Worth a view Across the street from Mother Theresa Park and a short walk from Mother Theresa Boulevard
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The monument itself isn't very impressive, but the story behind and the fact that Kosovo is still in a struggle to get recognized as a nation makes this spot for sure worth a small visit
very ordinary. in front of a shopping mall. they change design (layout) and colour every year. just to take a picture.
Looked shabby and derelict to be honest, the pictures of earlier designs (all the national flags, etc) have much more impact and I almost walked past this. Think having the no-borders (the flattened N & W apparently) message is actually fairly incongruous given that Kosovo...More
Given taht this is supposed to be a symbol of the "free" Kosovo, to find a graffitti covered monument was very disappointing to say the least......
Make sure you see this excellent monument on an visit to the Kosovo capital city. On my visit the letters N and W were laid flat with painted slogan N (O) and W (ALLS) as a protest against building any walls to divide people.
It is fine but I didn't even stop for a photo to be honest. The N and the W have been put face down on the ground to stand for "No Walls" and highlight the issue of segregation, which is interesting. But it's more of...More
This monument is actually composed of huge letters. Set your gang all up for a classic Pristina foto! The N and W are down on the ground to protest borders and other forms of world segregation. These letters are painted different colors every year I...More
Just across the street from one end of Mother Teresa Blvd, NEWBORN represents Kosovo’s Declaration of Independence from Serbia. The metal letters stand some two meters tall and get repainted each year. Residents and tourists alike marker on their names, and other graffiti or small...More