Institute for Protection of the Monuments of Kosovo

The house where the Institute for the Protection of Monuments of Kosovo is located today dates from the second half of the 19th century. This house is typical examples of urban residential architecture and represents important historical and cultural values ​​of housing and living for the entire Kosovo and the Balkans. It has all the facets of classical Ottoman palaces, has its woodwork contours, courtyard, and delicately crafted ornaments. The traditional complex belonged to Koxhadish family until 1954. The house, which has survived and is close to the city’s old clock tower, is now being used by the Kosovo Institute for the Protection of Monuments.

Condition: Good
Working hours:
Monday – Friday
08:00 – 16:00