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Sheshi Adam Jashari, Pristina, Kosovo
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I see this Museum as a work in progress... yes, it could do with more signage in English...yes, there wasn't much on the ground floor...but wait til you climb the stairs. There are areas devoted to heavy artillery (& I've been to a lot of...More

Thank lyz-the-activist
Reviewed 5 days ago

It's not that worth visiting, compared to some other sites of interests in the city of Pristina; visit if you have the time but do not come with high expectations.

Thank Daydream08271606429
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I am an Albanian living abroad, and found it extremely interesting to spend my time in the Museum. It was very nice to see that such a small country has so much history. However, for me the "disappointment" was that there was not a lot...More

Thank aniita_dq
Reviewed August 6, 2018

This free, rather sparsely visited museum has an exhibition about Kosovo's first president on the ground floor, archaeological exhibitions on the first floor, and exhibitions about history on the second floor, the last being mostly about the recent war. This museum has almost no signs...More

1  Thank straea
Reviewed July 20, 2018

This museum is free and in an easy to get a location, it has a nice bright cheerful feeling and everything is well marked and described although not everything is in English. Unfortunately they give very little coverage to the conflict over the last 25...More

Thank Gerard O
Reviewed June 30, 2018

After trying on half a dozen previous visits I finally found the museum open. It has a small but interesting collection. First floor, up a grand staircase, shows the archaeological history of the region, from Neolithic and Prehistorical through Roman to Ottoman times. Of particular...More

1  Thank Sunny A
Reviewed May 31, 2018 via mobile

I went here with really high hopes of learning more about the long history of Kosovo and it’s more recent events. My visit started strangely with there being no one around, no signs, but the building entirely open. The museum looks brand new inside, with...More

2  Thank Chris F
Reviewed April 23, 2018

Go there with a local, because the museum itself isn't much to write home about. But the passion with which someone from the place will talk about their most recent history will be quite amazing.

2  Thank MahmoodSAli
Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

This museum has been renovated recently and new parts of it opened for public (with new things to show). When we visited it with our two teen girls and 10-year-old son, there weren't so many things to see. Those that were available showed a lot...More

Thank Aderod
Reviewed March 25, 2018 via mobile

First floor is full of pottery and statues from neolithic and prehistoric period. The first floor is devoted to Kosovo independence. We so missed more information in English! We didnt understand the artefacts. There were guns, uniforms videos in their language and one room with...More

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