I’ve visited Pristina, Kosovo’s capital city, probably dozens of times now. But I tend to follow the same path through the city, sticking to streets and places I know.
I mentioned to a friend who lives in Pristina that I wanted to explore the city a bit more. She offered to take me on walk up through a part of the city I’d never seen.
We climbed a steep hill and reached a neighborhood filled with beautiful homes.
We ended up at a large cemetery.
Many of the tombstones displayed pictures of the deceased.
It is common for graves in Kosovo to have “cages” around them to keep stray dogs away.
We walked further.
Next, we came to a small park at the very top of the city.
When we came down from the hill, we visited the Newborn sign (which I posted about last week). Here’s what the new design looks like, in person.
None of the letters in “Newborn” really corresponds with my name, so I decided to take a picture with the “B.” Because why not?