Snapshots of Europe: Pristina, Kosovo

A gritty place that’s not high on the favoured list of travelers but Pristina the Kosovar capital is not without its own certain charm. Look around and you will find it for yourself from heroes past and present; to architecture, a crossroads of religious beliefs and national freedom.

Pristina Newborn
The nation of Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008. US President Bill Clinton along with national heroes and heroines are highly respected in bringing this newborn nation to life
Pristina Kosovo
From the university to monuments and architecture the city of Pristina is quite diverse
Pristina Mother Teresa Skanderbeg Zahir Pajaziti was a commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army
Life, colour and heroes past and present (Mother Teresa, Skanderberg and Zahir Pajaziti a commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army)
Kosovo and Pristina is a cross roads of religion - an abandoned orthodox church shows national scars of the past
Kosovo and Pristina is a cross roads of religion – an abandoned orthodox church shows national scars of the past
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4 Comments Add yours

  1. pedrol says:

    Pristina is such an interesting city! thanks for sharing your photos! PedroL

    1. Deano says:

      Thanks for taking a look at my blog!

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