Kosovo is likely to become an independent state in 2007, making this Bradt guide a ‘must-buy’ for visitors from the country’s diaspora (which is believed to number over a million), for the many NGOs living out there and, as always, for those keen to explore off the beaten track.
Ringed by high mountains crossed by a series of conquerors over the centuries, the country boasts Ottoman mosques, Serbian Orthodox churches, monasteries, vineyards and extravagant KLA war memorials. The capital Pristina offers a surprising contrast with its growing number of vibrant restaurants, bars and shops, along with Kosovo’s top ski resort, Brezovica, which offers some of the best skiing in southeastern Europe.
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PART TWO THE GUIDE
PejaPec 147 The Pec Patriarchate 157 Outside
Dranoc 177Junik 180 GjakovaDjakovica 181
Adem Jashari Albanian army Bajram Balkans Banjska Belgrade border Brezovica building built bus station buses cafes centre century communist Decan decorated Deshmoret e Kombit diaspora Dragash Dukagjini Ferizaj frescoes Germia Gjakova Gjilan Gorani Gracanica Hasan Prishtina hill Hotel houses Ibar River Isniq Istog Janjevo Jashari Junik Kacanik KFOR Klina Kosovars kulla League of Prizren Letnica Lipjan located Macedonia main road Mitrovica Mon-Fri Mon-Sat monastery Montenegro mosque mountain municipality museum Muslim Novo Brdo organised Orthodox Church Ottoman Empire park Patriarchate Peja pizza police population Prishtina privatisation ProCredit Rahovec Raiffeisen region restaurant river Roma rooms Rr Deshmoret Rr Nene Tereze Rugova Serb Serbian shops side Skopje stone street Sultan summer taxi tekke town traditional Trepga Turkish turn Ulpiana UNMIK village Vushtrri walk Yugoslav Zubin Potok Zvecan