Architectural heritage

Cultural heritage includes all constructions, developed by humans or the chronological processes, adjusted to the natural environment to be used for residential and other purposes. Such monuments and facilities can be in a usable state or as ruins. Overall, they were revealed through archeological excavations.Read more

Most representative archeological monuments and complexes: Church of Saint Friday – Levishka, Deçan Monastery, Peja Patriarchate, Stone Bridge in Prizren, Sinan Pasha Mosque in Prizren, Sultan Fatih Mosque in Prishtina, the Prishtina Museum Building, Vushtrri Hamam, Gjakova's Large Market complex, Graçanica Monastery, other residential meetings, such as traditional city houses, towers, masjids, mausoleums and many others.

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Binbashi fountain

Binbashi fountain

Sinan Tekke complex is located in the south-west of Prizren, in the Terzinje neighbourhood. Sinan Order Tekke was founded by Mullah Ali Efendi Recep Koro in 1768, while his followers were Mullah Ma...

Brava Neighbourhood-architectural and historic neighborhood wells Nika

Brava Neighbourhood-architectural and historic neighborhood wells Nika

The houses of this neighbourhood were constructed in the 80-es of the 20th century, namely at the time of the Prizren League. They were built for residential purposes. They are built in ground floors ...

Bridge in Bubel village

Bridge in Bubel village

The bridge was built over the river Mirusha uniting the villages Çupeva with Bubel. In this area besides the bridge, there are the ruins of the village mill, old barn and the old cemetery which have m...

Building of Elementary School in Albanian Language

Building of Elementary School in Albanian Language

First Albanian School in Kosovo - Church of St. George is located in the village of Upper Stublle municipality of Viti. Its history is earlier than the time of its designation and it is precisely abou...

Building of the League of Prizren

Building of the League of Prizren

The League of Prizren Building is part of the Gazi Mehmed Pasha complex, namely the complex of the Albanian League of Prizren. The Complex of the League is an urban/architectural ensemble, strategic...

Bunjaku/Pantina Family House

Bunjaku/Pantina Family House

The Bunjaku family house was built by the early 20th century. This house is now located in the Pantina settlement, a neighbourhood of the old city centre of Vushtrri. The house has been used for re...

Catholic Church in Upper Vinarc/ Vinarc i Epërm

Catholic Church in Upper Vinarc/ Vinarc i Epërm

In Vinarc village which is located 7-8 km away from Mitrovica, it is located a Mortal Church (Kisha Mortore) that (according to some unpublished research) was built by local craftsmen in XIII century,...

Çatip Sinani Mosque

Çatip Sinani Mosque

Sinan Çatip Mosque -Ljevisha is located in the eastern part of the city, in the neighbourhood with the same name, north of Gazi Mehmet Pasha Neighbourhood. It is located on the corner, at the intersec...

Chamber of Fevzi Hoxha

Chamber of Fevzi Hoxha

In the village Cernice, about 8 km south-west of Gjilan, the Chamber of Mullah Vehbi is located, now owned by his grandson Fevzi Hoxha (1932). According to Fevzi, chamber was built in 1928 by his g...

Chamber of Haxhi Ahmet

Chamber of Haxhi Ahmet

In Remnik village, 16 km south of Gjilan, a rustic residential complex dating from 19th century is located. The complex consists of residential house for family use and chamber that was used for guest...

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