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er of God with the fragments of murals from the 16th–17th c., riddled with bullets, in the hamlet of Vrelo; 5. remnants of the fortified monastery of Muzljak (with the fragments of fres- cos), abandoned in the 17th c., above the hamlet of Muzljak; 6. monastery of St. Mark of Koriša from 1467, restored in the 17th c.; 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 Koriša, on the hill above the monastery.
KOSIN (Uroševac): remnants of a church in the hamlet of Selište.
KOSMAČA (Glogovac): the mountain on which the tums of a fortress are situated, as well as those of a church, or, according to tradition, the ježevica monastery, King Milutin’s foundation. KOSORIĆ (in the Middle ages Kosorići, Peć): remnants of an old graveyard.
KOSOVCE, KOSOVCI (Dragaš): 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 20th c. on the foundations of an older one, in the town: sur- rounded by an old graveyard.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA: 1. church of St. Demetrius (14th c.) stood at the foot of Mali Zvečan; 2. church of St. Sava (the end of the 19th c.), 3. traces of an old small church in today’s graveyard, on the road to Priština, according to unconfirmed data, the church of St. elijah was situated in the southem part of the town.
KOSTADINCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): remnants of an older Serbian village (devastated by the Turks in the mid-19th c.) and traces of an old cemetery on the site called Grobište. KOSTIN POTOK (Leposavić): remnants 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 Byz- antine and Serbian medieval fortress of Kostrc formerly over- looked the present-day village.
KOŠ (istok): of two churches (according to tradition dedi- cated to the Mother of God and St. Nicholas), only the ruins have survived—one in the Obradović mahala, near the ne- glected “Selarević” graveyard, and the other in the village cem- etery (a more recent church erected over it). The traces of foundations (according to tradition a monastery) can be found on the site called Devičak. The new church of the Holy Prince Lazar was constructed in the center of the village in 1969. KOŠARE (Uroševac): old necropolis called Srpsko Groblje (Serbian Graveyard).
KOŠTANJEVO (Uroševac): ruins of a church by the present day mosque, on the site called Crkva (Church); in the 19th c. the church of St. Peter was situated near the village. KOŠTUNOVO (K. Mitrovica): ruins of a church existed in the locality called Crkva (Church).
KOŠUTOVO (Leposavić): according to unconfirmed data, the traces of the remnants of a church and a graveyard exist there.
Kosovska Mitrovica, Church of Saint Sava
KOTLINA (Kačanik): foundations of a medieval church and several Orthodox tombs uncovered on the site of the present- day mosque.
KOTORE (Srbica): microtoponyms “Crkva” (Church) and “Crkveni Do” (Church Valley) have preserved the memory of the destroyed church.
KOVAČEVAC (Kačanik): ruins of an old church formerly existed.
KOVAČICA (K. Mitrovica): remnants of a former church on the site called Crkvena Livada (Church Meadow).
KOZNIK (Orahovac): ruins of a modestly sized church sur- rounded by walls (probably a fortified monastery in the past). KPUZ (formerly Kupusce, Klina): 1. remnants 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 mark- ing boundaries between estates.
KRAJIŠTE (Lipljan): remnants of the monastic church of the Holy anargyroi in the Serbian cemetery (mentioned in 15th century documents), demolished by jashar-Pasha Džanić in the 19th c.
KRAJNI DEL (formerly Kranidol, Kriva Reka near Novo Br- do): monastery of St. Luke mentioned in the 15th c. and the 16th c. today there is the locality “Srpsko Groblje” (Serbian Graveyard; the traces of an old settlement exist on the site called “Selište” (remnants of a village).
KRALJANE (Djakovica): remnants 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.

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