Dacaj Neighbourhood (Kacanik)

Status

Type of Protection: Under termporarly protection Date of Protection: Tetor 2012

Type of Protection: Under termporarly protection Date of Protection: 01.10.2014

History

In the village of Puset e Nikës (Pustenik), we find the Daci Neighbourhood. The dwelling features 9 houses built in stone. The houses are near each other. Indeed, the asphalting of the street to be completed this year (2013 ongoing), the village Puset e Nukës (Pustenik) will be provided with conditions for mountainous tourism, due to its sea level height, around 751 m. Otherwise, the existing houses built in stone are rather interesting, and they may be used for tourism, maybe cultural tourism. None of the houses is inhabited, and one cannot allow for their destruction. Some of the houses have specific fireplaces in their rooms. In fact, some of the houses only have their walls standing, while the rest need emergency intervention. Owners: 1. Haki Daci, 2. Mehmet Daci, 3. Fehrat Daci, 4. Elmaz Daci, 5. Saqip Daci, 6. Sami Daci, 7. Pajazit Daci and 8. Hasan Daci 9. Abedin Daci.

References

Unique number: 001169

Name: Dacaj Neighbourhood

Class: Conservation Areas

Institution: RCCH - Gjilan

Location

Country: Kosovo

Municipality: Kacanik

City/Village: Puset e Nikes

Locality: Puset e Nikes -Daci Neighbourhood

Postal Code: 71510

Name of Street: Dëshmorët e Kombit

Functional type and dating

Type:Arkitektuale - ENG

Period: Ottoman

Century: 19th

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