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Pristine (Priština, Prishtina) is the largest city as well as the capital of the municipality and district of Kosovo. Currently, the city counts between 500,000 and 600,000 inhabitants. The city is administrative, educational, and cultural centre of Kosovo. University of Pristina functions ever since the academic year 1969/1970. However, due to turbulent events, today there are two universities bearing the same name. One is situated in Pristina and the instructions are in Albanian language. While the other university is placed in Kosovska Mitrovica and instructions are in Serbian language.
As far as the sites in Pristina, it would be good to mention the Museum of Kosovo and the clock tower.
The Kosovo Museum has a breathtaking ethnological and archaeological artifacts collection. You can see Neolithic terracotta Goddess on the Throne which was excavated near Pristina in 1960. Unfortunately, a large number of artifacts is still in Belgrade.
The Clock Tower dates from the 19th century. The original bell was made in Moldavia in 1764, but unfortunately this bell was stolen in 2001. The old clock mechanism was replaced with an electric one, but unfortunately it does not always show the time since Kosovo has electricity problems.
If you want to visit Pristina, the easiest way to get to Pristina is by plane. Pristina International Airport is very well connected to many European as well as world cities. Also Skopje International Airport is 110 kilometers away from Pristina, so if you prefer Skopje Airport over Pristina Airport, you can take bus from Skopje to Pristina. The bus ride lasts around 2 hours. During these two hours, you can enjoy your bus ride by watching amazing scenery.
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