rudna Padina and Ljudje.
DONJI OBILIC (Srbica): microtoponyms "Crkva" (Church) and "Crkvena Glava (Church Head).
DONJI SIBOVAC (Podujevo): a church existed once (the census of 1455 mentions a village priest).
DONJI STRMAC (Srbica): remains of in old church on the site called Crkvina (ruins of a church).
DONJE RAMNJANE (Vitina): ruins of an old church registered at the start of the 19C.
DRAGANAC (Gnjilane): monastery with the church of the Archangel Gabriel erected in the 19C over the ruins of an old church.
DRAGAS: remains of an old churh and a graveyard on the site called Cukare.
DRAGOBILJE (Malisevo): church of the Virgin mentioned in a 14th century written source.
DRAGOBRATA: unascertained village in the sanjak of Vucitrn; a monk mentioned in the 15C, and the church of St John in the 16C.
DRAGOLJEVAC (Istok): remains of two churches (in the Petkovica field and on the site called Crkvine (ruins of a church) and an old Serbian graveyard; as early as the 14C, the so-called Krstovo Crkviste (i.e. ruins of the Church of the Cross) stood near the village.
DRAGOVAC (Pristina) old graveyard
DRAINOVICE (K. Mitrovica): ruins of an ancient church with an old graveyard.
DRAJCICI (Prizren): church of St. Nicholas (the end of the 16C), with frescoes smd icons from the 16/17C.
DRAJKOVCE (Urosevac): church of the 40 martyrs of Sebasteia from the 16C (restored)
DRAMNJAK (m the Middle Ages Drobnjak, Urosevac): an old church occupied the site called Crkvene Jaruge (Church Gullies).
DREN (Leposavic): remains of a church.
DRENOVAC (Klina): remains of the church of St Nicholas registered in the 19C; at present, there is an old graveyard.
DRENOVAC (Orahovac): worship stone above the village (m all probability, remnant of the old church of St Panteleimon).
DRENOVCIC (Klina): a church formerly existed on the his above the village, on the site called Crkviste (ruins of a church); at present, two cemetenes are located near the village.
DRENOGLAVA (Kacanik): ruins of the so-called Macicka church, not far from the village.
DROBNJAK (Kacanik): graveyard and the church of St George formerly existed (village priests mentioned in the censuses of 1452 smd 1455).
DRSNIK (Klina): 1. remains of an old fortress, on the hill above the village; 2. church of St Paraskeve (St Nicholas) with 16th-century frescoes; 3. remains of a former church in the place called Celije (Cdls)
DUBOKA (in the Middle Ages Glboko, Leposavic): a new church erected on the foundations of an old one, on Duplje hill.
DUBOKI POTOK (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): church of the Virgin in the monastery of the Presentation of the Virgin erected in the 14C, restored in the 166 and 18C, and also in recent tmmes.
DUBOVNIK (Decane): ruins of an old church and an old graveyard
DUBOVO (Pec): according to tradition, the present-day mosque was erected on the site of a former church; the remains of an old Serbian graveyard are situated at the foot of the Ozrim hill.
DUGA (Lipljan): microtoponym "Crkva" (Church) and a census from the 15C bear witness to the existence of a Serbian church.
DUJAK (Djakovica): ruins of an old church with a churchyard existed in the 19C.
DULJE (in the Middle Ages Duhlje, Suva Reka): 1. remains of the church of the Holy Sanour in the graveyard, 2. ruins of the church of St Paraskeve by the spring of the Lukara stream.
DUNAVO (Gnjilane): 1. ruins of sm old church near the site called Velika Kosa; 2. ruins of a church near the site called Reka.
DUZ (formerly Dusje or Dusci, Podujevo): a Serbian church existed in the 15C; the ruins of three churches registered in the 19C.
DVORANE (Suva Reka): 1. modest village church of the Holy Saviour, 2. ruins of the church of the Archangel Michael; 3. Serbian cemetery demolished by the Albanians in 1984,
DJAKOVICA 1. unascertained church (in the 16C), metoch of the Decani monastery, a village priest mentioned as early as the 15C); 2. church of the Dormition of the Virgin (with icons from the 17C, 18C and 19C) in Srpska Street; 3. Iarge church, mausoleum of the Serbian warriors fallen in the wars of 1912-1918 (dynamited in 1949).
DJELEKARE (Vitina): ruins of a church probably existed in the vicinity of today's Crkveni Kladenac (Church Well) (village priest mentioned in the census of 1455).
DJOCAJ (Decane): microtoponym "Grobac" (Small Grave) marks a Serbian grave or graveyard (perished).
DJONAJ (Prizren): 1. remains of the church of St Catherine, near an old mill, 2. remains of a church (Catholic?), on the site called Gedza.
DJURAKOVAC (Istok): 1. church of St Nicholas, with a sepulchar slab from the 14C and frescoes from the 16C a stecak tombstone from the 14/15C in the Serbiam graveyard in front of the church; 2. a Catholic church recently built over the remains of the church of the Holy Anargyroi; 3. ruins of a former church with an old graveyard, at the present-day trash dump.
DJURDJEV DOL (Kacanik): remains of an old church registered on the site called Crkva (Church).
DJURKOVCE (Urosevac): toponym "Crkviste" (ruins of a church) points to the existence of an old church.

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ENCE (Pristina): a microtoponym testifies to the existence of a church.

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FIRAJA (Urosevac), see PAPRATNA
FIRIDJEJE (formerly Stanilovac, Knva Reka near Novo Brdo): old graveyard.

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GATANJE (Urosevac): the village had three churches: 1. on the site called Manastir (Monastery); 2. on the site called Kaludjere (of the Monks) 3. church of St Nicholas (recently reconstructed in east of Gornja Mahala).
GAZIVODE (K. Mitrovica): remains of a town-fortress stood on the hill above the village; an old graveyard located in the village.
GLADNO SELO (Glogovac): microtoponym "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley) points to the existence of a village church.
GLAVICICA (Pec): old and present day cemetery.
GLIVNIK (Dragas): ancient graveyard and ruins of a church on the site of an old, abandoned village.
GLOBOCICA (Dragas) present day mosque constructed upon the foundations of a former church; the plateau above the village still called Crkva (Church)
GLOBOCICA (in the Middle Ages Dlbocica, Kacanik): at the end of the 19C, the church of St Nicholas (?) with an old graveyard, whose traces have been destroyed, stood in the centre of the village.
GLODJANE (Decane): old cemetery (called Zivko's Cemetery), in the Zivkaj mahala.
GLOGOVAC: remains of the foundations of a medieval church, on Mt Kosmaca, south of the village; a Serbiam cemetery in the village.
GLOGOVCE GLOGOVICA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): ruins of an old church in the hamlet of Demovici.
GLOGOVCE (Lipljan): old cemetery (called Svatovsko, i.e. the Wellding Guests' Cemetery).
GMINCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): ruins of the old church of St Paraskeve on the site called Crkve (Churches).
GNJEZDANE (in the Middle Ages Gnjezdani, Leposavic): old cemetery.
GNJILANE (in the Middle Ages Gnivljani): church of St Paraskeve probably occupied the site called Petkovce (Petigovce) 2. monastery of St John south of the town (demolished by the Turks in the 18C); 3. church of St Nicholas, erected in the 19C on the foundations of an older church.
GODANCE (in the Middle Ages Hudince, Glogovac): according to written sources from the 15C and 17C, the vilsage had a church.
GOJBULJA (Vucitm): old church of St Paraskeve in the village graveyard (recently restored); a Serbian graveyard from the 18C.
GORANCE (Kacanik): 1. church of St Atanas (Athanasios) in the centre of the village demolished by the Albanians, 2. ruins of the church (monastery?) of St Elijah, above the village, 3 church of St Nicholas, formerly located in the west part of the village; 4. ruins of the church of St Paraskeve, in the west part of the village 5. church of the Virgin, situated in the north-east of the village; 6. church of St George in the north of the village (demolished in the 19C); 7. church of the Holy Archangels, previously located in the north-east side of the village.
GORAZDEVAC (in the Middle Ages Gorazde Vas, Pec): 1. Iog-cabin church, dedicated to St Jerome, dating from the 16C (the oldest in Serbia), in the old graveyard; 2. church of the Intercession of the Virgin, erected in 1926.
GORNJA BITINA (Urosevac): new church constructed over the remains of the old church of St George (the apse with old frescoes) several stone slabs from the 14C have survived in the church and next to it (the Turkish census of 1455 makes mention of two village priests).
GORNJA BRNJICA (Pristina): church of the Holy Aposdes Peter and Paul, erected in 1975 on the foundations of the old church of St Nicholas.
GORNJA GUSTERICA (Lipljan): 1. ruins of a former church, dedicated to St Elijah; 2. ruins of the church of the Virgin Amolyntos with an old graveyard.
GORNJA KLINA (Srbica): a 15th-century source makes mention of "the monastery of St Ahilije" (Achilleios) in the vicinity of the village; several microtoponyms testify to the existence of a church.
GORNJA KRUSICA (Suva Reka): microtoponym "Srpsko Groblje" (Serbian Cemetery).
GORNJA LAPASTICA (Podujevo): a village church existed in the 15C (when mention is made of its priest), probably on the site of the present-day ruins.
GORNJA NERODIMLJA (Urosevac): in the 14C, the palaces of Serbian rulers were situated in Nerodimlja (Rodimlja Porodimlja). Today exist: 1. monastery of the Holy Archangels from the 14C, restored in 1700; 2. church of the Dormition of the Virgin ("the Monastery of St Uros"), in the hamlet of Sarenik dating, according to legend from the 14C, 3. remains of the church of St Nicholas, near the site called Kaludjerska Vodenica (Monks' Mill), where the ruins of several secular structures (as it seems, the palaces of rulers) are situated; 4. foundations of three churches in the village.
GORNJA SLATINA (Vitina): microtoponym "Crkvene Njive" (Church Fields) testifies that the village used to have a church.
GORNJA SRBICA (Prizren): church of St Basil, erected in 1863 over the ruins of an old church.
GORNJA SUDIMLJA (Vucitrn): remains of a church on the site called "Crkviste" (ruins of a church) and two old Serbian graveyards.
GORNJA SIPASNICA (Knva Reka near Novo Brdo): ruins of a church, in the village, and the church of St Panteleimon, in a village field, towards Donja Sipasnica.
GORNJE GADIMLJE (Lipljan): ruins a former church and the significant archaeological site called Gradina (Lower Stone Age and Iron Age).
GORNJE GODANCE (Lipljan): ruins of an old church on the site called Zirovnica.
GORNJE KARACEVO (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): a priest mentioned in the village in the 15C, so that it must have had a church at that time, nowadays, the area of the old Serbian graveyard is used by the Albanians for grazing cattle.
GORNJE KORMINJANE (Izmomik): the demolished monastery of St George in the wood not far from the village; an old graveyard next to the village.
GORNJE KUSCE (Gnjilane): remains of the churches of St Paraskeve and St Kyriake.
GORNJE LJUBINJE (Prizren): remains of the church" of St Paraskeve and St Kyriake.
GORNJE LJUPCE (Podujevo): a church existed, and perhaps a monastery as well (the census of 1455 makes mention of a village priest and a monk).
GORNJE POTOCANE (Orahovac): old church and graveyard formerly existed.
GORNJE PREKAZE (Srbica): in the 16C, mention is made of the monastic church of the Dormition of the Virgin; the old and new cemeteries exist nowadays.
GORNJE SELO (Prizren): the graveyard church of St George with stone ornamentation and frescoes from the 16/17C.
GORNJE VINARCE (K. Mitrovica): medieval church, restored in the 16C; in 1972, demolished by a group of Albanians.
GORNJI and DONJI CRNOBREG (in the Middle Ages Crveni Breg, Decane): a written source from 1330 refers to the church of St Nicholas (stir existed in the 19C) and St George in the environs of the village.
GORNJI and DONJI STREOC (Decane): in the 14C, mention is made of the church of St Stephen (Stefanja church) and the monastery of the Holy Anargyroi, the old Serbian cemetery with one stecak situated in Nevestin Vrh (Bride's Peak)
GORNJI JASENOVIK (K. Mitrovica): remains of a church and an old graveyard on the Leskovaca hillock and the site called Rovce.
GORNJI KRNJIN (in the Middle Ages Krnjino, Leposavic): ruins called the Latin church.
GORNJI LIVOC (Gnjilane): the site of a former church, near the hamlet of Jabucani.
GORNJI MAKRES (Gnjilane): remains of an old settlement and old graveyard on the site called Grobljiste.
GORNJI OBILIC (Srbica): acccording to a 17th-century travel account and folk tradition, the monastery of St George was situated in the vicinity of the village; next to the village, there is an old cemetery.
GORNJI PETRIC (Klina): remains of an ancient church in the graveyard (where according to tradition, was the monastery of St John the Baptist) and the ruins of the medieval town of Petric, on the his above the village.
GORNJI STRMAC (between Kolasin upon the Ibar and Drenica): old graveyard church (restored in recent times) in the hamlet of Perkovac, and the old Serbian cemetery in the hamlet of Rusce.
GORNJI STRMAC (Srbica): restored old church and an old graveyard.
GORNJI SUVI DO (K. Mitrovica): small church and an old graveyard.
GOROZUP (Prizren): umril recent times, the microroponym of the old Serbian cemetery was preserved.
GOTOVUSA (Urosevac): 1. church of St Nicholas with 16th-century frescoes; 2. old church of the Dormition of the Virgin (restored in 1886); 3. traces of an old church in the vicinity of the ancient fortress of Zidovica.
GRABAC (Klina): remains of the church of the Holy Trinity and an old graveyard.
GRABANICA (Klina): the surviving name of the old Serbian cemetery.
GRABOVAC (K. Mitrovica): old graveyard and the ruins of a former church.
GRACE (Vucitrn): old graveyard and the ruins of a formet church were situated in Ljigate, near the river Lab.
GRACANICA (Pristina): 1. Gracanica monastery); 2. medieval hermitage of St Luke near the Kiznicki stream; 3. monument to the Serbian soldiers fallen in the wars of 1912-1918; 4. Gladnice, an early Slavic necropolis from the 6-7C.
GRADICA (Glogovac): according to 15th-century Turkish census, a church existed there.
GRADJENIK (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): remains of demolished church on the site called Seliste and in the Kaludjerica mahala.
GRAMOCEL (in the Middle Ages Grmocel, Decane): foundations of an old church with the remains of medieval bricks and frescoes (the census of 1455 makes mention of a village priest) in the present-day Catholic cemetery.
GRANICANE (Leposavic): 1. remains of an old church in the village graveyard, 2. church erected around 1860 in the old graveyard, razed ro the ground in 1876.
GRAZDANIK (m the Middle Ages Ogradjenik, Prizren): in the 14C, the church of St Pantaleemon stood on the hill near the village demolished in the 16C by Suzi Celebija a converted Turk from Prizren, who erecred a palace on its site.
GRCINA, GRCIN (Djakovica): according to tradition, the village had five churches.
GREBNIK (Klina) 1. ruins of the Church of St Jerome and an old graveyard on the site called Kucine, where an old settlement was situated; 2. old cemetery, on the hill west of the village, 3. church erected in 1920 on the site of a former religious building (dedicated to St Athanasios?).
GREBNO (Urosevac): at the end of the 19C and the beginning of the 20C, the ruins of two churches stood in the village, and above the village was the church called Manastir (Monastery).
GREKOVCE (in the Middle Ages Grehovac, Suva Reka): ruins of an old church.
GRIZIME (in the Middle Ages Grizimjeh, Knva Reka near Novo Brdo) traces of an old settlement; according to tradition, an old church was situated on the present-day locality called Crkviste (ruins of a church).
GRKAJE (Leposavic): univestigated remains of an old church.
GRMOVO (Vitina): a church existed in the village (priest mentioned in the Turkish census of 1455).
GRNCAR (Vitina): 1. village church of St Nicholas constructed on the foundations of an old in all likelihood monastic church; 2. ruins of the church of St Paraskeve, above the village, 3. ruins of an old fortress, called Staro Gradiste or Kaleja, above the village; 4. shrine from the pagan epoch and late antiquity, and, as it appears, a Christian cell - hemmitage, in the cave above the village.
GULIJE (Leposavic): small village church, south-east of the village.
GUMNISTE (Vucitm): ruins of rwo churches, in the mahalas of Zekej and Memetej, an old cemetery situated on the site called Ulica.
GUNCATE (Malisevo): in the mill-19C, remains of a former church and of an old graveyard still existed.
GUSICA (Vitina): old church with a graveyard formerly existed.

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HOCA ZAGRADSKA (in the Middle Ages Hodca beneath Cviljen Prizren): 1. remains of the church of St Nicholas (mentioned in notes from the 16C and 17C) recorded in the 19C.
HRTICA (in the Middle Ages Rtica, Podujevo): remains of the church of St Cyrill and Methodios, with an old graveyard, in Donja Hrtica.

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IBARSKO POSTENJE (Leposavic): remains of a church on the his called Crkvine (ruins of a church).
IGLAREVO (Klina): old church (a village priest mentioned in the 15C) and a graveyard existed.
ISTINIC (Decame): 1. monastery of St Symeon, mentioned in 1485, 2. ruins of the church of St Elijah, registered in the 19C; 3. so-called "Obaljena" ("Pulled down") church, mentioned in the 19C, 4. in the first half of the 20C, old Serbian tombstones could still be seen in the present-day Albanian cemetery.
ISTOK: 1. remains of an ancient church, in the old graveyard, on the site called Crkvine (ruins of a church); 2. church of St Peter and Paul, erected in 1929; 3. Gorioc monastery with the old church of St Nicholas (according to tradition, dating from the 14C, repeatedly restored).
IVAJA (in the Middle Ages Ivanje, Kacanik): ruins of a church (of St Demetrios?), on the site called Crkva (Church).
IZBICE (Srbica): the church of the Ascention in "Isbinac" known from historical sources, probably located in the vicinity of the village.

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JABLANICA (Djakovica): ruins of a church and a graveyard noted down in 1868.
JABUKA (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): remains of an ancient church and graveyard dating from the Late Middle Ages.
JANCISTE (Malisevo): in 1879, a graveyard with the remains of a former church still existed un the village.
JANJEVO (Lipljan): 1. church of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel mentioned in the Plakaonicka mahala in 1548; 2. church of the Annuciation mentioned in the Sopotska mahala in 1581; 3. on the foundations of the old church of St Nicholas (with frescoes and old inscriptions) a Catholic church was erected in the 19C.
JARINJE (Leposavic): remains of an old church and graveyard in the hamlet of Mijatovici; several specimens of old village houses typical of the area at the foot of Mt Kopaonik.
JASENOVIK (Pristina): a church existed in the 15C; today there are rwo old graveyards and the ruins of rwo churches: in Beli Breg and near the hamlet of Filipovci (dedicated to the Virgin).
JAZINCE (Urosevac) I church of St Paraskeve erected on the site of the former log-cabin church 2. the site called Crkvine (ruins of a church) (near the present-day school), on which an old church formerly stood.
JELAKCE (in the Middle Ages Jelasci Leposavic): remains of an old church near the hamlet of Strzin - perhaps the church of the Archangel Michael, erected by the Archbishop Danilo II (1324-1337).
JELOVAC (Klina): a church existed in the 15C; the remains of the church of St Paraskeve have survived in the graveyard and the ruins of another church on the hill called Celije (Cells).
JESKOVO (in the Middle Ages Elhovev or Elhovo, Prizren): in the 14C, the church of St Nicholas was situated in the neighbourhood of the village.
JEZERCE (Urosevac): 1. church of St Elijah, once situated on the site called Crkvena Livada (Church Meadow); 2. church of St Uros, constructed in the 19C on the site of the large temple dedicated to the Dormition of the Virgin; 3. ruins of a church in the hamlet called Prorok, on the Rid ridge.
JOSANICA (in the Middle Ages Jelsanica, Klina): remains of a church (of the Holy Saviour?) with whose material the mosque in the village of Lesan (Pec) was constructed in the 19C.
JOSANICA (in the Middle Ages Jelsanica, Leposavic): remains of the old church of the Resurrection in the village graveyard and 4 roadside tombstones from the beginning of the 20C.
JUNIK (Decane): old ruins of a church and a graveyrad in the Stepan-mahala.

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KABAS (formerly Grm, Vitina): demolished church, formerly situated near the village; the old graveyard has been plowed.
KABAS HAS (Prizren): remains of a medieval fortress with massive oval walls and a church in its centre, on the his called Dubovi Sv Djordja (Oaks of St George).
KABAS KORISKI (formerly St Peter, Prizren): 1. hermitage and monastery of St Peter of Korisa with the remains of three layers of frescoes from the 13C and the 14C; 2. foundations of the church of the Virgin next to the hermitage; 3. remains of a church with a crypt in the Luka-mahala; 4. unascertained remains of another church in the Luka-mahala, known from tradition; 5. ruins of the Graveyard church (remains of frescoes with Cyrillic inscriptions); next to the church was a cemetery with tombstones from the 15C and 16C, used for the construction of boundary lines between estates; 6. walls of a massive tower or a bell tower, on the hill of Cuklja.
KACIKOL (Pristina): remains of an old church and a graveyard in the mahala of Limonovic.
KAJKOVO (in the Middle Ages Kaikovo, Leposavic): remains of an old graveyard church.
KALICANE (Istok): an old church formerly existed; slabs fmm the church of Studenica Hvostanska were incorporated into the walls of the village mosque.
KALUDRA (in Kolasm upon the Ibar): 1. old graveyard and the ruins of a church in the hamlet of Velika Kaludra; 2. another old graveyard, in Mala Kaludra.
KAMENICA (Leposavic): remains of an old church with a dommitory, bell-tower and small graveyard.
KARACE (Vucitrn): mycrotoponym "Crkva" (Church).
KARACICA (Lipljan): a Serbian church existed in the 15C, as it appears, in the present-day locality called "Crkva" (Church).
KARASINDJERDJ (Prizren): old church of St George, after which the village was named, probably situated on the site called Crkvene Njive (Church Fields). Today this site is occupied by the memorial chapel of the Franciscan Stefan Djecovija.
KARMIL, KARMEL: unascertained monastery with the church of St Elijah from the 14C (built by the Serbian Patnarch Joanikije); registered in a 15th-century census as situated somewhere "in the nachye of Pec".
KASICA (Istok): 1. remains of an old church, in Brdo Malisica; 2. foundations of a church and an old graveyard (north of the village).
KIJEVCICE (in the Middle Ages also Doljani, Leposavic): ruins of a former church (above the counfluence of the Crnilovica stream), an old water mill (on the stream), and an old graveyard.
KIJEVO (Klina): old church of St Nicholas from the 16C, perhaps even from the 14C, the narthex, added at a later date, was painted in 1602/3; the bell-tower. Dates from the 19C.
KISELA BANJA (Podujevo): remains of an old church on the site called Miloseva Crkva (Milos's Church).
KISNA REKA (Glogovac): foundations of an old church, on the his above the village.
KLADERNICA (Srbica): microtoponyms "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley) and "Srpsko Groblje" (Serbian Cemetery).
KLECKA (Lipljam): a church existed in the 15C (the surviving toponym "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley).
KLINA 1. remains of the church of the Presentation of the Virgin in the nothern part of the village; the old and new cemetery located in proximity; 2. ruins of a former church were formerly situated in the village, in the clearing called Vakaf.
KLINAVAC (Klina): remains of the church of St. Paraskeve in the village graveyard.
KLOBUKAR (Pristina) ruins of an old church on the site called Crkviste (ruins of a church), and the remains of the slag ground of a medieval mine (Novo Brdo).
KLOKOT (Vitina): 1. demolished church of St Nicholas in the village 2. Crkveni Lugovi (Church Groves) with the site called Lugovska Crkva (Grove Church) near the village; 3 traces of the old settlement called Vrban-grad, 4. old graveyard, formerly situated in the so-called Seliste (remains of a village); 5. archaeological remains of a large Roman settlement.
KLOPOTNIK: ruins of the medieval fortress called Klopotnik, with the remains of a church and a suburb on the hill of the same name between the villages of Ugljar and Dobrosevina.
KMETOVCE (Gnjilane): ruins of the monastery and church of St Demetrios (St Barbara) from the 14C with the fray meets of frescoes; next to the church is a very old cemetery.
KOBILJA GLAVA (in Kolaxin upon the Ibar): old cemetery.
KOJLOVICA (Pristina): an old graveyard in the village amd the remains of the old church of St Elijah, not far from the village.
KOLIC (Pristina): a church existed once.
KOLO (Vucittn): church of St Mark registered in the 15C (erected by Olivera Balsic in the 14C). The remains of two churches exist today: in the Rasevacki stream and in Klisura.
KOLOLEC (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old graveyard and an old church.
KOMORANE (Glogovac): locality "Crkveni Lugovi" (Church Groves); an old Serbian cemetery situated next to the village.
KONJUH (Lipljan): old graveyard.
KOPORICE (Leposavic): the village had churches as early as the 14C, nowadays their remains are found on the hill called Mali Krst (Small Cross) and in the hamlet of Zavrata (Modri Mel) an old graveyard stands on the site called Dub and the ruins of an ancient town are on the hill of Straznik; remains of an old mining settlement have also survived.
KOPRIVNICA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): a village church existed in the 15C; the remains of an old church and abandoned graveyard stand near the hill of Sitak, while the ruins of an old fortress are on the hill.
KORBULIC (Kacanik): an old church was situated in the wood, on the site called Crkva (Church), and an old graveyard on the site called Kljuc.
KORENICA (Djakovica): old ruins, probably of a church.
KORETIN (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): a Slavic archaeological site (9-1 IC).
KORETISTE, KURETISTE (Gnjilane): remains of the church of the Virgin, in the pan of the village called Seliste (remains of a village); an old graveyard (Kane's graveyard) located near the village, and an abandoned medieval mine situated on the Glam hill.
KORISA (Prizren): 1. remains of the church of St Peter erected before 1343 (with the fragments of 14th-century frescoes); restored several times, for it was demolished in 1885 (the mosque in Korisa built with its stone remains), then in 1915-1918 and in 1941; 2. remains of the church of St Nicholas on the slopes of Gradiste (demolished fortress) 3. ruins of the church of St George (14C) with the fragments of frescoes, in the village graveyard, 3. church of the Intercession of the Virgin with the fragments of murals from the 16-17C, riddled with bullets, in the hamlet of Vrelo; 5. remains of the fortified monastery of Muzljak (with the fragments of frescoes), abandoned in the 17C, above the hamlet of Muzljak; 6 monastery of St Mark of Korisa from 1467, restored in the 17C; in 1915, the Albanians devastated it and murdered the monks; the restored monastery was plundered in 1941, now restored again 7. hermitage of St Mark of Korisa, on the hill above the monastery.
KOSIN (Urosevac): remains of a church in the hamlet of Seliste.
KOSMACA (Glogovac): the mountain on which the tums of a fortress are situated, as well as those of a church, or, according to tradition, the Jezevica monastery, King Milutin's foundation.
KOSORIC (in the Middle Ages Kosorici, Pec): remains of an old graveyard.
KOSOVCE, KOSOVCI (Dragas): locality "Crkva" (Church) in the meadows testifies to the existence of an old church.
KOSOVO POLJE: church of St Nicholas erected in 1940 on the foundations of an older ecclesiastical structure.
KOSOVSKA KAMENICA: 1. ruins of an ancient fortress, in all likelihood Prizrenac, on the Kuline hill ruins of an old church are beneath it; 2. new church, erected at the beginning of the 20C on the foundations of an older one, in the town: surrounded by an old graveyard.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA: 1. church of St Demetrios (14C) stood at the foot of Mali Zvecan: 2. church of St Sava (the end of the 19C), 3. traces of an old small church in today's graveyard, on the road to Pristina, according to unconftrmed data, the church of St Elijah was situated in the southem part of the town.
KOSTADINCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo) remains of an older Serbian village (devastated by the Turks in the mid 19C) and traces of an old cemetery on the site called Grobiste.
KOSTIN POTOK (Leposavic): remains of an old church and an old graveyard.
KOSTRC (Srbica): traces of two small medieval churches and a medieval graveyard.
KOSTRCE (in the Middle Ages Kostrc Suva Reka): the Byzantine and Serbian medieval fortress of Kostrc formerly overlooked the present-day village.
KOS (Istok): of two churches (according to tradition dedicated to the Virgin and St Nicholas), only the ruins have survived - one in the Obradovic mahala, near the neglected "Selarevic" graveyard, and the other in the village cemetery (a more recent church erected over it). The traces of foundations (according to tradition a monastery) can be found on the site called Devicak. The new church of the Holy Prince Lazar was constructed in the centre of the village in 1969.
KOSARE (Urosevac): old necropolis called Srpsko Groblje (Serbian Graveyard).
KOSTANJEVO (Urosevac): ruins of a church by the present day mosque, on the site called Crkva (Church); in the 19C the church of st Peter was situated near the village.
KOSUTOVO (K. Mitrovica): ruins of a church existed in the locality called Crkva (Church).
KOSUTOVO (Leposavic): according to unconfirmed data, the traces of the remains of a church and a graveyard exist there.
KOTLINA (Kacanik): foundations of a medieval church and several Orthodox tombs uncovered on the ute of the presentday mosque.
KOTORE (Srbica): microtoponyms "Crkva" (Church) and "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley) have preserved the memory of the destroyed church.
KOVACEVAC (Kacanik): ruins of an old church formerly existed.
KOVACICA (K. Mitrovica): remains of a former church on the site called Crkvena Livada (Church Meadow).
KOZNIK (Orahovac): ruins of a modestly sized church surrounded by walls (probably a fortified monastery in the past).
KPUZ (formerly Kupusce, Klina): 1. remains of an old church and an old graveyard on the hill of Dolinci 2. ruins of a church (west of the village) whose stone fragments were used for marking boundaries between estates.
KRAJISTE (Lipljan): remains of the monastic church of the Holy Anargyroi in the Serbian cemetery (mentioned in 15th century documents), demolished by Jasar-Pasha Dzanic in the 19C.
KRAJNI DEL (formerly Kranidol, Knva Reka near Novo Brdo): monastery of St Luke mentioned in the 15C and the 16C today there is the locality "Srpsko Groblje" (Serbian Graveyard; the traces of an old settlement exist on the site called "Seliste" (remains of a village).
KRALJANE (Djakovica): remains of an old fortress and a church with a small graveyard situated on the hill near the village (according to tradition, it was a large royal town with the church of St John the Baptist).
KRASMIROVAC (Srbica): locality "Srbinov Grob" (the Serb's Grave), probably occupied by a graveyard once.
KRAVASARIJA, KRAVOSERIJA (Malisevo): ruins of a church upon which a primary school building was erected after 1945.
KREMENATA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): remains of an old church and graveyard on the site of a former settlement (not far from the present-day Serbian cemetery) the remains of the medieval mine of Ce'ovi are located in the vicinity of the village.
KRILJEVO (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): ruins of an old church on the site called Crkva (Church).
KRNJINA (Istok): old graveyard, formerly with a church, on the hill above the village the localities "Kod Crkve" (By the Church) and "Crkviste" (i.e. ruins of a church) exist in the village.
KRNJINCE (Klina): church of St George, with a graveyard demolished in the second half of the 19C.
KRPIMEJ (Podujevo): 1. church of St Peter and Paul on the Kraljevica hill, erected upon the foundations of an older, according to tradition medieval, religious building 2. remains of medieval walls unearthed in the village, probably belonging to an ecclesiastical sttucture.
KRSTAC (Dragas) 1. ruins of the church of St Panteleimon, on the Pantelevac hill in Veliki Krstac 2. remains of a church on the Djula hill 3. remains of a former church and an old graveyard in Mali Krstac, on the site called Rudina.
KRUSEVAC (Srbica): in the 13C, the churches of St Bartholomew and St Elijah were situated near the village (unascertained).
KRUSEVICA (Podujevo): a 15th-century written source indicates that a monastery may have existed in the village or its surroumdings.
KUCICA (Srbica): the mill-19C recorded the ruins of two churches today a microtoponym survives indicating that a graveyard also existed once.
KUKULJANE, KUKOLJANE (Dragas) : microtoponym "Crkva" (Church) survives.
KUTNJE (Leposavic): ruins of the Kutna church, on the his by the Ibar river
KUZMIKAN, KUZMICANI, KOZMEKAN: an unscenained monastery in "the nachye of Pec" (mentioned in the Turkish censuses from the 15C and the 16C).
KUZMIN (in the Middle Ages Kuzmino, Pristina): ruins of an old church and an old graveyard.
KRVENIK (in the Middle Ages Pokrivenik, Kacanik): ruins of the so-called Staro Selo with the remains of a church (the village burned down by the Turks in 1690).

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LABLJANE (Pec): nor far from the village stands the ancient oak-tree next to which the Patriarch Atsenije III gathered the Serbs who escaped from the Turks in 1690 and started the Great Migration to the north. An old graveyard, and perhaps the old ruins of a former church was situated next to the oak.
LABLJANE (Pristina): old cemetery.
LABUCEVO (Orahovac): anchoritic cave-dwellings the so called Uljarice north east of the village, in the ravine above the cascades of the Mirusa river - 1. the large rock-cut church from the 14C restored in the 16C, with the fragments of medieval ceramics, glass and frescoes, 2. small rock cut dwelling (the remains of frescoes completely destroyed by Albanian shepherds).
LAJCIC, LEJACIC (in the Middle Ages Leocic, Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): ruins of an old church and an old graveyard formerly existed.
LANDOVICA (in the Middle Ages Lutovica, Prizren): the 19C recorded the remains of the church of St Catherine and an old graveyard in Nemislje.
LAPLJE SELO (in the Middle Ages Ljapov, Pristina): church of St Paraskeve, tecently erected upon the remains of an older church (village priests mentioned as early as the 15C).
LAUSA (in the Middle Ages Lovisa, Srbica): 1. medieval monastery of Devic, restored several times, with the complex of churches dedicated to the Presentation of the Virgin, St Joanikios and St George. In 1941 destroyed by the Albanian nationalists. The monastery reconstruction, in whose ruins frescoes from the 15C, 16C and 19C were umcovered, commenced in 1950. 2. hemmitage of St loannikios of Devic, on the hill north of the monastery, demolished in 1941 3. medieval cemetery called Groblje Srba (Graveyard of the Serbs), in the village.
LEOCINA (in the Middle Ages Lel'cino, Srbica): 1. church of St John from the 14C completely reconstructed in the 16C, widh the remains of frescoes (16C): next to it stretches a large graveyard with stone crosses from the 17C the 18C and the 19C 2. remains of the so-called Kaludjerska (Monks') church (of the Transfiguration) ( 14C).
LEPINA (Lipljan): church existed in the 15C old ruins of a church and an old graveyard survive.
LEPOSAVIC 1. remains of the church of the Dormition of the Virgin, by the graveyard 2. remains of the church dedicated to the Palm Sunday, in the part of the settlement called Ulije 3. church of the Crucifiction, constructed in 1935 on the foundations of an older church, on the Gradac hill.
LESKOVAC (in the Middle Ages Leskovec, Klina): an old church existed (the traces of which have perished)
LESKOVCIC (Pristina): old graveyard.
LESKOVEC (Prizren): the site formerly occupied by an old graveyard.
LESAK (in the Middle Ages Ljes'k, Leposavic): 1. church of the Dormition of the Virgin, erected in recent times on the foundations of an older church: 2 "Borjani" church in the hamlet of Kamen 3. old graveyard in the hamlet of Vrujci, on the Okruglica hill, 4. drinking foumtain called Sulender in the hamlet of Vrujci earthen pipes brought water to it even in the Middle Ages.
LESANE (Suva Reka): remains of the church dedicated to St Kyriake.
LESNICA (Podujevo): a church existed (a village priest mentioned as early as the 15C).
LESTANE (Dragas): in 1861, the ruins of a church were recorded to have existed in the village.
LESTAR, LJESTAR (in the Middle Ages Lestije, Knva Reka near Novo Brdo): remains of two demolished churches - on the site called Manastir (Monastery) and the present-day cemetary.
LETNICA (Vitina): new church of the Virgin erected in 1934 on the foundations of the Catholic church from 1584 (restored in the 19C), treasuring two wooden statues from the 16/17C.
LIPLJAN 1. church of the Presentation of the Virgin from the 14C (reconstructed and expanded in the 16C) with frescoes from the 14C and 16/17C beneath the church foundations, the remains of two Florus basilicas have been uncovered 2. church of SS Florus and Laurus, recently constructed.
LIPOVAC (Djakovica): a church probably existed on the site called Crkvena Stena (Church Rock), above the village.
LIPOVCI (Gnjilane): ruins of the old church of St Paraskeve and an old graveyard, in the village; the remains of an older settlement near the village.
LIPOVICA (K. Mitrovica): the remains of an old, small church and an old cemetery.
LIPOVICA (in the Middle Ages Lipovci, Lipljan): a church formerly existed (suggested by a reference to a village priest in a 15th-century source and a microtoponym).
LISICA (K. Mitrovica): locality called "Staro Gorblje" (Old Graveyard) and the ruins of an old church.
LISOCKA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): traces of an old cemetery, on the site called Jovanovo Groblje (Jovan's graveyard); the ruins of an old Serbian church are situated next to it.
LIVACE (in the Middle Ages Livadije, Lipljan): church of St Gregory the Theologos erected in 1935 on the site of an old graveyard church, demolished to the order of the Turks.
LIZICA (Pec): according to historical sources, in this place (unascertained) the Archbishop Nikodim (1317-1324) constructed the church of St Sava, adorned by his successor Danilo II.
LOCANE (Decane): remains of a church existed until the end of the 19C an old cemetery and a village log-cabin (one of the oldest in Serbia) have survived.
LOKVICE (Prizren): 1. ruins of the church of the Holy Archangels ( 14C); 2. ruins of the church of St John or St George (16C); 3. church of St Elijah, erected in 1866 on the foundations of an older church; 4. old cemetery.
LOVAC (in the Middle Ages Lovac Potok K. Mitrovica): old graveyard with the ruins of a former church.
LOVCE (Gnjilane): two demolished churches used to exist; at present, there is only the locality called Crkveno Brdo (Church Hill).
LUCKA RIJEKA (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): 1. church from more recent times built upon the foundations of an older religous building; 2. ruins of an old, small-sized church, in Prijeselo, in the old graveyard; 3. old graveyard in Prljevo.
LUKA (Decane): remains of a church and an old graveyard noted in the 19C.
LUKARE (Pristina): it is known where the sites of the ruins of a church and an old graveyard were located.
LUKINAJ, LUKINJE (Pristina): ruins of a church (according ro tradition, of St Luke) on the site called Crkveni Do (Church Valley).
LUZANE (Podujevo): 1. medieval monasrery of St Nicholas, known from sources (unascertained); 2. Pasha's mill, built with the stone remains of the Serbian churches in the villages of Burince and Bradas

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LJESANE (Pec): after expelling the Serbs in the 19C, Hadzi Zeka, an Albanian, erected a mosque in the village making use of the stone and marble columns taken from the vast church of the Holy Saviour in the village of Josanica.
LJEVOSA (Pec): 1. remains of the church of St Nicholas, on Tavor 2. remains of the church of St George "in Zdrelnik" (before 1411); 3. remains of the church of St Demetrios (14C) with the traces of frescoes featunng Cyrillic letters in Meta's meadow; 4. remains of the church of the Birth of St John the Baptist on the site called Crkvine (Ruins of a Church); 5. remains of the church of the Holy Archangels in the village, 6. remains of the church of St Symeon the Myrrobletos; 7. monastic bell-tower on the Idvorac hill; 8. old graveyard above Savo's meadow 9. remains of the medieval fortress of Zdrelo, at the entrance ro the Rugovska ravine; 10. Kuzmica Pestera (the Kuzmics' Caves), a rock-cut dwelling west of the village; 11. according to tradition, the residence of a Patriarch of Pec was formerly situated in the hamlet of Krstelan.
LJUBENIC (Pec): old and new cemetery.
LJUBICEVO (Prizren): a written source from 1348 makes mention of the church of st Nicholas (unascertained).
LJUBIZDA (in the Middle Ages Ljubiznja, Malisevo): 1. remains of a former church in the centre of the village in the locality called "Kod Crkve" (by the Church); 2. remains of a structure, probably religious, and several graves, on the Ljubizdanski peak.
LJUBIZDA (in the Middle Ages Ljubiznja, Prizren): 1. church of St Nicholas from the 16C, restored and painted in 1867 2. ruins of the church of the Holy Saviour (the surviving Royal Doors dating from the 16C) upon which apartment houses have been recently constructed; 3. ruins of the church of St Paraskeve on the right bank of the Ljubizdanska river 4. remains of the church of St John (the surviving Royal Doors from the 16C) on the hill above the village 5. remains of the church of St Kyriake, near the village drinking fountain 6. remains of the church of St Kyriake in the hamlet of St John; 7. remains of the church of St Nicholas, in the hamlet of St John; 8. remains of the church of the Holy Anargyroi, in the hamlet of Todosici; 9. new church of St Elijah, in the Serbian cemetery, erected on the remains of an older church dedicated to the same saint 10. remains of the church of the Holy Archangels, in the yard of the present-day mosque; 11. remains of the church of St George near the Cooperative centre.
LJUBIZDA HAS (Prizren): a church existed, perhaps on the site called Grobovi (Tombs).
LJUBOVAC (in the Middle Ages Ljubonce, Srbica): old and new cemetery of the expelled Serbs.
LJUBOVISTE (in the Middle Ages Ljubovici Dragas): according to tradition, the village had nine churches; the remains of only one, allegedly monastic, church have survived on the site called Dub.
LJUBOVO (Istok): 1. church of St Basil of Ostrog built in 1939; 2. traces of an old graveyard, on the site called) Markov Cer (Marko's Oak).
LJUBOZDA (in the Middle Ages Ljubosta Istok): 1. foundations of a church (with the fragments of frescoes) and a dormitory, in the village 2. remains of a church and an old graveyard in the present-day graveyard; 3. remains of an old town-fortress, on the hill called Gradina.
LJUBUSA (in the Middle Ages Streoce, Decane): in 1854 the ruins of the church of Sr Elijah were seen by A. Boue in the village.
LJUMBARDA, LJUBARDA (Decane): ruins of an old church and a modest-sized cemetery recorded in the 19C.
LJUSTA (in the Middle Ages Ljustica K. Mitrovica): remains of a small, old church, below the hill in the village.
LJUTOGLAV (Prizren): old cemetery.
LJUTOGLAVA (Pec): 1. ruins of an old church formerly stood in the graveyard; 2. remains of an ancient town (mentioned in 1220), on the hill above the village.

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MACITEVO (Suva Reka): ruins of an old church in the centre of the village, and an old graveyard.
MADJERA (K. Mitrovica): a microtoponym testifies that a church existed in the village.
MAJANCE (in the Middle Ages Mojanovce, Podujevo): a church existed in the 15C.
MAJDEVO (Leposavic): walls of an old church in the village, and the remains of a fortified structure on the site called Kuline.
MAKOVAC (Pristina): microtoponyms "Crkvene Njive" (Church Fields) and "Crkveni Do" (Church Valley) bear witness to the existence of a church before the Albanians settled here.
MALA SLATINA (Pristina): microtoponym "Crkva" (Church) and the Serbian graveyard formerly existed in the village.
MALI DJURDJEVIK (Klina): old graveyard and the ruins of an old church.
MALI GODEN (Gnjilane): the Albanians that settled in 1780 found a dilapidated Serbian church and an old well which still exists today
MALISEVO (formerly Malesevo, Gnjilane): a church and an abandoned old graveyard were situated by the Vlajkovac stream.
MALO KRUSEVO (Klina): remains of the church of the Virgin Amolyntos and an old cemetery.
MALOPOLJCE (Urosevac): 1. three localities bearing the name "Crkva" (Church) exist today in the village whose priest is mentioned in the 15C 2. walls of a demolished church on the ridge called Pokvarena Crkva (Ruined Church) (Rid).
MALO ROPOTOVO (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old and abandoned church of St Nicholas, on the hill outside the village.
MAMUSA (in the Middle Ages Momusa, Prizren): clocktower (1815) in the yard of the mosque its bell was taken from a Smederevo church and brought as a booty by Mahmud-Pasha Rotul.
MANASTIRCE (Urosevac): a church (Drenkova Church) and a monastery existed in the 15C and 16C, the ruins of the latter have survived (on the site called Vrelo).
MANASTIRICA (Prizren): a church stood on the hill, northeast of the village (its traces have disappeared).
MANISINCE (Pristina): 1. traces of an old settlement and a church in the part of the village called Seliste (i.e. remains of a village); an old cemetery.
MAREVCE (in the Middle Ages Maroevci, Pristina): 1. ruins of a church by the Kukavicka river 2. remains of a church by the Modri stream; 3 ruins of a church in Klokoc; 4. demolished church in the settlement called Niksino Kolo (whose priest is mentioned in a note from the 16C); 5. remains of ore processing facilities from the Middle Ages.
MARINA (Srbica): written sources from the 15C and 16C testify to the former existence of a church.
MARMULE (Djakovica): ruins of a church and an old cemetery registered in the 19C; the remains of an old church and a graveyard can be discerned on the Rezina hillock above the village; another old graveyard located at the entrance to the village.
MATICA (K. Mitrovica): traces of the old ruins of a church and a graveyard.
MATICANE (Pristina): 1.1arge 10th-century necropolis, belonging ro the so-called Belobrdska Slavic culture; 2. old and abandoned graveyard.
MAZAP (in the Middle Ages Mihozub, Podujevo): old graveyard.
MAZGIT (Pristina): 1. memorial turbeh to the Turkish Sultan Murad I on the site where he was murdered by a Serbian nobleman (Milos Obilic) during the battle of Kosovo in 1389; 2 Marble Column (destroyed) erecred by the Despot Stefan Lazarevic on the site of the battle of Kosovo; the text written on the column, dedicated to the Serbian warriors, has survived in copies 3. monument to the legendary Serbian hero Milos Obilic, destroyed by the Albanian nationalists in 1941.
MAZNIK (Decane) ruins of a church and the remains of a graveyard recorded in the 19C.
MAZIC (K. Mitrovica): 1. ruins of an old church in the village; 2 ruins of two churches formerly situated on the site called Stara Trepca, in the village area, 3. ruins of the oldest mosque in Kosovo (15-16C).
MEDREGOVAC (in the Middle Ages Milidrugovce, Podujevo): Serbian cemetery.
MEDVECE (Lipljan): old graveyard.
MEDJEDJI POTOK (in Kolasin upon the Ibar): 1. ruins of a former church and an old graveyard in the hamlet of Krivcevici; 2. old graveyard in the hamlet of Kopilovici; 3. old graveyard called Grobljiste, above the Cukica mahala.
MELJENICA (K. Mitrovica): microtoponym "Kod Crkve" (By the Church) points to the site of a former ecclesiastical structure.
MESINA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): 1. ruins of a church on the sire called Svilas, 2. walls of a Serbian church in the graveyard, in the hamlet of Potok.
METOHIJA (Podujevo): remains of an old church on the site called "Crkva" (Church) in the village whose priests are mentioned in the 15C; another church was situated in the village cemetery, in the Donja Metohija mahala.
MIGANOVCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old ruins of a church and an old graveyard.
MIJALIC (Vucitrn): ruins of rwo churches - in the hamlet of Topal-Mihalic and by the Church stream.
MILANOVIC (Malisevo): microtoponym "Crkviste" (Ruins of a Church).
MILJAJ, MILA (in the Middle Ages Milista Prizren): ruins of a church recorded on the Kulin hill near the village, in the 19C.
MIOKOVICE (Leposavi6): old ruins of a church and a graveyard; two water-mills on the stream.
MIRUSA (Malisevo): church treasuring a collection of medieval manuscripts formerly existed; the foundations of a church were situated in the vicinity of the village on the site called "Kod Crkvenog Cera" (By the Church Oak).
MLECANE (formerly Mlecani, Klina): church of St Nicholas (called St Paraskeve) with frescoes from 1601/2, in the graveyard on the hill above the village.
MLIKE (Dragas): foundations of a church recorded in the 19C; the ruins of a former church and an old cemetery presently situated in the hamlet of Djurdjevica.
MOCARE (K. Kamenica): ruins of the monastery of Ubozac (Rdjavac) from the first half of the 14C, with the church dedicated to the Presentation of the Virgin surviving fragments of frescoes.
MOGILA (Vitina): church of St Theodore on the hill in the centre of the village; the old cemetery near the village has been plowed.
MOGLICA (Djakovica): ruins of an old church in today's Catholic cemetery; microtoponym "Pusto" or "Svadbarsko Groblje" (Deserted or Wedding Guests' Graveyard).
MOJSTIR (Istok): two churches existed - in the present-day hamlet of Staro Selo, on the site called Crkviste (Ruins of a Church), and in the cemetery situated in the village.
MOKRI DOL: unascertained monastery, somewhere in the vicinity of Pec (mentioned in Turkish census from 1485 and the 16C).
MONASTERY OF ST PETER AND PAUL: unascertained monastery, formerly belonging to Vucitrn, mentioned in a 16th-century Turkish census.
MORINA (in the Middle Ages Homorje, Djakovica): historical sources indicate that a church might have existed there.
MOSINCE (Leposavic): old ruins of a church and a graveyard.
MOVLJANE (in the Middle Ages Muhovljani, Suva Reka): ruins of an old church and an old cemetery.
MRAMOR (Pristina): two churches existed - on the site called Ljog, and the site called Manastir (Monastery) (the latter probably monastic).
MUCIVORCE, MUCIVRCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): a priest mentioned in the village as early as the 15C at present, the ruins of a Serbian church and an old Serbian graveyard are situated in it.
MURGA (Srbica): remains of an old church.
MURGULA (Podujevo): a church existed in the 15C.
MUSNIKOVO (Prizren): 1. church of St Peter and Paul with frescoes from 1563/64 erected, according to tradition, upon the foundations of a 14th-century church 2. church of St Nicholas in the graveyard, erected and painted in the second half of the 16C, with icons from the 17C.
MUSUTISTE (Suva Reka): 1. church of the Virgin Hodeghetria, erected in 1315 and frescoed soon afterwards; apart from the remains of frescoes, the church is embellished with two icons frnm 1603; 2 remains of the church of St Nicholas in the Upper mahala; 3. small church of the Holy Saviour in the Meciceva mahala- 4. church of St Symeon (mentioned in 1326) which has perished; 5. remains of the church of the Holy Archangel Michael in Pasha's mahala; 6. ruins of the church of St Nicholas in Pasha s (Golema) mahala; 7. remains of the church of St Athanasios in Pashas mahala; 8. remains of the church of St George in the Kovaceviceva mahala on the site called Mijovac; 9. church of St Paraskeve, west of the village 10. ruins of a church beneath the Bolovan mountain ridge, on the site called Carevac; 11. monastery of the Holy Trinity - Rusinica (the 14C 16C) 12. Rusinica hermitage (in all probability, from the 14C), above the monastery; 13. Matoske hermitages, by the spring of the Matoski stream; 14. Iocality called "Gradac" with the remains of an old fortress upon which a hunting house has been recently erected (above the hermttages).
MUZEVINE (Istok): remains of an old church (completely perished).
MUZICANE (Urosevac): small church and an old graveyard near the village, on the site called Staro Selo.