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MAZIĆ (K. Mitrovica): 1. ruins of an old church in the vil- lage; 2. ruins of two churches formerly situated on the site called Stara Trepča, in the village area, 3. ruins of the oldest mosque in Kosovo (15th–16th c.).
MEDREGOVAC (in the Middle ages Milidrugovce, Podu- jevo): Serbian cemetery.
MEDVECE (Lipljan): old graveyard.
MEDJEDJI POTOK (in Kolašin upon the ibar): 1. ruins of a former church and an old graveyard in the hamlet of Krivče- vići; 2. old graveyard in the hamlet of Kopilovići; 3. old grave- yard called Grobljište, above the Čukića mahala. MELJENICA (K. Mitrovica): microtoponym “Kod Crkve” (By the Church) points to the site of a former ecclesiastical structure. MEŠINA (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): remnants of an old church on the site called “Crkva” (Church) in the village whose priests are mentioned in the 15th c.; 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.
MIJALIĆ (Vučitrn): ruins of rwo churches—in the hamlet of Topal-Mihalić and by the Church stream.
MILANOVIĆ (Mališevo): microtoponym “Crkvište” (Ruins of a Church).
MILJAJ, MILA (in the Middle ages Milišta Prizren): ruins of a church recorded on the Kulin hill near the village, in the 19th c. MIOKOVIĆE (Leposavić): old ruins of a church and a grave- yard; two water-mills on the stream.
MIRUŠA (Mališevo): church treasuring a collection of medi- eval 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).
MLEČANE (formerly Mlečani, Klina): church of St. Nicholas (called St. Paraskeve) with frescos from 1601/1602, in the grave- yard on the hill above the village.
MLIKE (Dragaš): foundations of a church recorded in the 19th c.; the ruins of a former church and an old cemetery presently situated in the hamlet of Djurdjevica.
MOČARE (K. Kamenica): ruins of the monastery of Ubožac (Rdjavac) from the first half of the 14th c., with the church ded- icated to the Presentation of the Mother of God with surviv- ing fragments of frescos.
MOGILA (Vitina): church of St. Theodore on the hill in the center 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 Crkvište (Ruins of a Church), and in the cemetery situated in the village. MOKRI DOL: unascertained monastery, somewhere in the vicinity of Peć (mentioned in Turkish census from 1485 and the 16th c.).
MONASTERY OF STS. PETER AND PAUL: unascertained monastery, formerly belonging to Vučitrn, mentioned in a 16th-century Turkish census.
MORINA (in the Middle ages Homorje, Djakovica): histori- cal sources indicate that a church might have existed there. MOŠINCE (Leposavić): old ruins of a church and a grave- yard.
MOVLJANE (in the Middle ages Muhovljani, Suva Reka): ruins of an old church and an old cemetery.
MRAMOR (Priština): two churches existed—on the site called Ljog, and the site called Manastir (Monastery) (the lat- ter probably monastic).
MUČIVORCE, MUČIVRCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): a priest mentioned in the village as early as the 15th c. at pres- ent, the ruins of a Serbian church and an old Serbian grave- yard are situated in it.
MURGA (Srbica): remnants of an old church.
MURGULA (Podujevo): a church existed in the 15th c. MUŠNIKOVO (Prizren): 1. church of St. Peter and Paul with frescos from 1563/1564 erected, according to tradition, upon the foundations of a 14th-century church; 2. church of St. Nich- olas in the graveyard, erected and painted in the second half of the 16th c., with icons from the 17th c.
MUŠUTIŠTE (Suva Reka): 1. church of the Mother of God Hodeghetria, erected in 1315 and frescoed soon afterwards; apart from the remnants of frescos, the church is embellished with two icons from 1603, totally destroyed in 1999; 2. rem- nants of the church of St. Nicholas in the Upper mahala; 3. small church of the Holy Savior in the Mecićeva mahala; 4. church of St. Simeon (mentioned in 1326) which has perished; 5. remnants 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. remnants of the church of St. athana- sius in Pashas mahala; 8. remnants of the church of St. George in the Kovačevićeva mahala on the site called Mijovac; 9. church of St. Paraskeve, west of the village; 10. ruins of a church be- neath the Bolovan mountain ridge, on the site called Carevac; 11. monastery of the Holy Trinity—Rusinica (the 14th–16th c.); 12. Rusinica hermitage (in all probability, from the 14th c.), above the monastery; 13. Matoške hermitages, by the spring
The Christian Shrines of Kosovo and Metohija from the 13th to the 20th century
 Mušnikovo, Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, 16th century

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