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Milan ivanović and Dragan jovanović
 Orahovac, Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God
Orahovac, Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God
PALATNA (in the Middle ages Polatna, Podujevo): remnants of church foundations, encircled by an old graveyard. PALIVODENICE (Kačanik): traces of a larger place of wor- ship, probably a church, oriented in the west east direction. PANČELO (izmornik): abandoned old graveyard, further to the west of the present day village.
PANTINA (Vučitrn): ruins of an old church in the old and new graveyards, in Glavica also called Verište. PAPRAĆANE (Dečane): a church existed in the 15th c. (men- tion made of its priest). Today, a graveyard is located in the village.
PAPRATNA, PAPRADINA (now Firaja, Uroševac): the 19th c. recorded the existence of a half-demolished church with frescos and icons, surrounded by a large graveyard. PARALOVO (Gnjilane): 1. ruins of a church in the Perinska mahala; 2. remnants of the church in the Petkovska mahala. PARTEŠ (Gnjilane): ruined church of the Holy Savior, on the hill of Glavičica above the village and the old graveyard called Svatovsko (the Wedding Guests’).
PAŠINO SELO (Peć): neglected old graveyard called Srpsko Groblje (Serbian Graveyard).
PAŠTRIK (in the Middle ages Paštric, Prizren): the moun- tain on whose summit two cult tombs are situated—that of St. elijah (formerly with a church) and of St. Panteleimon. PEĆ: 1. monastery of the Patriarchate of Peć; 2. unascertained monastery of St. Nicholas “on Tabor” from the 14th c., situated in the vicinity of the Patriarchate; 3. unascertained church of St. Sava of Serbia in Lizica, erected and painted owing to the efforts of the Serbian archbishops Nikodim (1317–1324) and Danilo ii (1324–1337); 4. Marks cave-dwelling, a prehistoric residence and medieval hermitage, above the spring called Crne Vode; remnants of a medieval church or a bell-tower are located above the cave; 5. Ružica church according to tradi- tion formerly standing on the site of the present-day Bajrakli- mosque; 6. ivanovac church unascertained (St. Nicholas in ivanac), mentioned in the 14th and the 16th c., located near the Patriarchate; 7. ivanica chapel, recently demolished, in the mahala of Kapistnica; 8. small church of St. Paraskeve, con- structed upon the remnants of an older church, in Kargac park; 9. small church of St. Gregory in the yard of the institute of agriculture, converted into a Muslim turbeh; 10. chapel of St. Basil, near the sugar refinery, converted into a turbeh; 11. Defterdar-mosque constructed with the material of the old town church, called Djurdjevi Stupovi, on its former site; 12. Kenavija, Cenavija a convent with a school for girls and a small church, stood in the town center in the 19th c.; 13. town church of St. john erected in 1982 in the center (Pesak), instead of the dilapidated old church; 14. jerinka the hillock on the northern side of Peć, formerly occupied by an old graveyard (destroyed by the Turks); 15 another old graveyard, for the most part de- stroyed during the construction of new buildings in recent times; 16. church of the Mother of God of the Passion, the Tenderness, stood on the site of the present-day Djul-Fatas mosque; 17. church of St. Paraskeve, once situated on the site of the Red Mosque; 18. rock-cut dwellings (jerina’s caves) in the rocks of Srednja Gora in the Rugovska gorge) the hermit- age called Crne Makaze (Karamakaz) (Black Scissors), inhab- ited in prehistoric age; in the Middle ages parritioned by walls and painted by frescos; b) hermitages on the left bank of the Pećka Bistrica—a series of hermitages active from the 13th c. PEĆANE (Suva Reka): 1. remnants of the church of the Pre- sentation of the Mother of God constructed and painted in 1451/1452 (part of frescos in the National Museum Belgrade); 2. rock cut dwelling above the church; 3. remnants of a small church below the village, to the south.
PERANE (Podujevo): old graveyard with the remnants of a church, and the remnants of another church building, on the hill near the village.
PESTOVO (Vučitrn): remnants of an old church in the vil- lage graveyard.
PETIGOVAC, PETKOVAC (a suburb of Gnjilane): a medi- eval church, undoubtedly dedicated to St. Paraskeve, former- ly existed.
PETKOVIĆ (Orahovac): in the 19th c. an old graveyard was recorded to have existed in the vicinity of the village. PETRAKOVAC (Peć): hill with the remnants of an uninves- tigated place of worship.
PETRAŠICA (Lipljan): mention of a village priest in a census from the 15th c. and two microtoponyms testify that the village used to have a church.

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