KosovoPristina

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Living History

magine a provincial city that suddenly becomes the capital of the new, independent country. What’s more, the country is still a disputable territory under the observation of international forces hence often in the spotlight.

 

That’s the story of Pristina, Kosovo – a newborn capital.

 

 

Local Life

Coffee in Pristina is the best, hands down. Everyone thinks so and even me, who is not so crazy about coffee, can vouch for it. With the prices starting at 1€ (and 2-2,5€ for the most expensive coffee in the menu) you can be sure Pristina is pure heaven for every coffee lover!

 

 

Area:
572 km²
Elevation:
652 m
Population:
145,149 (2020)
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