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Name: Big and Small Petrič fortresses (Veliki i Mali Petrič)
Municipality: Uroševac
Location (place, town, city): Nerodimlje
Institute: Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Serbia
Regional institute: Office for the Preservation of the Cultural Heritage in Kosovo and Metohija, Leposavić
CR No.: CM 1418
Date of inscription in the CR: 30.12.1997
Category: Immovable cultural monuments
Type: Cultural monument
Year/period of construction: 1300/1400

The remains of mediaeval fortresses Veliki and Mali Petrič are at he village of Gornja Nerodimlja, west of Uroševac, Kosovo and Metohija.
Both fortresses were built on top of pretty inaccessible hills, above the confluence of the Golema and Mala Reka rivers. They served as defence points for roads and a castle of Serbian rulers in Nerodimlje.
The Veliki Petrič ground plan is of an oval shape, with two towers on the west and south ramparts and a large round one within the walls. Some parts of the ramparts have been preserved up to 4m. Mali Petrič is completely in ruins.