They lie in the south-east of Kosovo, starting from the vicinity of Prizren, and they go downhill with pyramid shaped peaks or peaks, one after the other, or as it was called by the antiquity, the Illyrian people, the peaks of the saxor, form consecutive characteristic figures in the heart of the Balkans. Sharr Mountains are known since antiquity in the documents of various authors, since the fifth century BC. named Mont Skardus, by Herodotus, who also describes the Illyrian tribes and their limitations. Over the centuries, these ranges served as a natural wall, defensive from barbaric attacks, towards Macedonia and Greece, where they were considered non-capable. Later, with the arrival of the Turks in the Balkans, Sharri Mountains were called Charles-dagh, in the Ottoman and European documents. The highest peak from the beginning of these ranges, it is thought that the name has a French origin, “Beautiful View” “le bonne”, which then remained in the people as the Mayan of Luboten which culminates 2553m above sea level.