Historic and cultural sites 

The cultural heritage of Kosovo is very rich. Locations with immense cultural tradition and historical influence can be found especially in the southern and western areas of Kosovo, including the Dukagjin region and towns of Peja, Gjakova, and Prizren. Small fortresses, such as the Albanian “Kullas”, mills and bridges, mosques, Catholic and Orthodox churches, Turkish baths, castles and archaeological settlements are all aspects of the region’s rich history. The country also contains a rich ethno-cultural, material and spiritual heritage with a variety of historical periods making themselves evident in its cultural, architectural, and geographical landscape.

Kosovo’s unique characteristics, features and qualities showcase the achievements of the Illyrian, Byzantine, Helen, Roman, Western, Eastern, and Ottoman inhabitants of its past.

Historic sites: Ethnological Museum - Prishtina, Artana castle (Novobërdë)- Artane, Mosque Bajrakli - Prizren, ‘Stone bridge (Ura e Gurit)’-Vushtrri, the House of League of Prizren – Prizren, ‘Rugova bridge (Ura e Rugovës)’- Pejë, ‘Clock Tower’ – Prishtina, ‘Cathedral of our lady of Perpetual Succour (Katedralja e Zonjës Ndihmtare)’ - Prizren, ‘Grave of Sulltan Murat’ – Kastriot, ‘Ulpiana’ – Lipjan, ‘Monastery of Deçan’ - Deçan, ‘the Bath of Gazi Mehmet Pasha’- Prizren, ‘Castle of Prizren’ - Prizren, ‘Terzi bridge’, Gjakova.