Kosovo

Everyone loves a baby, and since 2008, when Kosovo declared independence, with large letters spelling “BABY” have appeared a section of pavement in Pristina. The location between the security offices of the UN and a shopping center with clothing stores and a ubiquitous European skyclawing concrete monument collapse, says it all. Kosovo is finding its feet. The staff of international organizations glamor Pristina restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as talented Kosovars who are taking their seats for the journey ahead.

The spikes of the past is impossible to ignore: the roads are full of memorials with engravings of those who died in 1999. Modern architecture include Kosovo can highlight all the wrong reasons, but rebuilt the country has no style, it makes up for its subscribers by the mountain villages, hiking trails and 13th century monasteries of Serbia, all no more than one couple of hours drive from the capital.

Peja (PEC) is a mixture of modern Yugoslav development in the city center and the buildings of the Turkish era the bazaar. The main attractions of the monastery Patrijaršija, Rugova Gorge Monastery Dean and lies outside the city. Rearing back of the city, some more than 2000m mountains form a backdrop for picture-postcard
kosovo
Although Prizren was the medieval capital of “Old Serbia, the influence of architecture is Turkish. Was Turkish Prizren buildings abound, including remarkable mosque and baths. Stroll through the narrow streets and enjoy the history and atmosphere of all the boulders, over the suspension of construction and wooden door half open, and then reflect on all in an outdoor cafe in the Shadrvan.

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