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Kosovo Museum

Sheshi Adam Jashari, Pristina, Kosovo
+377 44 50 80 55
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Ranked #12 of 17 Attractions in Pristina
Type: History Museums
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed September 16, 2014 NEW

It is not worth a visit. It seems that they started to charge €2 for admission and it is mostly about the war explained in Albanian language.

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Pristina, Kosovo
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26 reviews 26 reviews
7 attraction reviews
21 helpful votes 21 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed August 6, 2014

I have visited the museum on several occasions and different exhibitions, and let me assure you that there are tons of impressive materials that deserve to be exposed to the public, but are kept in storage instead unappreciated. It seems that the post-war incompetent management was more interested in promoting the wartime exhibitions that are just lame and disturbing, as... More

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Los Angeles, California
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed June 30, 2014

American tourists may wonder why there is both a Bill Clinton Boulevard and a George Bush one as well but are likely not well informed on the Kossovo - Serbian war and its aftermath. The 2nd floor museum provides the opportunity to become informed on some of the events associated with the "ethnic cleansing" and murders of many of those... More

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Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed June 16, 2014

the museum isn't in english but the photos give you a huge idea of what it was like back then. There are also new paper clippings that are in english so they are worth a read. I enjoyed getting an insight eve if it was just a little one.

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Roseville, Minnesota
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed June 8, 2014

Well, contrary to what others have said, when I walked in on this Sunday morning, a man at the front gate walked in with me, tried to interest me in two little books, and charged me 2 euros. He kept the change in his pocket.... Oh well, only 2 euros. As others have said, at the moment there isn't much... More

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Santa Rosa, California
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 31, 2014

The museum is just as described by other reviewers. It's free - that's a plus. There isn't much to see, other than some memorabilia from the war times and plenty of New York Times articles hanging on the walls. At least these were entertaining to read. Other magazine articles (including ones in German) were also on display. Most of the... More

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed April 29, 2014

There are three floors to this museum. The ground floor is supposed to be an exhibition/gallery. However, it is completely empty. The first floor is under construction. The second floor is basically a NATO funded display, none of which is in English, which is pretty much just propaganda praising NATO and various politicians. There are some interesting newspaper articles from... More

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Istanbul, Turkey
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 26, 2014

The entrance hall was hosting a Istanbul photographs exhibition and 1. floor had demonstratons from the late history about the establishment of Republic of Kosova. The scenes of massacre was enough to see what they had passed through. All explanations were in Albanian. The early history saloons were closed in April 2014. Local TV KTV staff made an interview with... More

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Neuss, Germany
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 17, 2014

I said to my dad:I need to got there!!!The museum has got three floors,but 2 floors were closed because theyre renovating them.You neednt pay something.The floor that was open was shocked and nice.The nice part of the museum is that you can learn many informations about the Kosovo War in 1998-1999.You can see old newspapers with informations of the war,for... More

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Baltimore, Maryland
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7 reviews 7 reviews
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed February 8, 2014

We visited in early February 2014, and the archaeological portion of the museum was under renovation. Ground floor: Poster displays of the Halo Trust's global demining efforts, including work in Kosovo. First floor: Archaeological exhibits (closed during our visit) Top floor: Multi-room display of news articles, photographs, and some artifacts (uniforms, ordnance, and the like) from the war. This section... More

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