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If you're up for partying in a "dance-floor disco style", ZONE CLUB is definitely the place for you. Literally, the best in town when speaking for it.
The best club in the country. Lookout for the electronic series nights, DJ's such as Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler, tiNi, Raresh... You're very lucky if you're in town for the series.
One of the biggest clubs in Prishtina, mainly has hip-hop, pop, and sometimes house music. This venue is open only during the summer
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“Initially known as "Boro and Ramiz" was designed by a group of architects headed by Zivorad Jankovic, Halid Muhasilovic and Sretko Eshpek. The youth and sports complex, although it has lost its initial purpose of serving Prishtina youth, is of great importance to the Prishtina citizens, especially to the older generations, as funds for the construction of the center were donated by them. For a number of years Prishtina citizens had to give half of their income for the construction of the center. According to the original plan the complex was supposed to have a swimming pool, tennis courts, football pitches and other sport fields. After the was the building was badly damaged by a fire and as a result the grand sports hall still remains unused. According to the head architect of the project, the roof of the center was supposed to symbolize the peaks of Sharr Mountains.”
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“The National Theatre of Kosovo was founded in 1946 in the city of Prizren, Kosovo. It is the highest ranked theatre institution in the country, with the largest number of productions. The National Theatre is the only public theatre in Kosovo and therefore it is financed by Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport. This theatre has produced more than 400 premieres which have been watched by more than 3 million spectators.”
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“Taverna Tirona is a great place to have some beer & rakia, and enjoy some food from their menu! Actually, all the bars located around Taverna Tirona are great places to eat and get drunk... just be careful and don't overdo it ^_^.”
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“The Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa in Pristina is a Roman Catholic cathedral being constructed in Pristina, Kosovo. In 2007, the Government of Kosovo approved plans for the building. The cathedral is dedicated to the Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun and missionary, Saint Teresa of Calcutta.”
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“Baba Ghanoush is a small, charming vegetarian restaurant at the center of the city, and it couldn’t be more different from the meat-heavy establishments for which Pristina is commonly known. Mezze platters are full of smoky appetizers, from the namesake dip to beetroot chutney to roasted carrot mash flavored with peppers, garlic, and sunflower seeds. The restaurant’s falafel and bean wraps, which each cost just 2.50 euros, are particularly popular with the lunchtime crowd. While the menu shows a clear tendency toward Middle Eastern foods, Baba Ganoush also serves hints of local flavor in dishes like feta with walnut pate. Don’t miss out on a tall glass of local craft beer, Sabaja, which the eatery serves on tap”
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