Archeological heritage

Archaeological heritage of Kosovo identified up to date dates back since prehistory and represents a precious treasure. Archaeological evidence reflects traces, remains, ruins and artefacts from past civilisations of autochthon population and eastern and western civilisations documented in specific space and time. A constituting part of this treasure are the evidence materials from periods of Neolith, Eneolith, Bronze, Iron, Roman and the period of late antiquity and Middle Age.Read more

The most representative habitats and localities: multi-layer settlement of Vlashnje, locality of Runik, locality of Varosh, locality of Reshtan, locality of Bardhosh, locality of Spinning Area, locality of Fafos, necropolis of tombs of Boka of Përqeva, tomb necropolis of Ponoshec, necropolis of Llashtica, locality of Banja e Pejës, Municipum DD, Locality of Statio Vindenis, Municipium Ulpiana, locality of Vrella, locality of Dersnik, Keqekolla Castle, Prizren Castle, Medieval City of Novobërda and many others.
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Castle of Kacaniku

Castle of Kacaniku

In the center of city Kacaniku, on the western shore of the river Lepenc, located is a castle which dates from 16th century. According to written documents, Kacaniku Castle was built by order made in ...

Duboc Fortress

Duboc Fortress

From the archaeological aspect, the Dubovc fortress is situate above the Çeçan, part of the Çiçavica mountain chain, not far from the town of Vushtri, which illustrates the fact that Late Antique fort...

Early Christian Church in Nikadin

Early Christian Church in Nikadin

The Nikadin village, nowadays a suburban part of the town of Ferizaj, is situated only 2 kilometres south from the town, sited in a spacious and fertile countryside. During the 60s of the last century...

Early Christian Church in Vrella

Early Christian Church in Vrella

The village of Vrella is situated approximately 7 km west from the town of Istog. Archaeological excavations conducted here in 2010, unearthed remains and foundations of a church with small dimensions...

Harilaq fortress

Harilaq fortress

The Harilaq fortress/castle (4th-6th century AD), is situated on top of the hill known by the local toponomy as the Gradina e Harilaqit, set in an erased and dominant position, west from the Harilaq v...

Hisar of Kasterc Fortress

Hisar of Kasterc Fortress

The archaeological site, respectively the fortification of the Kasterc, positioned more or less 12 kilometers northwest from the town of Suhareka (Theranda), witnessed to be a multilayer archaeologica...

Illyrian tombs in Boka-Përçeva

Illyrian tombs in Boka-Përçeva

The Boka e Përçevës tumulus necropolis is situated few kilometers up northwest from the Gllareva necropolis. This grouped tumulus burial is dated in Late Bronze and Early Iron Period, and is very char...

Illyrian tumuli near the Fshej bridge in Ujza

Illyrian tumuli near the Fshej bridge in Ujza

The Fshej burial mound necropolis belongs to the Late Iron Period (7th – 6th century BC). During the archaeological excavations carried out here in 2011, five tumulus burials were archaeologically exc...

Llanishte fortress

Llanishte fortress

Around 1km south from Kacanik, at the decreased area up to maximum 684 meters above the sea level, at the site known as the ‘Vranjak’ remains of a fortress have been recorded, whereas, a wall of up to...

Llapushnik Fortress

Llapushnik Fortress

The Llapushnik fortress is situated at the Mountainous area of Drenica region, set close to the Llapushnik outfall, located about 10 km southwest from the town of Drenas. The Llapushnik fortress was c...

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