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The Best Attractions In Kosovo

Kalaja Fortress Gjenc Koxha
Albanian League of Prizren Museum [Muzeu Lidhja Shqiptare e Prizrenit] Diar Dankshi
Visoki Decani Monastery luca lucas
Kosovo Museum fernando vanegas
Pristina National Library Dardan Rexhepi
White Drin Waterfall loshilikes
Patriarchate of Pec Valentin Rüst
Shar Mountain National Park Mirko Popovic
Sinan Pasha Mosque Harrison Brice
Mirusha Waterfalls Vlonjat Gashi
Katedrale Nënë Tereza Francis Lee
Marble Cave Adnan Reka
Ethnographic Museum (Muzeu Etnologjik) Francis Lee
Kosovo , officially the Republic of Kosovo , is a partially recognised state and disputed territory in Southeastern Europe. It declared independence from Serbia on 17 February 2008. Covering an area of 10,908 square kilometres , Kosovo is a landlocked territory in the Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Albania to the southwest, the Republic of Macedonia to the southeast, Montenegro to the west and the uncontested territory of Serbia to the north and east. Due to its strategic position in the Balkan Peninsula, it serves as an important link in the connection between Central and Southern Europe, the Adriatic Sea and the Black Sea. Its capital and largest city...
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The Best Attractions In Kosovo

  • 2. Pristina National Library Pristina
    Pristina or Priština , is the capital and largest city of Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the homonymous municipality and district.The city has a majority Albanian population, alongside other smaller communities. With a municipal population of 204,721 inhabitants , Pristina is the second-largest city in the world with predominantly Albanian-speaking population . Within Serbia, it would be the 4th largest. Geographically, it is located in the north-eastern part of Kosovo close to the Goljak mountains. The city is situated some 250 kilometres north-east of Tirana, 90 kilometres north of Skopje, 520 kilometres south of Belgrade and 300 kilometres east of Podgorica. During the Paleolithic Age, what is now the area of Pristina was envolved by the Vinča culture. Pristina was home to...
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  • 6. Sinan Pasha Mosque Prizren
    The Sinan Pasha Mosque is an Ottoman mosque in the city of Prizren, Kosovo. It was built in 1615 by Sofi Sinan Pasha, bey of Budim. The mosque overlooks the main street of Prizren and is a dominant feature in the town's skyline.Sinan Pasha Mosque was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990 by the Republic of Serbia.
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  • 10. Kosovo Museum Pristina
    Pristina or Priština , is the capital and largest city of Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the homonymous municipality and district.The city has a majority Albanian population, alongside other smaller communities. With a municipal population of 204,721 inhabitants , Pristina is the second-largest city in the world with predominantly Albanian-speaking population . Within Serbia, it would be the 4th largest. Geographically, it is located in the north-eastern part of Kosovo close to the Goljak mountains. The city is situated some 250 kilometres north-east of Tirana, 90 kilometres north of Skopje, 520 kilometres south of Belgrade and 300 kilometres east of Podgorica. During the Paleolithic Age, what is now the area of Pristina was envolved by the Vinča culture. Pristina was home to...
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  • 11. Rugova Canyon Kosovo
    Rugova Canyon or Rugova Gorge is a river canyon near Peć in Western Kosovo, in the Prokletije mountains, close to the border with Montenegro. With a length of 25 km and a depth up to 1,000 meters, Rugova is considered to be one of Europe's longest and deepest canyons. It was created by water erosion and the retreat of the Peć glacier. The Peć Bistrica river cuts through the canyon.In 1985, Rugova Canyon was declared a protected monument of natural heritage due to its geological, hydrological, speleological and botanic values and its spectacular landscape.
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  • 12. Via Ferrata Ari Pec
    A via ferrata is a protected climbing route found in the Alps and certain other locations. The term via ferrata is used in most countries and languages except notably in German-speaking countries including Switzerland and Austria, which use Klettersteig . The essence of a modern via ferrata is a steel cable which runs along the route and is periodically fixed to the rock. Using a via ferrata kit, climbers can secure themselves to the cable, limiting any fall. The cable can also be used as aid to climbing, and additional climbing aids, such as iron rungs , pegs, carved steps and even ladders and bridges are often provided. Thus via ferratas allow otherwise dangerous routes to be undertaken without the risks associated with unprotected scrambling and climbing or the need for climbing equipme...
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  • 13. White Drin Waterfall Pec
    The White Drin Waterfall is a waterfall in the western part of Kosovo. It is located in the Žljeb mountain in the Prokletije in the village of Radavc, 11 km away from the town of Peć. The waterfall is located at the mouth of the White Drin river and is 25 m high. Mountainous scenery surrounds the waterfall and makes it a popular tourist attraction throughout Kosovo. Other smaller waterfalls are near the area. The waterfall, together with the cave and the spring of White Drin River is taken under legal protection in 1983, as nature monument due to its geomorphological, hydrological and touristic values with a surface of 89.94 ha .
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  • 14. Mirusha Waterfalls Klina
    Mirusha is a regional park located in the central part of Kosovo on the eastern side of the Dukagjin plain. The area has been put under protection in 1975 as a special nature reserve, with an area of 190.21.55 ha by a decision of municipality of Rahovec and Klina. Due to its geoheritage values, specific landscapes, as well as high plant diversity, in 1982 it was declared a regional park in the fifth category according to IUCN, with an area of 555.80.70 ha, stretching on three municipalities: Klina, Malisheva and Rahovec.One year later in 1983 due hydrological, geo-morphological and landscape values, the water flow of river Mirusha has also been put under protection in third category according to IUCN. Its area consist of 11.97,29 ha and belongs to Rahovec and Klina municipalities.
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