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Pristina’s new cathedral, unofficially named after the famous ethnic Albanian nun, is a welcome addition to city’s skyline. Built in new-renaissance Italianate style, its two campanile towers will reach 70 metres once completed, but building work...more
Boulevard Bill Clinton n.n., Pristina 10000, Kosovo
Took the elevator to the top of the tower for €1. Amazing views of the city, including the National Library, plus all the mountains surrounding the city. Definitely worth the money, spent about 20 minutes up there enjoying the views, watching the world carry on...More
Most beautiful cathedral with stained glass murals of Saint Mother Theresa. I was in Awe of this gorgeous church. Unfortunately I was unable to visit the bell tower as it was close. Definately not to be missed.
This building is very interesting, some find it beautiful, some ugly and some futuristic. However it is very easy to access and worth a visit once you are in Prishtina. Feel free to go inside and ask officials for more history of the building.
Mother Teresa cathedral is located in center of Pristina, it's not finished jet and it's not officially opened but during the day everyone can enter inside it's open and you can enjoy inside and take some photos.
We joined the Free City Tour in Prishtina and the guide ended the tour in this church, which is the biggest catholic church in Prishtina (it is even bigger than all mosques in the capital city). He recommended us to take a elevator upstairs (just...More
Imitation Romaneque interior with clean white lines and a wooden roof. Do go with a local if you can because there are lots of local stories (and folk lore) in the mosaics a stain-glass windows. The St Theresa is the nun from Calcutta (not the...More