Travel Blogs from Pristina
festival est donc à l’image de ce jeune pays (New Born) qu’est le Kosovo (65%
de la population a moins de 30 ans !).
Le festival est super, bien vivant, la vie
culturelle à Prishtina est encore underground mais très active… avec ce
festival international et le festival documentaire qui amènent dans la ville
des artistes et créateurs de partout dans le monde (j’y ai rencontré des gens
... Pristina stop was the Bill Clinton statue. Neither Mom or I like former President Clinton, but the statute is a major landmark in Pristina and I wanted to get a photo of it since it’s rare to see a statue of a recent American president in a foreign country.
We hopped in a taxi at 4:23, picked up our bags at Hotel Nartel, and then went to the Pristina bus station to await our bus to Skopje, Macedonia. Taxi fare = 2.60 euros ($3.41).
... ndan sonra Yugoslavya'nın bir parçası hâline geldi.
Balkan Savaşları'ndan sonra, Kosova'nın birçok yerinden olduğu gibi, Priştine'den de on binlerce Türk ve Müslüman, özellikle Türkiye'ye göç etmek durumunda kalmıştır. Bugün, Türkiye'de yaşayan Kosova ...
... a problem with an Albania in Albania but don't like the Kosovar Albanians who have spent the the last few centuries spreading into Serbia's ancestral homeland of Kosovo. So now the Kosovar Albanians are actually the majority in Kosovs and the Serbs are treated as second class citizens there in an area the Serbs still claim as their own. But don't ask me to figure that one out. Nobody else has.
When I told people in Macedonia and Serbia that I ...
... lot to be seen at this point.
Once we had finished we made our way to the town’s library, which was certainly worth a visit. The building itself looks like it has been composed of groups of rectangular blocks covered in a dark metallic mesh, with a roof made out of lots of bulbous domes. The structure certainly stands out and is such an interesting find, especially given the state of the country’s economic situation, whereby 50% ...