ISSN ONLINE: 3006-5925, ISSN PRINT: 3006-5917

In 2020, construction commenced on an object known as the “Trinity Church”, as reported by Serbian public sources. This object is situated in Nakëll, Peja, a small structure surrounded by multiple old cemeteries, with easy access to the village’s main road.

The property housing the object lacks any substantial protective barriers, allowing unrestricted access to anyone interested.

The structure lacks clear identification as a religious building, such as an Orthodox cross. Until recently, it served as a shelter for drug addicts, transients, and homeless individuals.

Amid the escalation of tensions in the hybrid war, Serbia has resorted to inscribing graffiti on this religious building, attributing these