Christianity in Kosovo has a long-standing tradition dating to the Roman Empire.Before the Battle of Kosovo in 1389, the entire Balkan region had been Christianized by both the Roman and Byzantine Empires.Most of the historical monuments are stationed in the district of the cities of Pristina, Prizren and Peja.Monuments in Kosovo mostly consist of ancient cities, castles (Kulla), monasteries, mosques and churches. The castle of Prizren, the city and castle of Artanë which was a huge trade city in the 13th century and earlier, the castle of Kekola an ancient Dardan castle which dates from the Bronze era (1300-1100 b.c), etc.Er konnte kein Wort Deutsch, ging auf die Hauptschule, doch Myftari hatte ein Ziel: Er wollte studieren.Dies ist seine Geschichte: "Es gibt keine Sackgassen im Leben, es geht immer weiter, irgendwie.Unfortunately because of the many wars that Kosovo went through in different years and times, many monuments were destroyed.Founded in 1949, the Kosovo museum has departments of archaeology, ethnography, and natural science, to which a department for the study of history and the National Liberation Struggle was added in 1959.
There are different types of monuments that date from the Illyrian period continuing with the Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, Late Antiquity and Middle Ages, Ottoman Empire period, etc.
The Serb population, estimated at 100,000 to 120,000 persons, is largely Serbian Orthodox.
Kosovo has 26 monasteries and many churches, Serb Orthodox churches and monasteries.
According to its spatial concept it belongs to a five domes church type on square base with inscribed cross, characteristic of Byzantine architecture.
In the exterior an ideal relationship of monastic proportions and volume was achieved.