Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa in Pristina, Kosovo

During my first visit to Pristina, my language training group got to go to the top of Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa to enjoy a great view of the city. The cathedral was under construction at the time. Now, it is finished. I visited again with some friends to see the new interior.

wall cathedral of saint mother teresa
Rainbows and stained glass
door cathedral of saint mother teresa
I love this door.
stained glass cathedral of saint mother teresa
The church has several panels depicting Mother Teresa’s life.
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Eagle pew
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Mother Teresa
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Stained glass + beams
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Ceiling
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Pretty stained glass

According to the CIA World Factbook, 2.2% of Kosovars are Roman Catholic. The country is primarily Islamic (95.6%).

I live in a Catholic village. You can see photos I took of my local church here.

2 thoughts on “Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa in Pristina, Kosovo”

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing. I’ve been wanting to visit Kosovo for a long time now. It remains as one of the few countries in the Balkans that I still haven’t visited. In 2018 I am planning on visiting for a few days 😉

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