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.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Olivera Vojna Ne i (born 6 October 1947 in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia - present day Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Serbian composer and professor at the University of Pristina Faculty of Arts, in North KosovoShe graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (1983) and completed her postgraduate studies at the University of Sarajevo Music Academy (1991)Mrs. Ne i has been a founding member and President of the Association Women in Music (Serbian: ene u muzici), section of the Fondazione Adkins Chiti: Donne in Musica, dedicated to the promotion of female musicians. As the president of the Association, Ne i has been an artistic director of the annual international Competition "Donne in musica" in project Youth for Peace and Justice, held in various Serbian cities (Kragujevac, Kru evac Belgrade, Zve an).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Obili (Albanian: Obiliq or Kastriot, Serbian: , Obili ) is a town and municipality in central Kosovo[a], belonging to the Pristina district. The municipality includes the town of Obili and 19 villages, with a total population of approximately 30,000. The municipality is located immediately north-west of Pristina on the main road to Mitrovica. It was created in 1989, prior to which it formed part of Pristina municipality.