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Kosovo - The Young Europeans

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Erza Gjikolli

on 22 May 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Kosovo Main Facts about Kosovo Geographic position
Multiculturalism in Kosovo My Family Prishtina
Capital city of Kosovo Religions:

Orthodox Official languages:


Other languages:
Roma Population: 1.78 million
Urban population 30 – 40 per cent
Youth Population: 50 per cent (under the age of 20)
Unemployment: 43 per cent
Poverty: 45 per cent
Currency: Euro Facts about Kosovo Prizren- The Center of Culture Kosovo is in South East Europe and is not more than the size of the U.S state of Connecticut. Kosovo, the youngest country of the 21st century, declared independence from Serbia on February 17, 2008.

Kosovo was administered by the United Nations and NATO since 1999, when it was part of Yugoslavia.

“Kosovo”, the name if literally translated means ‘field of blackbirds’ My Friends My School Population: 250,000 My School My Mom My dad My sister Mosque Catholic Church Eliza Dushku Rita Ora
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