Skopska Crna Gora (meaning "Black Mountain of Skopje"; Macedonian and Serbian: Скопска Црна Гора, pronounced [skôpskaː tsr̩̂ːnaː ɡǒra]), also historically known as Kara-dagh (Turkish for "black mountain", Albanian: Mali i Zi or Malet e Karadakut) during Ottoman times, is a mountain range on the border between Kosovo[a] and the Republic of Macedonia, between the cities of Kaçanik (in southern Kosovo) and Skopje (in Macedonia). The highest peaks are Ramno (1,651 m), Sokolovec and Dušanovec. The population speak the Skopska Crna Gora dialect.
- Monastery of St. Nikita, dating to the 14th century, with frescoes by Mihajlo and Eftihie.
- Dejan (fl. 1346-1356), Serbian medieval nobleman, sevastokrator and despot
- Toma Raspasani, Albanian Catholic monk.
- Idriz Seferi, Albanian nationalist figure and guerrilla fighter.
- Skopska Crna Gora, Srpski etnografski zbornik, VI (Belgrade), 1905