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Klubi i Basketbollit Peja is a Kosovar professional basketball club based in Pejë. The club currently plays in the Kosovo Basketball Superleague.
Dukagjin Karanezi is an Austrian–Albanian professional footballer who plays as a left back for SV Mattersburg in the Austrian Football First League.
The Dukagjini family was one of the most important feudal families in medieval Albania.
Not to be confused with Pal Dukagjini , father of Lekë Dukagjini Pal Dukagjini or Paul Ducagin (Italian: Paolo Ducagini, 1411–1458) was an Albanian nobleman, a member of the Dukagjini family.
Nicholas Dukagjin was a 15th-century member of the Dukagjini family.
Metohija or Dukagjini (Albanian: Rrafshi i Dukagjinit, pronounced [ˈrafʃi i dukaˈɟinit])) is a large basin and the name of the region covering the southwestern part of Kosovo. The region covers 35% (3,891 km2) of Kosovo's total area.
Dukagjin highlands is a mountainous region in northern Albania, east of Shkodra and north of the Drin. It is roughly equivalent to the northern half of the Shkodër District, with some minor parts in Malësi e Madhe District.
Dukagjin Gorani Dukađin Gorani) is a journalist and media expert from Kosovo. Born in Pejë, he became one of the founders of weekly Koha in 1993, and was the first editor of Koha Ditore daily.
Dukagjin or Dukagjini may refer to: