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  VOLUJAK (Klina): two rock-cut hermitages with the remains of frescos and vessels from the 14th
c.; in the ravine of the Miruša river.
VRAČEVO (Leposavić): church of St.
Kosmas and Damianos, appears to date from the 14th c.; since the 16th c., thor- oughly reconstructed for several times. VRAGOLIJA (Priština): the bridge on the Sitnica river (19th c.), erected by jashar-Pasha Džanić, a Turk, with the material from demolished Serbian churches.
VRANIĆ (Djakovica): in the 19th c., the ruins of a church and a modest-sized old graveyard could still be seen. VRANIĆ (Suva Reka): microtoponym “Srpsko Groblje” (Serbian Graveyard) formerly existed in the village. VRANI DO (in the Middle ages Vra- nin Dol, Priština): 1. traces of an old church in the village; 2. remains of a medieval fortress on the Kulan hill, near the village.
VRANIŠTE (Dragaš): remains of two
old graveyards and the ruins of three
churches situated in the village; not far from the village, an- other church occupied the site called Čukar.
VRANOVAC (Peć): on the south-west slope of the Vranovac hill, the old Ružica church was situated; tradition has it that the village mosque was constructed with its stone remains (19th c.); an old graveyard is located to the north of the ruins of this church.
VRBAN (Vitina): traces of the old settlement called Vrban- grad, in the vicinity of the locality called Selište.
Zočište, Royal Doors, 17th–18th century
VRBEŠTICA (Uroševac): 1. remains of the church of St. Peter called Man- astir (monastery); 2. ruins of a church
on the site called Crkvište (ruins of a church); 3. church of St. elijah erected on the foundations of an older church. VRBICA (Gnjilane): remains of a de- molished church on the site called Lojza.
VRBIČANE (in the Middle ages Vr- bičani, Prizren): ruins of an old church and a graveyard.
VRBNICA (Podujevo): a settlement that has perished; in a written source from 1455 the monastery of St. Me- nas is mentioned to have existed in it.
VRBNICA (Prizren): an archaeologi- cal locality rich in the finds of the early Slavic culture flooded in the construc-
tion of a hydro power-plant in albania. VRBOVAC (Glogovac): in the 14th c., the ruins of a former church and the church of St. Demetrius were situated in the vicinity of the village; the localities “Crkva” (Church), “Crkveni izvor” (Church Spring) and “Crkvene Njive” (Church Fields)
exist in the village.
VRBOVAC (Vitina): church of St. Demetrius erected in the 19th c. on the remains of a medieval church (old apse with a part of frescos). at the start of the 20th c., the albanians dev- astated the church treasury.
 Vučitrn, Vojinović fortress, 14th century

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