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Milan ivanović and Dragan jovanović
  Pakaštica near Podujevo, “King’s Church“, on Kraljevac hill, 16th century
POSLIŠTE (in the Middle ages Ploskistino, Prizren): the site of an old graveyard is known.
POTKOMNJE (Leposavić): old cemetery.
POŽAR (Dečane): remnants of a church and a small grave- yard recorded in the 19th c.
POŽARANJE (Vitina): two demolished churches are record- ed to have stood next to each other: the so-called White church, dedicated to St. Paraskeve, and the Black church; at present, an old graveyard exists.
PRČEVO (Klina): 1. at the beginning of the 14th c., “the ruins of the old church of St. Peter” were situated within the village boundaries; 2. the archaeological site of Boka, with the re- mains of the so-called Glasnička culture (Bronze and iron age) and Slavic culture (10th–12th c.); 3. old graveyard stood in the locality called “Srpsko Groblje” (Serbian Cemetery). PRESLO (Leposavić): old ruins of a church, in Borčansko Pre- slo.
PRIDVORICA (in Kolašin upon the ibar): ruins of the medi- eval fortified settlement called Zubodolacki, above the village. PRIDVORICA (Leposavić) 1. remnants of the foundations of the church of the Holy Savior, in the Lower mahala; 2. rem- nants of a medieval mining settlement, on the site called Gra- dina.
PRILEP (in the Middle ages Hrastovica, Dečane): until 1898, the remnants of an old church were preserved (village priest mentioned as early as the 15th c.).
PRILEPNICA (Gnjilane): 1. ruins of an old church; 2. small medieval town of Prilepac, several villages; 3. Draganac mon- astery, above the town of Prilepac.
PRILUŽJE (Vučitrn): church of St. Kyriake, constructed in 1969 on the site called Sv. Nedelja (St. Kyriake), the traces of another two churches also exist.
PRIŠTINA: 1. church of the Holy Savior in which the rem- nants of the Serbian Prince Lazar were buried after his death in the battle of Kosovo; the Turks demolished it at a later date and erected a mosque on its site; 2. Turkish censuses from the 15th and the 16th c. recorded the existence of the monastery of “Bukovac” or “the Mother of God”; 3. church of St. Nicholas, erected on the foundations of the monastery of St. Nicholas (mentioned in the 16th c.); 4. monastery of St. George, men- tioned in the 16th c.; a caravanserai was erected on its site; 5. old metropolitan building (mentioned in censuses from the 15th and the 16th c.) stood in the Christian mahala called Mit- ropolit (Metropolitan) with its stone the Pirinac mosque was constructed; 6. church of St. Paraskeve stood on the site of today’s Kopt-mosque; 7. church of the exaltation of the Holy Cross situated in the Panadjurište mahala; 8. data pointing to the existence of the churches of the Holy archangels and St. Kyriake have not been archaeologically confirmed; 9. accord-
Pomazatin, Church of the Holy Prophet Elijah, broken doors and windows, 1982–1985
Popovljane, Church of Saint Nicholas, icon of St. Cosmas and Damian, 1626
Popovljane, Church of Saint Nicholas, 1626
ing to the Turkish census of 1544, there was the Hagia Sophia mahala, so that in the Middle ages Priština probably had the church of St. Sophia; 10. monuments to Serbian and French soldiers fallen in World War i, situated in the town (Serbian) cemetery.
PRIZREN (occasionaly the Serbian capital in the Middle ag- es): 1. church of the Mother of God of Ljeviša; 2. monastery of the Holy archangels; 3. church of the Holy Savior, erected and frescoed in the 3rd or 4th decade of the 14th c. (with the rem- nants of wall paintings); 4. church of St. Demetrius (mentioned in the 13th and the 14th c.), demolished in the 19th c. so that the

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