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assign a new symbol to Priština: that of a capital city. A center of
commerce, and education in addition to political administration, this
ethnically Albanian municipality was actually the seat of power for
Serbia in the fourteenth century.
Priština was a
capital of the Serbian empire in the 14th cent.
Pristina, also spelled Prishtina or Priština About this sound listen (help·info)
(Albanian: Prishtinë or Prishtina, Serbian: Приштина, Priština;
Turkish: Priştine) is the capital and largest city of Kosovo. It is
the administrative centre of the homonymous municipality and district.
* University of Priština situated at Kosovska Mitrovica: A Serbian
entity displaced from the city of Priština in 1999, conducting
education in Serbian language, backed by the Government of Serbia
(recognized by UNMIK since 2002 but under the name University of
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main airport Priština, the capital of the disputed Serbian province of
Kosovo. Starting operations back in 2006 its fleet is a diverse mix of
aircraft including one ATR42, one MD-82, one Fokker 100 and two
BAe146s. Last summer an A320 was leased from the Spanish low cost
Pristina, also spelled Prishtina or Priština listen is the capital and
largest city of Kosovo, a territory in the Balkans that is disputed
between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia following a
declaration of independence.
Priština International Airport is one of the great success stories of
a country seeking to rebuild its fortunes in the European Union. After
the highly destructive war in Kosovo which left the country and its
people in tatters the airport was not in a good state of repair.
settlement, Priština is Kosovo's capital and largest city. Population:
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The statue has been placed on a Priština boulevard that has also been
named after the former American president.
Thaci added that Clinton would be arriving in Kosovo at his
invitation, and promised the former U.S. leader would be met with a
Priština (Kosovo Albanian) delegation”, along with observance of UNSCR
Belgrade expects this to happen, said he, adding that such outcome
would be possible if the so-called Gymnich format were used for the
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Priština, also spelled Pristina (Albanian: Prishtinë or Prishtina,
listen (help·info) , Serbian: Приштина or Priština), is the capital
and the largest city of Kosovo, a Serbian province under United
Nations administration since the 1999...
Приштина, Priština; Turkish: Priştine) is the capital and largest city
of Kosovo. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous
municipality and district. It is estimated that the current population
of the city stands between 500,000 and 600,000.
Priština (Serbo-Croat) n (Placename) a city in S Serbia
and Montenegro, the capital of Kosovo: under Turkish control until
1912; severely damaged in the Kosovo conflict of 1999; nearby is the
14th-century Gračanica monastery. Pop.: 186 611 (2000 est.