Published On: Fri, Jul 15th, 2016

Kosovo: newest country of Europe, an unspoiled destination


The newest country of Europe, Kosovo, is a fascinating land with historic towns, villages, ancient Serbian monasteries, and, most notably, unspoiled countryside.

The country had declared independence on 2008, even though Serbian government has not recognized the country. So far, around one-hundred and eighteen countries only accepted the existence of this country.

Interestingly, the country’s tourism sector has not completely developed due to the special political atmosphere prevailing in this region.

The country is comprised of Albanian majority community, and Serb minority community. Still, the NATO forces are protecting the ancient monastery buildings of this country. In the recent years, the heart land of Balkans has witnessed foreign intervention especially from the European Union and the United Nations.

Pristina, the capital city, is a worthy stop on the long Kosovo tour. The city is filled with ancient mosques, new government buildings and medieval monuments.

The presence of the United Nations officials, European Union officials and NATO forces gives the city a cosmopolitan character.




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Kosovo: newest country of Europe, an unspoiled destination