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Milan ivanović and Dragan jovanović
 Devič Monastery, 16th century
BURINCE (in the Middle ages Bujince, Podujevo): a church existed (demolished so that Pashas mill would be constructed with its stone remnants)
BUSINJE (Priština) locality “Srpsko groblje” (Serbian Grave- yard).
BUSOVATO, BUSOVATA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old cemetery (now called the jewish cemetery).
BUŠAC: unascertained village (in the wide neighborhood of Priština), in which, according to a written source from 1581, the church of St. Nicholas was located.
BUŠNICE (in the Middle ages Baosići, Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old cemetery called jewish, on the site called Bara. BUZEC (Dragaš): remnants of an old church on the site called Crkvište (i.e. ruins of a church).
DABIŠEVCE (in the Middle ages Dabiživovci, Priština): at the end of the 19th c., the abandoned church widh the found- er’s inscription above the entrance still existed.
DAJKOVCE (formerly Dojkovce, Kriva Reka near Novo Br- do): old church existed on the site called Prekobanjik. DAMJANE, DAMNJANE (Djakovica): 1. church and an old graveyard formerly situated in the Trava mahala; 2. remnants of a church near the site called Dva Bresta (Two elms) (Cath- olic church in the village of Smać built with its stone rem- nants); 3. church in Seh-mahala (with its stone remnants, 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 Ser- bian churches.
DAVIDOVCE (Uroševac): traces of a Serbian graveyard in the part of the village called Staroselo where a church used to occupy the site called Crkva (Church).
DAŽDINCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo) pan of the village still called Srpsko Groblje (Serbian Cemetary).
DEČANE (Dečane): 1. Dečani monastery; 2. hermitages in Dečani, see Belaje, Hermitages.
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): remnants 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 15th c.) and traces of an old settlement in Selište.
DEVIČ, monastery, see LaUŠa.
DIKANCE (Dragaš): remnants 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): remnants 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 remnants of ear- ly medieval Slavic culture; 2. ruins of a church and a graveyard were present in the village in 1868; the 19th c. saw the construc- tion of the turbeh called Djordje with the material from the church of St. George.
DOBRAVA (in the Middle ages Dobrhava, Leposavić): old ruins of a former church and a graveyard.
DOBRČANE (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 construct- ed 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 remnants of frescos and stone decoration from the 14th and 16th c.; 2. the so-called Little Church, unresearched, on the sire called Crkveni Lug (Church Grove). DOBRI DO (Peć): 1. written sources from 1330 make men- tion of the church of St. Kyriake (unascertained); 2. remnants of the medieval church of St. Demetrius; 3. ruins of a church (considered to be the remnants of the church of the Mother of God amolyntos); 4. remnants of an old settlement and grave- yard, near the ruins.
DOBRI DOL (Klina): remnants of the church of St. Deme- trius (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 ex- isted in the 16th c.; demolished by Mahmud-Pasha of Scutari in the first half of the 19th c., when the village was forcibly Turkized. DOBROŠEVAC (Glogovac): a written source from the 14th c. mentiones the remnants 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. Demetrius. DOBROTIN (Podujevo): surviving graveyard; a church ex- isted in the 15th c.
DOBRUŠA (istok): remnants of an old church on the hill of Vučar and two old graveyards (the albanians from the village of Prekale made use of stone remains for tbe construction of their houses).

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