It's good to see the clock tower is still standing. Looking it's age but it's still one of the more interesting things to see here
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... knowing of its history as aclock tower - not part of a church - but a place next to bazaar and giving time to the bazaaris when to go pray and when to go home, it sets itself in perspective. It is a bit...More
This is a nineteenth-century clocktower which used to be part of the bazaar in the Ottoman era. It's main purpose was to tell people when it was time to go for prayers in the mosque. There is still an attractive Ottoman-era mosque nearby. These days...More
In Kosovo and Balkan region, each city has a Clock Tower, it is for the sole reason that in the past people have been very poor, and they have not been able to buy a watch for himself, therefore these towers are built with a...More
Ughh. I don't know why my Google Maps had this monument listed in the wrong part of town. I walked around 2km to a point that was supposed to be the clock tower, but nothing. A local finally pointed me in the right direction. It...More
Architecturally speaking, this is one of the landmarks of Prishtina old city, but nothing is really done to promote it. It would deserve much more, especially to remove the graffittis!
This would be an interesting site if it was maintained. However, when we visited the clock tower was covered with grafitti with trash all around it.
This Tower is located In front of the mosque which is at the junction of Ibrahim Lutfiu & Emin Duraku. This Tower look quite old.