Statue of Mother Tereza
Statue of Mother Tereza
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Alessandro F
Milan, Italy26,318 contributions
Feb 2024 • Solo
The statue of the Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta is inside a little garden beside the main walkway of the city center
The same statue can be seen inside the Cathedral
Written February 21, 2024
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Chrysa
Athens-Greece5 contributions
I arrived in Pristina and I chose Baci Hotel for my stay there. The Hotel is centraly located, at Mother Tereza Street , the street with almost all the attactions of Pristina. Walking down the street you can find on your left hand the University library, with the special architectural features, radio Kosova and Fatih cami. On the right hand you will find Grand Hotel Pristina, the 5 star Hotel, the Parliament with the photos of all those missing, many ministerial buildings, the statute of Mother Tereza (it is not so big in comparison with the other statues on this street and the first time I couldn;t find it) and a nice square. Take down UCK street, walk up the hill and you wiil have a panoramic view of the city from 24, Maji street. Note that Pristina has often traffic congestion and that the majority of local people speak only albanian and very poor english.
Written May 10, 2006
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mgaivao
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg109 contributions
Sep 2012 • Business
Mother Theresa certainly deserves more thant this small, more / less hidden statue in the city center. The place also needs to be renovated.
Written October 23, 2012
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Leezz
London, UK96 contributions
Dec 2016 • Couples
This is hard to miss. It's situated in the centre part and easy to find. Nice statue of Mother Teresa.
Written December 28, 2016
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Lesley N
Dartford74 contributions
Mar 2016 • Couples
This is in the boulevard. Its quite small but it has nice benches around it. A nice piece of history.
Written March 26, 2016
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born2travelit
Cesena, Italy16,866 contributions
Jul 2015 • Couples
what a woman..we have seen several statue of this great woman in the balkans... everywhere it's so great to see the devotion that people show towards this tiny huge woman
Written July 30, 2015
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borisyeltsin007
Rio de Janeiro42 contributions
Sep 2014 • Friends
A great statue of a greater woman! Worth to pass through, take a picture and make your due reverence.
Written April 19, 2015
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iowaaggie
Alaska504 contributions
Nov 2014 • Solo
When in Pristina, you need to visit the Statue of Mother Tereza and get a picture. It is one of the few monuments left in the city that has not been defaced in some way or that has graffiti sprayed behind it. I gave this a higher rating that I normally would because there is so little to see in Pristina.

Since nothing is really marked well and I wasted a lot of time trying to find the monuments, the easier way to find it, is to find the larger Scaderbeg Statue which is right next to the government buildings. If you are facing the statue, walk to the left on the pedestrian walk-way, (Bulevardi Nene Tereza) past the water fountains. A short while later, look to your right and you will see it front of several buildings, (including the Shoqata Kosovo Renewable Energy Assocation).

The statue is NOT next to the Cathedral named after her, which is located several blocks away, on Bush and Bill Klinton, (Clinton) Boulevards.
Written November 14, 2014
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Tim D
Bangkok, Thailand46 contributions
Jun 2012 • Friends
Its a bronze statute of Mother Theresa and a small child. Very symbolic and its located near the walking street in Pristina. I mean no disrespect, but its a little larger than life statue. I took a picture of it.
Written June 9, 2012
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motozak
Vienna, Austria502 contributions
Apr 2012 • Business
its worth to see . on the other hand not many things to see here
Written April 23, 2012
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