This morning we took a bus out to the village of Gračanica, a Serbian enclave since the end of the Kosovo war, and the location of the Gračanica Serbian Orthodox Monastery
This memorial in Gračanica is dedicated to Serb victims missing from the 1998-1999 Kosovo war
Back in Pristina this monument pays tribute to the estimated 20,000 mostly Albanian women who were victims of sexual violence from Serb forces during the Kosovo conflict. Militants from both sides have been indicted for war crimes.
Apartment blocks in Pristina
Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa
An unfinished Serbian Orthodox Church in Pristina
People lining up to get visas for Europe
Open air market
On the main pedestrian street
The Kosovo flag. Interestingly, this flag doesn't show up much, but you see the Albanian flag everywhere. Apparently most of the people in Kosovo would like to join Albania.
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