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Shqip: Rrafshi i Dukagjinit, Dukagjin, Dukagjini
English: History of Names: The name Metohija derives from the Greek word μετόχια (metókhia, metochion), meaning "monastic estates" – a reference to the large number of villages and estates in the region that were owned by the Serbian Orthodox monasteries. Between 1387 and 1459, the area was a part of the Principality of Dukagjini.
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geographical and historical region of Kosovo
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Instance ofhistorical region,
geographic region
Location Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija, Serbia
  • 3,891 km²
42° 26′ 19.36″ N, 20° 28′ 41.69″ E
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