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JABLANICA (Djakovica): ruins of a church and a graveyard noted down in 1868.
JABUKA (in Kolašin upon the ibar): remnants of an ancient church and graveyard dating from the Late Middle ages. JANČIŠTE (Mališevo): in 1879, a graveyard with the rem- nants of a former church still existed un the village. JANJEVO (Lipljan): 1. church of the Holy archangels Mi- chael and Gabriel mentioned in the Plakaonička 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 frescos and old inscriptions) a Catholic church was erected in the 19th c.
JARINJE (Leposavić): remnants of an old church and grave- yard in the hamlet of Mijatovići; several specimens of old vil- lage houses typical of the area at the foot of Mt. Kopaonik. JASENOVIK (Priština): a church existed in the 15th c.; today there are rwo old graveyards and the ruins of rwo churches: in Beli Breg and near the hamlet of Filipovci (dedicated to the Mother of God).
JAŽINCE (Uroševac): 1. church of St. Paraskeve erected on the site of the former log-cabin church; 2. the site called Crk- vine (ruins of a church) (near the present-day school), on which an old church formerly stood.
JELAKCE (in the Middle ages jelašci, Leposavić): remnants 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 15th c.; the rem- nants of the church of St. Paraskeve have survived in the grave- yard and the ruins of another church on the hill called Ćelije (Cells).
JEŠKOVO (in the Middle ages elhovev or elhovo, Prizren): in the 14th c., the church of St. Nicholas was situated in the neighbourhood of the village.
JEZERCE (Uroševac): 1. church of St. elijah, once situated on the site called Crkvena Livada (Church Meadow); 2. church of St. Uroš, constructed in the 19th c. on the site of the large tem- ple dedicated to the Dormition of the Mother of God; 3. ruins of a church in the hamlet called Prorok, on the Rid ridge. JOŠANICA (in the Middle ages jelšanica, Klina): remnants of a church (of the Holy Savior?) with whose material the mosque in the village of Lešan (Peć) was constructed in the 19th c. JOŠANICA (in the Middle ages jelšanica, Leposavić): rem- nants of the old church of the Resurrection in the village grave- yard and 4 roadside tombstones from the beginning of the 20th c.
JUNIK (Dečane): old ruins of a church and a graveyrad in the Stepan-mahala.
KABAŠ (formerly Grm, Vitina): demolished church, former- ly situated near the village; the old graveyard has been plowed. KABAŠ HAS (Prizren): remnants of a medieval fortress with massive oval walls and a church in its center, on the his called Dubovi Svetog Djordja (Oaks of St. George).
KABAŠ KORIŠKI (formerly St. Peter, Prizren): 1. hermitage and monastery of St. Peter of Koriša with the remnants of three layers of frescos from the 13th c. and the 14th c.; 2. foun- dations of the church of the Mother of God next to the her- mitage; 3. remnants of a church with a crypt in the Luka-ma-
hala; 4. unascertained remnants of another church in the Lu- ka-mahala, known from tradition; 5. ruins of the Graveyard church (remnants of frescos with Cyrillic inscriptions); next to the church was a cemetery with tombstones from the 15th c. and 16th c., used for the construction of boundary lines be- tween estates; 6. walls of a massive tower or a bell tower, on the hill of Čuklja.
KAČIKOL (Priština): remnants of an old church and a grave- yard in the mahala of Limonović.
KAJKOVO (in the Middle ages Kaikovo, Leposavić): rem- nants of an old graveyard church.
KALIČANE (istok): an old church formerly existed; slabs from the church of Studenica Hvostanska were incorporated into the walls of the village mosque.
KALUDRA (in Kolašin upon the ibar): 1. old graveyard and the ruins of a church in the hamlet of Velika Kaludra; 2. an- other old graveyard, in Mala Kaludra.
KAMENICA (Leposavić): remnants of an old church with a dommitory, bell-tower and small graveyard.
KARAČE (Vučitrn): mycrotoponym “Crkva” (Church). KARAČICA (Lipljan): a Serbian church existed in the 15th c., 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 occu- pied by the memorial chapel of the Franciscan Stefan Djeco- vija.
KARMIL, KARMEL: unascertained monastery with the church of St. elijah from the 14th c. (built by the Serbian Patri- arch joanikije); registered in a 15th-century census as situated somewhere “in the nachye of Peć.”
KAŠICA (istok): 1. remnants of an old church, in Brdo Mali- šica; 2. foundations of a church and an old graveyard (north of the village).
KIJEVČIĆE (in the Middle ages also Doljani, Leposavić): ruins of a former church (above the counfluence of the Crni- lovića stream), an old water mill (on the stream), and an old graveyard.
KIJEVO (Klina): old church of St. Nicholas from the 16th c., perhaps even from the 14th c., the narthex, added at a later date, was painted in 1602–1603; the bell-tower. Dates from the 19th c.
Kabaš of Koriša, foundation remnants of Church of Saint Luke in Luka Mahala,
14th century
The Christian Shrines of Kosovo and Metohija from the 13th to the 20th century

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