Ferizaj, in southern Kosovo
Interior of the Church of the Holy Emperor Uroš (Serbian: Crkva Svetog Cara Uroša), a Serbian Orthodox church in the centre of Ferizaj (Uroševac). It was built between 1929 and 1933, dedicated to Serbian emperor Uroš V who reigned from 1355–1371. Its architect was Josif Mihajlović Jurukovski from Skopje. The iconostasis is from the 19th century, made in wood, and it was a gift of the Serbian King Aleksandar I Karadjordjević. The church was looted and set on fire by Albanians after the arrival of the US KFOR forces in town, at the end of June 1999. It was attacked in the 2004 unrest, and Albanian nationalist graffiti were painted on the walls in 2013. In 2015 work on the exterior began. In September 2016 more than 200 Serb former inhabitants of the town (pre-war 12,000 Serbs, now only three), participated in liturgy in the church.