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View from south side of the village
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The village was founded by Muhaxhir-Albanians all of whom fled the invasion of Niš (Albanian: Nish) during 1878. Forced to abandon their belongings and dwellings, the families made their way to Gadime. They were later granted land further outside the town where they could create the new village. Many families now inhabit Llugaxhi, such as the Ratkoceri, Reçica, the Magashi, the Byqmeti, the Islami (subfamily of Reçica), the Tmava and others. Most roads in Llugaxhi are named after family ancestors, such as Sefë Reçica.
Llugaxhi is a medium-sized village, around 3.3678 squared in size (source from 2010), most of it being land for cropping and only a small amount of land is slightly urbanised. The oldest building is the mosque which is said to be around 100 years old, but there are plans for a new mosque in the north of the village. There is an ever growing population which is partially due to people moving back from diaspora and the influx of new businesses from local owners.
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- Reçica, Jahja (2020). Llugaxhia- fshati im (monografi). Prishtina: Biblioteka Kombetare e Kosoves “Pjeter Bogdani”. ISBN 978-9951-757-67-6.