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..
The combined tour of Kosovo will provide you with a rich experience of the Kosovo history (past and recent), religious and historical monuments, traditions, and beautiful landscapes on the way. Prishtina is capital of Kosovo with 350-400 000 inhabitants, and also a University City with over 50 000 students from throughout the country. Pristina is a political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic center of Kosovo. It is very dynamic city, with bright and positive youth, with many cultural, arts, urban and sport events held in the town through the year. Visit to Gracanica Monastery Unesco site built in 1321Prizren, situated in the south of Kosovo, is a beautiful and one of the oldest towns in Kosovo, known for its ancient history, the rich cultural and religious heritage, traditional handicraft shops, variety of festivals, film, music, art etc. It is the most multiethnic, multi religious and multicultural city of Kosovo.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The University of Prishtina as well as the University of Pri tina are at present two disjoint public universities located in Kosovo, sharing the same history up to a point of bifurcation, which took place in 1999. The university was opened as one university in Yugoslavia, in the city of Pristina, for the academic year 1969/1970 and functioned as the University of Pri tina until 1999. In 2003 the University in Pristina had been described as being "at the very core of political conflict and the self-esteem of Albanian Kosovars".