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House of Petre Lukanovski

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House of Petre Lukanovski
Native name
Macedonian: Куќа на Петре Лукановски
Kukja na Petre Lukanovski
LocationGaličnik, Macedonia
Coordinates41°35′32.92″N 20°38′56.62″E / 41.5924778°N 20.6490611°E / 41.5924778; 20.6490611

Built1912; 112 years ago (1912)
ArchitectJordan Filiposki
Governing bodyOffice for Protection of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture
OwnerLukanovski family

The House of Despot Lukanovski, officially listed by OPCH as House of Petre Lukanovski, is a historical house in Galičnik that is listed as Cultural heritage of North Macedonia. It is in ownership of the family of Lukanovski.

History and charactetistics of the house[edit]

The house was built in 1912. The house was designed and supervised by Jordan Filiposki (father of Niko and Slavko Filiposki) and in the same year, construction of three identical houses began, of which one was the Lukanoski house, the second was the Filiposki house, and a third house which is not identified. In 1914, the construction of the house was completed, where the family of the married couple Despot and Kala Lukanoski lived.[1]

The house is on two floors, i.e. three, starts with a porch that stretches along half of square footage of the house, and is located at the bottom with a separate front door which is in good condition. On the ground floor from the entrance there is a hallway (gjizentija) along the entire space, from on the left side there are two rooms with size 4 × 5 m2, on the right side there are 2 wells with size 4 × 5 m2. There are internal wooden stairs that connect the second floor and parallel to the longer side of the house there is hallway, on the left side there is a room with size 4 × 5 m2, guest room with size 8 × 4 m2, on the right side there is a room with size 5 x5 m2, kitchen (fireplace) with size 5 × 5 m2. It was covered with stone slabs, which were replaced in 1990 by Vase Lukanoski. From the first floor in the continuation of the gjizentija where the stairs start, there was a closed small one a bridge with a door that served to connect the smaller house which now stands as a separate building.[1]

Family history[edit]

Notable members of the family[edit]

  • Karan ― the earliest known ancestor. He had three sons: Čalo, Karana, and Luka.[1]
  • Luka ― son of Karan. The family bears the surname after him.[1]
  • Despot Lukanoski (b. 1877[2][3]-1973) ― Son of Luka. He commissioned the building of the house in 1912. He was a sheep owner and a trader, having about 4,000 sheep and 16 hinnies which he used them to transporting his good in Elbasan, Sofia, Tirana, Salonika and other places. He died at the age of 97 from natural causes.[1]
  • Tanuš Lukanoski ― son of Luka.[1]
  • Trpko Lukanoski ― son of Luka.[1]
  • Nestor Lukanoski ― son of Luka.[1]
  • Velimir Despot Lukanoski (b. 1905)[2] ― son of Despot.[3]
  • Petre Despot Lukanoski[4] (b. 1917)[2][3] ― member in the local village cooperative. He used to work in few enterprises in Skopje.[5]
  • Nestor Despot Lukanoski[4] (b. February 21, 1921)[2] ― son of Despot Lukanovski.
  • Jordan Evgenij Lukanoski[2] (b. 1903)
  • Trpko Evgenij Lukanoski (b. 1903[2] or 1917[3]) ― brother of Jordan.[3]
  • Kire Lukanoski[4]
  • Trpko Lukanoski[4]
  • Petre Jordan Lukanoski[4] (b. April 27, 1931)[2] ― son of Jordan.[3]
  • Gjorgji Lukanoski (b. April 29, 1937) ― son of Jordan.[3]
  • Slavko Lukanoski[4]
  • Vasilije 'Vase' Lukanoski (b. July 18, 1929)[3] ― member in the local village cooperative. He was also member in the Local Community of Galičnik.[5]
  • Tomo Lukanoski ― dentist. He worked at the Skopje Hospital and the "Bucharest" Hospital.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Chronical records by Vase Despot Lukanoski and Genadij Bužaroski. Accessed on January 26, 2022
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Домовник - Матична книга II-га парохија галичка [Household List - Register book of Second Galičnik Parish] (in српски / srpski). Galičnik. January 18, 1933. Search this book on
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 II Домовник - Српске православне парохије галичке [II Household List - Serbian Orthodox Galičnik Parish] (in српски / srpski). Galičnik. c. 1932-1933. Check date values in: |date= (help) Search this book on
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 "Галичник '75-76" [Galičnik '75-76] (in македонски).
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Graorkoski, Velimir 'Vele'. Галичка мозаична сознајба [Galičnik Mosaic Cognition] (in македонски). ISBN 978-9989-2601-6-2. Search this book on


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