Loved the place. It is an old Ottoman house whose owners left it under political pressure of the 1990s. Turned into museum, it houses wonderful examples of Kosovo folk art, costumes, traditional carpets and jewelry. There is no charge for visiting it, but it would surely profit from visitor's donations. Also, I would love to see a small coffee shop and appropriate museum shop to help the curators improve and keep their collections accessible.
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