Katarina and Rok, two travel bloggers from Slovenia, decided to visit Kosovo during spring 2016 (while I was still in Chicago for my studies) when they noticed a small white spot in Southeastern Europe in the world map they had drawn on the wall of their living room where they paint the visited countries. They […]
Museum of Broken Relationships Kosovo opened at the beginning of this month (May). It is a museum dedicated to collecting and maintaining items left behind after breakups. The Brokenships (a nickname) in Kosovo consists of a temporary exhibition of items donated by people all over the world. I came to know about the existence of this […]
There is a huge international community living in Kosovo. It is slightly less than it used to be right after the war in 1999; however, it is still at a considerable number. Some of its members moved here due to their work and some came to visit and fell in love and then came back […]
I can’t write about this topic without talking a bit about the history and also how Kosovo people feel about it (and, of course, I don’t claim to represent all the people of Kosovo). Kosovo is a small country with less than 2 million citizens where a wide range of nationalities cohabitates. Our Constitution, which […]
4 days in Kosovo – an appetizer that made me hungry for more!
I met Paulina in Pristina when she was visiting back in October last year. Initially, from the way she was speaking with her friend, I thought she was German (yep, Luxembourgish sounded to me like German). Anyway, we spent some time in one of my favorite places in Pristina, Dit’ e Nat’, and talked about […]