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Kosovo Dog Shelter
Kosova Anonymous writes "Qendra Kosovare per Strehim dhe Trajnimin e Qeneve Endacak (Kosovo Shelter for Stray Dogs) is the only shelter for dogs and cats in Kosovo. Situated near Prishtina airport, approximately 10 miles near the city centre, the shelter exists to provide a safe, clean and humane refuge for the stray dogs of Kosovo, comfortably housing approximately 100 dogs. Healthy dogs suitable for adoption are vaccinated, treated for internal & external parasites, sterilised, tattooed and made available to home. A registered NGO, the shelter receives no formal funding. The shelter also provides the only pet boarding facilities in Kosovo.
Please see the shelter website for further information www.kosovodogshelter.org "

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New travel book for Kosovo
Kosova Anonymous writes "The first ever English language guide dedicated to Kosovo is now published by the respected Bradt travel guides. More than 19 maps, 150 restaurants, 60 hotels, history, culture, walking tours and bike rides and lots of useful numbers. Written by internationals who have spent more than 4 years in Kosovo.

Copies available within Kosovo from kysmetkosovo[@]yahoo.com or if outside of Kosovo try amazon or www.bradt-travelguides.com. "

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my visit to GJILAN
Kosova's Cities Anonymous writes "i was recintly in GJILAN for the 2004-2005 winter holtidys. I was there for 2 weeks and i thought it was great but it only snowed once which was a little disapointing. Seeing GJILAN was a great and i saw a magnifisant looking building i think it was called 'ASK COMPUTERS' i went inside to have a look and it looked like something you would find in LONDON, UK"

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Malisheva
Kosova's Cities Malishevė/Mališevo was established as a municipal entity in 1986. In 1991, the municipality was abolished and the territory divided among the neighboring municipalities. During the 1990s, it remained an entity in the Kosovo Albanian parallel system. The United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) formally re-established the municipality of Malishevė/Mališevo in July 2000.

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Skenderaj
Kosova's Cities Skėnderaj/Srbica municipality is located in the north centre of Kosova, south of Mitrovica municipality. The territory of the municipality is mostly a high, rolling plateau running westward from the foothills of the Qyqavica Mountains, with its highest peak at 1080 meters. It consists of 52 villages organised in 12 districts (Bashkia Lokale).

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Gjilan
Kosova's Cities Gjilan/Gnjilane municipality is located 47 kilometres southeast of Prishtina on a fertile plain with good agricultural conditions. The municipality covers an area of 515 km² and consists of 63 villages.

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Mitrovica
Kosova's Cities The municipality of Mitrovicė/Mitrovica lies approximately 40 kilometers north of Prishtina, covering an area of 350 square kilometers. It contains one town and 49 villages. The town itself and two of the villages are ethnically mixed, while the remainder is Kosovar Albanian.

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Prishtina City--The Capital
Kosova's Cities Prishtina is located at the north-east edge of the Kosova plain in the centre of Kosova. It is on the route between the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Serbia proper. Prishtina is the economic, cultural, political, and administrative centre of Kosova. Comprising a territory of 854 km2, Prishtina is the most populous municipality in Kosova, which doubled after the conflict.

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Sources: OSCE

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Kosova Basic Facts
Population: 2.2 milion
Size: 10,887 Km²
Adjacent Countries: Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, and Macedonia.
Geography: Kosova is located in South-Eastern Europe (central Balkan Peninsula), surrounded by high mountains (South-West and West), medium (North and South), and low to the East.
Climate: The climate of Kosova is continental. The average temperatures are around 23-32ŗC in the summer (June to September) dropping around an average of 0ŗC down to -18ŗC.
Life Expectancy: 77 years.
System of Government: The system of government is Parlamentary republic. The Republic of Kosova declared independence from Serbia on February 17, 2008. The unilateral decleration of independance by Kosovar Government is widely accepted by most EU states and USA. Over 70 countries have recognized Kosova as an independent country. The formal recognition from other individual countries and international organizations is pending.
Capital City: Prishtina (Pristina)
Currency: Euro (€)
Regions of Kosova: Dukagjini, Drenica, Fusha e Kosovės (s.v. Kosovo Polje), Mitrovica
Official Language(s): Albanian, Serbian, English
Time Zone: GMT +01:00
Electricity: ~230V
Measuring Units: Metric

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