Mitrovica, KOSOVO. 2014. Mitrovica is one of the biggest city of Kosovo, about 300.000 citizen. The city is divided into two administrations, Serbian in the northern part of the town and Albanian in the southern part.
Brestovik, KOSOVO. 2014. Miodrag Brasic, village leader of a Serbian enclave.
Mitrovica Nord, KOSOVO. 2014.
Leposavic, KOSOVO. 2014.Region in the majority serbian.
Mitrovica North, KOSOVO. 2014. Aleksandar Spiric, deputy mayor of Mitrovica north. The municipal administration follows the law of the serbian goverment. Mitrovica-north does not recognize the Kosovo government authority.
Mitrovica-south, KOSOVO. 2014. Agim Bahtiri. Mayor of Mitrovica-south. The mayor said that he takes administration decision for his district while the mayor of Mitrovica-north doesn’t have this power becouse he is under the influence of Belgrade goverment.
Mitrovica, KOSOVO. 2014. Mitrovica is the symbol of the division between serbians and albanians.
Leposavic, KOSOVO. 2014.Military patrol at the North of the country.
Brestovik, KOSOVO. 2014. Famiglia Brasic. He comes back in Kosovo from Serbia in 2004. They report that there are a lot of thefts in order to frightened them.
Administrative Boundary Line, KOSOVO. 2014.
Brestovik, KOSOVO. 2014.Orthodox religious images.
Prizren, KOSOVO. 2014. In Kosovo there are many icons of serbian Orthodox Church.
ABL Administrative boudary line, KOSOVO. 2014.Patrol activities. KFOR
Mitrovica, KOSOVO. 2014. Austerlitz’s brigde. This bridge represents a sort of “Berlin Wall” in the balkans, symbol of the conflicts between serbian and albanian.
Gjilan, KOSOVO. 2014.Mosque.
Gjilan, KOSOVO. 2014.
Velekinca, KOSOVO. 2014. Guys with the flag of Albania before the football match Serbia – Albania that happened in october 14th, 2014.
ABL Administrative boundary line, KOSOVO. 2014.
Sebaj-Sopi, KOSOVO. 2014. Cemetery for the victims of the massacre in Meja and Korenica that occurred in April 27th, 1999. They were killed about 376 people buried in mass graves.
Mitrovica, KOSOVO. October 2014. The Austerlitz’s bridge is surveillanced by international military forces.
Pec-Peja, KOSOVO. 2014. Gymnasium “Bedri Pejani”. The schools for students Albanians and Serbs are still divided.
Lladove, KOSOVO. 2014. Since breaking from the war with Serbia, Kosovo stands among Europe’s poorest countries. About two out of three under the age of 25 are currently jobless, and nearly 50% of Kosovo’s 1.8 million people are considered to be poor.
Gijlan, KOSOVO. 2014
ABL Administrative boundary line, KOSOVO. 2014.KFOR