Nice statue you can see it when you enter the pedestrian area in city centre. The surrounding area is nice and good place for a walk and children to play
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Yes its just another statue on this pedestrian walkway nothing more nothing less. I don't know who this historic figure is but the statue is a good starting point for a leisurely walk through the city. If you find this city to be boring maybe...More
Seeing as how this is the #1 thing to do in Pristina and it's just a small boring statue, that should tell you that this whole city needs to be erased from your bucket list. The statue marks the beginning of the pedestrian street and...More
This grand square positioned in the centre of Tirana is currently undergoing a total reconstruction and is inaccessible by car or on foot in much of the area. The outlined plans for this revamp will certainly bring the square up to a high European standard.
This statue is a bit more dynamic looking that your standard 'man on a horse' statue found in most European cities. The rider is Skanderbeg, Albanian hero from Ottoman times (Kosovans are ethnically Albanian). It's a key landmark in the city, standing at one end...More