Specifics of the Region of Mitrovica (Cultural Heritage)

The region of Mitrovica includes the municipality of Vushtrri, Skenderaj, Zubin Potok, Zveçan and Leposaviq. There aren't many places where the people have left such an important footprint on its material and spiritual culture and its creative development, such as the region of Mitrovica, particularly in terms of the inception of the establishment of such municipalities. This region initially was with Neolithic, Roman and medieval settlements, Ottoman period towns (Kasabs), commercial-craftsman towns. In recent times, Mitrovica is known as a contemporary industrial town.Read more

In addition to the immovable archaeological and architectonic heritage, which is proof of life in historical periods, today, we also have movable and spiritual heritage that we encounter in museum collections, archives of the region, and private collections. Archaeological, architectonic, movable and spiritual cultural heritage is living evidence of the past eras and a rich political and cultural history, not only as knowledge of the past but also as a comparison with the present.

The region of Mitrovica has listed a total of 164 assets in the Cultural Heritage List for Temporary Protectin, of which, 39 movable exhibits, 125 movable assets, of which 39 are archaeological reservations, 8 archaeological ensembles, 78 architectural ensembles, of which 87 profane, 34 sacral and 4 utilitarian.

Stone house “Kulla” in Zhazhë

Stone house “Kulla” in Zhazhë

In the Smaka neighborhood of Zhazhë village, municipality of Zvecan, is located a Stone house “Kulla” of Hajzer Ahmet Peci. Zhazhë village, is located at the distance of 10 km from town of Mitrovica...

Stone house “Kulla” of  Sefedin Zasella

Stone house “Kulla” of Sefedin Zasella

Two floors Stone house (popularly known as Stone house “Kulla”) of Sefedin Zasella is located in slightly sloped terrain of Abazi neighborhood in Village Z asella of Mitrovica Municipality. According...

Stone house “Kulla” of  Tupellaj family

Stone house “Kulla” of Tupellaj family

Profane urban object, Stone house of the height GF+1 popularly known as Tupella`s Stone house ”Kulla”. The Stone house is built by Haxhi Fazli Tupella in second decade of XX century. Building of Ston...

Stone house “Kulla” of Asllan Tupella

Stone house “Kulla” of Asllan Tupella

Stone house (popularily known as) Asllan Tupella`s “Kulla” is located in the village Kcic i Vogel in Tupella Neighbourhood in Municipality of Mitrovica. Based on the information’s obtained by Ferat ...

Stone house “Kulla” of Halim  Miftari

Stone house “Kulla” of Halim Miftari

Stone house (popularly knows) as Halim Mistari`s “Kulla” is located in Miftaraj neighborhood of Vllahia village of Municipality of Mitrovica. According to the collected information`s, Stone house is ...

Stone house “Kulla” of Sali Kajtazi

Stone house “Kulla” of Sali Kajtazi

Two floor`s Stone house (popularly known as) Sali Kajtazi`s “Kulla” is located in the village Kcic i Vogel in Kajtazi Neighbourhood in Municipality of Mitrovica. Based on the information’s obtaine...

Stone house “Kulla” of Ymer Ymeri

Stone house “Kulla” of Ymer Ymeri

Stone house “Kulla” of Ymer Ymeri is located in “Mëhallën e mesme” of Rahova village, a village in the area of Shala e Bajgorës, Municipality of Mitrovica. Stone house, built at the end of XIX centur...

Tekke of Hafuz Halil Mripa

Tekke of Hafuz Halil Mripa

The Tekke of Hafiz Halil Mripa is located in the entry to the Lower Suhodoll village, 5 km away from Mitrovica city. Hafiz Halil Effendi Mripa (1892-1967), while alive, had served in the Tekke of Ju...

The Building of Old Turkish Bath

The Building of Old Turkish Bath

The Town Turkish Bath (Hamam) is located in the “Shemsi Ahmeti” Boulevard, formerly the core of the old town, which at some point, made the centre of the town. The Town Turkish Bath was built at the e...

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