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   IMPLEMENTED 2001–2006
 IMPLEMENTED 2006–2014
             after 2001, the church was pulled down; only the foundations have remained.
       Between 2005 and 2008, the church was completely restored both inside and out but no church furnishings and iconostases have been set up. The belfry that stands next to the church was restored on the same occasion. During 2012, new damages were observed in the church: broken pendant lustres and traces of rain leakage
and bird droppings on the new floor.
                          The church was entirely restored between 2005 and 2008. in 2013, Greek conservation professionals completed the conservation and restoration of the remains of the damaged mural decoration.
       Between 2005 and 2008, the Rectorate building, the students’ dormitory and the so-called “Uncle Sima’s” building within the Seminary complex were completely renovated.
     By the “restoration” that followed the Pogrom of 2004, damaged buildings were actually additionally devastated, destroying the identity and the heritage value of this once important ensemble.
     Between 2005 and 2008, the church was entirely renovated. However, due to subsequent “clearing of ruins” in its vicinity, its structure has been severely threatened by the sapping of foundations on the southwest side of the building.
     Urgent interventions aimed at preventing further dilapidation have been undertaken recently.
            Between 2005 and 2008, the church and the parish house were fully renovated.
a new iconostasis has not been made. The remaining wall paintings should undergo a conservation treatment.
               The Destruction of Serbia’s Patrimonial Sites in Kosovo

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