Republic of Kosovo
Kosovo is one of the youngest countries in the Europe which declared independence in February 2008. Kosovo is landlocked in the central Balkan Peninsula. Capital and largest city is Prishtina. It is bordered by the Republic of Macedonia and Albania to the south, Montenegro to the west, and Serbia to the north and east. Kosovo has just 10800 square kilometers, but is very rich in cultural heritage, beautiful nature, and fresh air. Kosovo has different strata of cultural heritage, ranging from the early periods as the Neolithic period, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, then Dardane-Illyrian period. After you can find traces of Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, Ottoman Empire, traces of south Slavic, traces of communism. In the communism time Kosovo was part of Yugoslavia. Religion in Kosovo majority are Muslims, others are catholic and orthodox. About the religion Kosovo is example for tolerance in Europe. Kosovo has the youngest population in the Europe. More than 50% of populations are under the 27.
Seven reasons that make our country different from the others are:
1) It is a safe country,
2) People are very friendly and hospitable,
3) Very reach in Cultural Heritage and natural view,
4) Food is very delicious,
5) Kosovo has a bifurcation that is unique in Europe,
6) Kosovo has the Crystals Museum which is one of the best in Europe with artifacts,
7) We have the best coffee (machiato) in the world, even though we didn’t discover coffee we make it extremely well.