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Prizrenski Podgor

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Prizren Podgor (Serbian: Призренски Подгор / Prizrenski Podgor, lit. 'Podgor of Prizren'; or Prizren Podgur, Albanian: Podguri i Prizrenit, lit. 'Podgur of Prizren') is a geographical region in Kosovo, stretching from the branches of the Šar Mountains, from Prizren to the village of Dulje on the Crnoljeva mountain. It includes the eastern and northeastern part of the Prizren basin (Prizrenska kotlina) and presents its border region towards the Šar župe of Sirinićka župa and Sredačka župa. It is a sub-region of Metohija. It includes the villages of Skorobišta, Dojnica, Grnčare, Novo Selo, Vrbičane, and the urban settlements of Kurilo and Baždarana, and suburb Ljubižda, of Prizren. It is inhabited by Albanians, Bosniaks, and Serbs.

Geography

The region is stretching from the branches of the Šar Mountains, from Prizren to the village of Dulje on the Crnoljeva mountain.[1] It includes the eastern and northeastern part of the Prizren basin (Prizrenska kotlina) and presents its border region towards the Šar župe of Sirinićka župa and Sredačka župa.[2] It is a sub-region of Metohija.[1]

It includes the villages of Skorobišta, Dojnica, Grnčare, Novo Selo, Vrbičane, and the urban settlements of Kurilo and Baždarana, and suburb Ljubižda, of Prizren.[3][better source needed]

History

In the Middle Ages, it was a župa (county) named Podgor.[4] The Ottomans called the region Havazi.[5]

Culture

It is culturally connected to Serb-inhabited Sirinićka župa.[6] The locals speak the Podgor speech (Podgorski govor) of the Serbian language; the speech of Skorobište, Grnčare and Novo Selo show Serbian–Macedonian linguistical contact.[7]

References

  1. ^ a b Dr. Dragan Ćukić (1971). Kosovo: Znamenitosti i lepote. Uros Maksimovic. pp. 9, 135, 136.
  2. ^ Menković 2004, p. 196.
  3. ^ Bajrami, Baškim (28 April 2015). "Prizrenski Podgor - neotrgnuta cjelina Prizrena". info-ks.net.
  4. ^ Radovanović.
  5. ^ Godišnjica Nikole Čupića. 30. Štampa Državne štamparije Kraljevine Jugoslavije. 1911. p. 222.
  6. ^ Menković 2004, p. 199.
  7. ^ Zbornik Matice srpske za filologiju i lingvistiku. 46–47. Matica. 2003. p. 446.

Sources

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