Imbued with mysticism and folklore by the locals in the area, the ruins of the town of Gjytet in Vushtrri make for the perfect day trip, a rare chance to see an abandoned human settlement in Kosovo, dating back to the Neolithic era, that nature has reclaimed.
Doruntina Ukimeri’s artistic exhibition opened its doors on Tuesday at the Motrat Gallery in Prishtina, whose work harnesses paper filigree techniques to transform the traditional Albanian Cejzi, dowry, into a whole new aesthetic practice.
While museum culture thrives in the West, representation of Kosovo’s rich cultural history is not on the agenda, and it is saddening to see how its museum culture is in decline.
Memorials to fallen Yugoslav Partisan fighters are no longer popular in Kosovo – and the fate of Prishtina’s old war memorials is uncertain.
The medieval mining town and fortress of Novo Brdo, explored through Kallxo’s 360-degree video technology.