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Stone house of Astrit Tahsum Kryeziu

Saraje Hill - Grand Charshiya, St. Abedin Terbeshi

Stone house of Astrit Tahsum Kryeziu
Stone house of Astrit Tahsum Kryeziu is located in the complex called “Saraj Hill’, at the core of ‘Grand Charshiya built around the XVIII-XIX centuries.

Jupa’s Charshiya

Grand Charshiya, St. Ismajl Qemajli

Jupa’s Charshiya
The complex of “Jupa’s Charshiya” is located within “Grand Charshiya” in Gjakova. The premise was originally built in the XVIII century by Batusha family, later passed into the ownership of the Buza family.

Stone house of Ibish Alia

Brovina Village

Stone house of Ibish Alia
The Stone house is located in the Brovina village and is one of Stone houses with the most magnificent appearance of all premises of this type. Stone house was built in the Xix century and belongs to the type of Stone houses within Dukagjini valley.

STONE HOUSE OF YMER POGA

Rogova Village

STONE HOUSE OF YMER POGA
The Stone house is located in the village of Rogova of Has on the right side of the White Drin.
Stone house was built in the XVI century by Hasan Aga Qeli of Demjan, who built the Rogova mosque in 1580 and Rogova Hammam (which does not exist today). The premise belongs to the type of three-storey Stone houses.

Stone house of Ahmet Islami

Dujakë village

Stone house of Ahmet Islami
The Stone house is located in the village Dujake of Gjakova and was built in the XIX century. The Stone house is typical for the “Dukagjini Valley”, which means it served for residential and fortification purposes.

Stone house of Sadik Nivokazi (Tekke of Mullah Haziri)

Nivokaz village

Stone house of Sadik Nivokazi (Tekke of Mullah Haziri)
Stone house is located in Nivokaz village, near the main road Gjakova-Junik. Stone house was built in the early years of the XIX century.
Apart from residential role, Stone house also served as Tekke (belongs to Halveti Order).

Stone house of Isuf Sadiku

Nivokaz village

Stone house of Isuf Sadiku
Stone house located in the Nivokaz village and was built in the XIX century. It belongs to the type of three-story Stone houses (typical for Dukagjini valley) and it mainly served for housing.
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