Trebište

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Trebište
Требиште
Trebisht
Village
Panoramic view of the village Trebište
Panoramic view of the village Trebište
Trebište is located in Republic of Macedonia
Trebište
Trebište
Location within Republic of Macedonia
Coordinates: 41°37′N 20°35′E / 41.617°N 20.583°E / 41.617; 20.583Coordinates: 41°37′N 20°35′E / 41.617°N 20.583°E / 41.617; 20.583
Country Republic of Macedonia
Municipality Mavrovo and Rostuša municipality
Statistical region Polog Statistical Region
Population (2002)
 • Total 765
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Car plates GV
Website .

Trebište, Trebishte, or Trebišta (Macedonian: Требиште, Albanian: Trebisht) (the pronunciation used by the local population is Trebišča) is a village in the Republic of Macedonia in Mavrovo and Rostuša Municipality, situated in the Dolna Reka district, on the eastern slopes of Dešat, above the gorge of Radika.

History[edit]

In 1426 Albanian nobleman Gjon Kastrioti and his three sons (one of them was Skanderbeg) donated the right to the proceeds from taxes collected from the villages Rostuša and Trebište and from the church of Saint Mary, which was in one of them, to the Hilandar.[1] In an Ottoman defter from 1467, the village of Trabšta is mentioned together with Rostuša as part of the Reka vilayet. According to this document, the village then had 15 Christian Orthodox families. In 1519, 55 Christian Orthodox families were recorded in the village, while in 1583, the village had 41 Christian Orthodox families and 5 Muslim families.[2]

In the 19th century, Trebište was a mixed Macedonian (Christian)-Pomak (Muslim) village in the district of Dolna Reka, then part of the Ottoman Empire.[citation needed]

Demographics[edit]

Trebište has traditionally been inhabited by Orthodox Macedonians and a Muslim Macedonian (Torbeš) population.[3]

According to the 2002 census, the village had a total of 765 inhabitants.[4] Ethnic groups in the village include:[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Slijepčević, Đoko M. (1983). Srpsko-arbanaški odnosi kroz vekove sa posebnim osvrtom na novije vreme (in Serbian). Himelstir. p. 45. Retrieved 7 July 2011. Заједно са синовима Константином, Репошем и Ђурђем приложио је Иван Кастриот манастиру Хиландару село Радосуше са црквом св. Богородице и село Требиште....(Together with his sons Konstantin, Repoš and Đurađ, Ivan Kastriot donated village Radosuše with church of saint Mary and village Trebište to the monastery Hilandar... 
  2. ^ Dve povelje u Hilandaru o Ivanu Kastriotu i sinovima, Dušan Sindik
  3. ^ Vidoeski, Božidar (1998). Dijalektite na makedonskiot jazik. Vol. 1. Makedonska akademija na naukite i umetnostite. ISBN 9789989649509.  p. 214. "Заедно со македонско христијанско население Торбеши живеат и во селата: Могорче, Требиште, Велебрдо, Ростуше, Јанче, Долно Косоврасти (во Река),"
  4. ^ a b Macedonian Census (2002), Book 5 - Total population according to the Ethnic Affiliation, Mother Tongue and Religion, The State Statistical Office, Skopje, 2002, p. 168.

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