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Things to do in Pristina

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Category: History Museums
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Category: Parks
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Category: Libraries
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Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
Owner description: Pristina’s new cathedral, unofficially named after the famous ethnic Albanian nun, is a welcome addition to city’s skyline.... more » Owner description: Pristina’s new cathedral, unofficially named after the famous ethnic Albanian nun, is a welcome addition to city’s skyline. Built in new-renaissance Italianate style, its two campanile towers will reach 70 metres once completed, but building work appears to have slowed down since the venue’s consecration in September 2010. Some €1 million was raised for the building by the Albanian diaspora. While the building is open to public, remember it’s still a building site so say your prayers before entering. « less
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Category: Parks
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Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Category: History Museums
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Category: Cemeteries
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Category: Fountains
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Category: Monuments/ Statues

About 8 km north of Pristina on the way to Mitrovica, the Field of Blackbirds, also known as Kosovo Polje (the name "Kosovo" appears to be derived from the Serbian word for... more »

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