Disa nga vendet atraktive që mund ti vizitoni gjatë stinës së vjeshtës

Prishtinë, 8 Nëntor 2018 Stina e vjeshtës ka filluar ta pikturoj çdo pjesë të Kosovës me ngjyra të  arta. Veçanërisht janë disa nga vendet atraktive të Kosovës që kanë përfituar nga këto ngjyra dhe janë bërë akoma më atraktive për t’i vizituar. Një ditë vikendi gjatë vjeshtës së artë mund ta kaloni duke shijuar bukuritë […]

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A Sculpture in Kosovo That Tracks a Country’s Struggle

Image The “Newborn” monument in Pristina, Kosovo, was unveiled on Feb. 17, 2008, the day that the country declared independence from Serbia. The “B” has been changed to a 1 to mark the 10th anniversary. Credit Valerie Plesch for The New York Times  By Alex Marshall 25, 2018 PRISTINA, Kosovo — A decade ago, Fisnik Ismaili […]

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Për top eventet e muajit Tetor ju informon platforma – Rezervimi.com

Prishtinë, 16 Tetor 2018 Kosova çdo herë e më shumë është dëshmuar si një vend atraktiv për ta vizituar, falë bukurive natyrore e monumenteve të shumta artistike dhe kulturore. Por, është organizimi i evenimenteve ai çka e bën Kosovën akoma më atraktive. Përmes këtyre ngjarjeve Kosovës po i ofrohet edhe një mundësi për ti shpalosë […]

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14 Reason to visit Kosovo

Okay, so Kosovo might not be the first destination you think about for vacation due to its past and the location at the middle of inland Balkan. However, you shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss Kosovo as a travel destination because it has a lot to offer its visitors! That’s something I learned and experienced […]

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Pristina: A visit to Europe’s youngest capital

200,000 of the approximately 1.8 million inhabitants of Kosovo live in the country’s largest city, Pristina. The capital is moving. You can really feel the updraft pulling through the streets. In February, the Republic celebrated its tenth anniversary. Since the collapse of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Kosovo has been a part of the Republic of Serbia since 2003. On […]

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5 reasons to visit Kosovo

Whether you come for the heritage-listed monasteries, the wild, untamed mountains, or the hearty food and drink, this tiny Balkan country is big on unforgettable experiences and incredible hospitality. 1: The churches and monasteries Gračanica Monastery (Peter Moore) Sitting at the crossroads of history and religion, Kosovo is home to some of the most important […]

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Mountain highs: trekking without borders in the Balkans

View finder … hikers look out over Valbona. Photograph: Ben Lerwill It’s no easy stroll … but a spectacular new Balkan trail provides soaring peaks, lake views and memories of friendly locals – and real endeavor. The views from Kosovo’s highest peak are incredible. Or so I’m told. It’s a tricky thing to confirm in […]

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6 Things to Eat Next Time You’re in Kosovo

Looking back at my 9-month trip around the world, I can honestly say that besides Italy (obviously), Kosovo cuisine was my favorite. What! Where even IS Kosovo? What is Kosovo like? Who talks about Kosovo? Kosovo has only been an independent country for eight years, and apparently it’s still very much a hidden gem. It is […]

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Shepherding in the new Kosovo

As the ethnic Gorani people of Kosovo’s Šar Mountains turn from shepherding to work abroad, ghost villages and tranquil wilderness are left behind – all best discovered on horseback. By Tara Isabella Burton 3 September 2014 The houses were all empty. As our car rattled around increasingly vertiginous turns through southern Kosovo’s Šar Mountains, our […]

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Moving pictures: a film festival in Kosovo

Kosovo is known more for conflict than culture, but at a film festival in the country’s prettiest town, of Prizren, Kim Willis finds partying and arts mix to great effect Set the scene … Dokufest takes place in the medieval town of Prizren. Photograph: Samir Karahoda It’s 10pm on a balmy moonlit evening and 200 […]

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