Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Bo idar Uro evi (born 9 February 1975 in Pristina) is a Serbian professional football player. He plays as a goalkeeper.He started his career playing in the youth squads of his home town FK Pri tina. In 1992 he passed to the senior squad, playing, in that period, in the First League of FR Yugoslavia. In 1995 he moved to the historic, also First league, club Radni ki Ni . He still played one season in the lower league FK Palilulac, before moving, in 1997, to Belgium to play in SV Roeselare for two seasons. In 1999, he moved to Germany to play in the 2. Bundesliga club Rot-Weiß Oberhausen, but after one season, was back to Belgium, now to play in RC Harelbeke, a club that changed name to K.R.C. Zuid-West-Vlaanderen.
Comment creer une culture politique mondiale, une cosmo-politique, une optique cosmopolitique ? Cette enquete socio-anthropologique tend a demontrer l'impossibilite de la creation d'une culture politique sur mesure pour telle ou telle politique mondiale. En passant par Pristina, New York et Alexandrie, cette enquete explore la facon dont, dans une cite donnee, a un moment donne, on reconstruit sans cesse la definition du monde commun qui sert de scene a l'action sociale.
Are you ready to witness the differences between the modern, lively and vibrant Pristina on one hand and the authentic, picturesque and traditional Prizren on other? This private full-day trip to the two main points to visit on Kosovo, will allow you discover the best kept secret on the Balkans – Kosovo!In only just about hour and a half drive from Skopje, you are given the chance to visit UNESCO World Heritage Site, triumph of Byzantine architecture, the Gracanica Monastery, then visit the capital Pristina, where you get to see the old and new sites of the city, the old bazaar, mosques, museums, sculptures and monuments … Next, you will be heading towards the “cultural” capital, Prizren, the town that has been around since the 11th century, the town of mosques and churches…an open air museum. Grab some time to enjoy among the many cafes and restaurants nestled around the Shadervan! What you definitely shouldn’t miss is trying some of the tasty, local bites all around you!
Wander through the Old Bazaar in Peja, admire the view from the fortress in Prizren, visit two UNESCO sites and learn more about the capital on this 3-day tour of Kosovo. This tour brings you to the most beautiful and important attractions of the country in only three days. All four cities have their own characteristics and charm – worthy of a visit.
Visit and feel capital of the newest country in Europe and its monuments.Enjoy the view of the monuments that have kept their origin for centuries, by exploring the most visited cultural, historical and natural sites in Prishtina and its monuments outside the city. .Pristina (and its monuments outside the city) - City center walk, University Campus, National Library, National Gallery, Mother Teresa Cathedral, Newborn Monument, Monument of Heroines, Mother Teresa Boulevard - Statue of Skanderbeg (National Albanian Hero), Statue of Ibrahim Rugova (Historical President of Kosovo), Monument of brotherhood; Prishtina old part of the city - Bazaar, Jashar Pasha Mosque, Clock Tower, Sulltan Mehmet Fatih - Big Mosque, Hamam (Public bath from Ottoman Empire), Ethnological Museum of Kosova. Sultan Murat Tomb. Monument of Battle of Kosovo of 1389; Gracanica Orthodox Monastery (UNESCO site), Ulpiana Ancient City, Marble Cave and visit to Bear Sanctuary Park to see about 20 brown bears..
Are you willing to see the latest 'newborn' in Europe? This private full-day trip to the capital of Kosovo, Pristina, is really an easy step once you are in Skopje. In only just about hour and a half drive from Skopje, you are given the chance to visit UNESCO World Heritage Site, triumph of Byzantine architecture, the Gracanica Monastery, then, the monument of Kosovo Battlefield and next visit the lively, vibrant and modern Pristina. You get to see the old and new sites of the city, the old bazaar, mosques, museums, sculptures and monuments. You get to enjoy among the trendy caffes and restaurants. What you definitely shouldn't miss is trying some of the tasty bites all around you.
Dr. Vjosa Dobruna, one of this year's recipients of the Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights, on this edition of Fresh Air. Dobruna's being recognized for her work as founder of the Pristina Center for the Protection of Women and Children, which treats those victimized by rape, torture, or psychological trauma. Dobruna is a pediatrician neurologist. During the war, she fled to Macedonia and set up work in a Macedonian refugee camp. She narrowly escaped arrest last year. Her colleague, Dr. Flora Brovina, is the other recipient of the award. But Brovina is in a Serb prison, convicted of terrorism for providing medicine and knitting wool to women who were allegedly aiding members of the Kosovo Liberation Army. (Broadcast Date: June 20, 2000) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terry Gross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/whyy/000733/rt_whyy_000733_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seeking to escape the monotony he had come to endure in his job as assistant District Attorney in San Francisco, Philip Kearney needed a change. His solution came one day in a casual email from a friend: “UN has opening here for an international prosecutor doing war crimes stuff. You should apply, gotta go.”“Here” meant Pristina, Kosovo. And “stuff”—Kearney soon finds out, after landing the job despite his inexperience with international law and inability to speak any foreign languages—meant a harrowing string of investigations involving the most brutal and devastating crimes imaginable. Abruptly removed from the comforts of home and the order and stability of America’s justice system, Kearny finds himself the sole international prosecutor assigned to a region of nearly one million people. Welcome to the Balkans circa 2001.Kearney is thrown headlong into a series of historic investigations that quickly land him under the protection of four armed security guards. Armed himself with only the region’s archaic criminal justice code, Kearney is soon prosecuting local street thugs, shutting down a ring of international sex-traffickers, and spearheading an investigation into secret death camps—a case that ultimately implicates prominent local officials and inflames ethnic violence. He developed an urgent passion, stemming from devastating stories of torture, murder, and slavery that dominate Kosovo’s bleak landscape. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Philip Kearney. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pnix/000529/bk_pnix_000529_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Gebündelte Energie und enorme Strahlkraft Leunora Salihu (geb. 1977 in Pristina, Kosovo, lebt und arbeitet in Düsseldorf) hat sich als Bildhauerin eine unverwechselbare künstlerische Sprache erarbeitet. Für ihre Skulpturen verwendet sie unterschiedlichste Materialien wie Ton, Holz, Multiplexplatten oder auch Kunststoff, die sie auf ungewöhnliche Weise miteinander verbindet und in einen Dialog treten lässt. Die Künstlerin befasst sich mit Bewegung in statischer Form, mit dem Verhältnis von Innen und Außen, mit scheinbarer Funktionalität und mit der Beziehung von Kunst zu Alltagsgegenständen. Assoziationen an Industrie, Maschinenbau, Architektur und Literatur werden wachgerufen. Franz Kafka und sein literarischer Umgang mit Räumen hat die Künstlerin lange inspiriert. „Ich suche etwas Überzeitliches in Form und Material gepaart mit zeitlichen Aspekten der Bewegung. Es reizt mich, solche Gegensätze in einem klaren Bild zu verdichten“, äußerte die Künstlerin in einem Interview.Das Buch zeigt neuere Arbeiten von Leunora Salihu, die sie für ihre gleichnamige Ausstellung im K 21 Ständehaus der Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen entwickelt hat. Es enthält Einführungen von Thomas A. Lange und Anette Kruszynski sowie einen Text von Susanne Meyer-Büser.
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Pristina ist das kulturelle, wirtschaftliche und administrative Zentrum des Kosovos mit einer langen Geschichte. Bei einem ganztägigen Ausflug nach Pristina entdecken Sie archäologische Stätten, von der UNESCO geschützte Bauwerke, sehr alte osmanische Orte, enge Steingassen und attraktive hohe Gebäude. Das Denkmal „Newborn“ ist das Symbol des neuen Staates.
During this intensitive 2 days tour from Sofia, we will explore the heritage and culture of two countries in the Western Balkans – North Macedonia and Kosovo. You will learn about the rich and fascinating ancient history of these lands and understand a bit better the complexity of the politics and the search for identity in the modern age. In North Macedonia, we will visit the capital of the country – Skopje. This city is one of the most bizarre cities on the Balkan Peninsula - a mixture of authentic monuments from the Ottoman period, and new neo-classical buildings. In Kosovo – Europe’s newest country, we will explore two of the most popular cities- Pristina (the capital of Kosovo) and Prizren. Please prepare for long distances and a lot of new impressions.