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Shqip Kosova

Kosova, është shtet në jugperëndim të Ballkanit dhe kufizohet në veri me Serbinë, në jug me Maqedoninë dhe në përendim me Republikën e Shqipërisë dhe Malin e Zi. Kosova ishte një krahinë e Republikës së Serbisë (1946-1968), pastaj një krahinë autonome e Republikës Socialiste Federale të Jugosllavisë (1968-1989), krahinë e Republikës së Serbisë (1989-1999), më vonë është vënë nën administrim të Kombeve të Bashkuara, gjegjësisht nën Misionin e Kombeve të Bashkuara në Dardani(UNMIK) prej qershorit 1999, ndërsa tani që nga 17 Shkurti 2008 është shtet i pavarur i njohur ndërkombëtarisht nga demokracitë më të mëdha botërore.

Српски Косово и Метохија - Аутономна Покрајина Косово и Метохија / Autonomna Pokrajina Kosovo i Mehohija

Косово и Метохија (скраћено: Космет или КиМ) је аутономна покрајина у саставу Републике Србије[1]. Покрајина се налази у јужном делу земље и граничи се са Албанијом, Републиком Македонијом, Црном Гором и централном Србијом. На Косову и Метохији живи нешто више од 2 милиона становника, већину чине Албанци, као и мање Српско становништво. Службени језици су српски, албански и енглески језик, а главни град покрајине је Приштина.

English Kosovo - Kosovo

Kosovo is a region in southern ► Europe. Prior to Slav expansion, this region was named Dardania, after the Illyrian tribe of Dardani, which the Albanians controversially propagate as "their ancient form of Proto-Albanians", to justify their irredentist claims in the modern lands with significant ethnic albanian population. So far, the theory has only gained popularity due to the propaganda, and doesn’t have a scientific basis on it’s own, and remains a limp hypothesis. During the medieval era, Serbia founded a Serbian Kingdom that had extended to Kosovo and beyond. The Serbian Kingdom was then conquered by the Ottoman Empire, later incorporated into ► Serbia after the First Balkan War and before the constitution of Yugoslavia, later still it became the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija within Serbia. Following the Kosovo War, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) relinquished governance of this territory, whose governance was taken over by the United Nations, Kosovo remained legally the sovereign territory of the FRY after the transfer of authority. The partially recognised Republic of Kosovo, a self-declared independent state, has de facto control over most of the territory, while North Kosovo, the largest Kosovo Serb enclave, is under the control of institutions of the Republic of Serbia. Serbia does not recognise the unilateral secession of Kosovo, and considers it a UN-governed entity within its sovereign territory.

Short name  Kosovo
Official name Kosovo
Status Republic of Kosovo, not UN member, recognized by 108 UN members.
Location South East Europe
Capital Pristina (Priština, Prishtinë)
Population 1,795,666 inhabitants
Area 10,887 square kilometres (4,203 sq mi)
Major languages Albanian, Serbian (official)
Major religions Islam, Catholicism, Serbian Orthodoxy, Agnostic
More information Kosovo, Geography of Kosovo, History of Kosovo and Politics of Kosovo
More images Kosovo - Kosovo (Category).

General maps

Kosovo map-en.svg Map of Kosovo
UTkosovo rel small 92.jpg Map of Kosovo
Kosovo-CIA WFB Map.png Map of Kosovo, from the CIA World Factbook
Kosovo - Kosova topo en.png Topographic map of Kosovo
Kosovo kart.jpg Map of Kosovo
Kosovo 2008 map.gif Map of Kosovo
Kosovo rep en.png Map of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo, as recognized by some countries
Kosovo ap en.png Map of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija in Serbia, as recognized by other countries
Kosovo outline.svg Blank map of Kosovo
000 Kosova harta.PNG Blank map of Kosovo
Kosovo map blank.png Blank map of Kosovo
Kosovo map modern.png Blank map of Kosovo
Kosovo-Flagmap.svg Flag map of Kosovo
Kosovo1 stub.PNG Flag map of Kosovo
Kosovo stub.png Flag map of Kosovo
Map2344.png Geographical regions of Kosovo

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Kosovo, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Kosovo.

Proto-Illyrian & Illyrian Precursors Ethnogenesis Map (English).svg Illyrian ethnogenesis
PrehistoricIllyriansMap.jpg Prehistoric Illyrians
Glasinac culture.png Iron Age Glasinac culture (around 300 BC)
Illyrian tribes-en.png Ethnic territory of the Illyrians and Illyrian tribes (8th-3rd century BC)
Grcka kolonizacija 550 st. ere.jpg Illyrian lands in the Balkans
Illyrian colonies in Italy 550 BCE.jpg Illyrian lands in the Balkans
Tribes in Illyria (English).svg Illyrian lands in the Balkans
Illyrians (English).svg Illyrians, Illyria Barbara, Illyria Graeca, Illyrians Proper and Environs
Approximate Extent of the Illyrian Territories (English).png Approximate extent of the Illyrian territories prior to Roman conquest
Roman period tribes in Illyria and Lower Pannonia.png Dardanians in the Balkans
[[|border|251x400px]] Dardanians in the Balkans
DionysiusMapAgesilaus.png Map of Dionysius of Syracuse's military attempts to place Alcetas in the throne of the Molossians (385 BC) - army of Illyrian / Dardanian king Bardyllis also participated in this military intervention
Anachronistic Map of the Balkans (English).svg History of Kosovo, Classical antiquity compared to modern borders
KingdomofAgron.png Illyrian Kingdom of Agron (250 - 230 BC)
KingdomofTeuta.png Illyrian Kingdom of Teuta (230 - 228 BC)
Adriatic Coast 228 BC 3rd century (English).svg 228 BC Adriatic Coast)
Illyria and Dardania Kingdoms (228 BC) (English).svg 228 BC Illyrian & Dardanian Kingdoms)
Adriatic Coast 230 BC 3rd century (English).svg 230 BC Adriatic Coast)
Illyria and Dardania Kingdoms (230 BC) (English).svg 230 BC Illyrian & Dardanian Kingdoms)
Map of the Kingdom of Teuta of the Ardiaei (English).svg 230-228 BC Teuta's Kingdom)
Map of the territory of Demetrius of Pharos (English).svg 228-220 BC Roman Client state governed by Demetrius of Pharos)
Adriatic Coast 237 BC 3rd century (English).svg 237 BC Adriatic Coast)
Map of the Kingdom of Agron of the Ardiaei (English).svg 250-230 BC Agron's Kingdom)
Illyria and Dardania Kingdoms.png Illyrian kingdoms of Illyria and Dardania (3rd century BC, around 230 BC)
228-220BC-DemetriusofPharos.png Roman Client state governed by Demetrius of Pharos (228 - 220 BC)
[[|border|251x400px]] Illyrian Kingdom of Gentius 181 - 168 BC
Dardania kingdom.png Kingdom of Dardania, 3rd-1st century BC
Map of ancient Dardania and environs (English).svg Ancient Dardania
Dardanian Kingdom (English).svg Dardanian Kingdom in relation to later Roman Provinces
IllyricumAD6RomanConditionofTribes.png Dardani in 6 AD
Roman expansion 264 BC Shepherd.jpg Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of present-day territory of Kosovo
Roman Empire.png The extent of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire;
  133 BC
  44 BC (late Republic, after conquests by republican generals)
  AD 14 (death of Augustus)
  117 (maximum extension)
Roman Legions camps - AD 80.png Camps of the Roman Legions in 80
Romia Imperio.png Map of the Roman Empire in 116
Roman empire.png Roman Empire in 117
RomanDardaniaMoesiaSuperior.jpg Dardania inside the Roman province of Moesia Superior
Roman Dardania part of Moesia Superior part of old map made 1820.jpg Dardania in the Roman province of Moesia Superior from an old 1820 map
Roman Dardania part of Moesia Superior part of old map made 1830.jpg Dardania in the Roman province of Moesia Superior from an old 1830 map
Roman Dardania part of Moesia Superior part of old map made 1865.jpg Dardania in the Roman province of Moesia Superior from an old 1865 map
Tetrarchy map3.jpg Territory of emperor Galerius during the Tetrarchy
Prefecture of Illyricum map.png Prefecture of Illyricum, 4th century
Praetorian Prefectures of the Roman Empire 395 AD.png Prefecture of Illyricum, 4th century
Southeast Europe in the 450s AD.png Prefecture of Illyricum, 4th century
Ancient balkans 4thcentury.png Roman province of Dardania, 4th century
Roman empire 395.jpg Roman Empire divided 395, showing the dioceses and praetorian prefectures of Gaul, Italy, Illyricum and Oriens (east), roughly analogous to the four Tetrarch zones of influence after Diocletian's reforms.
Theodosius I's empire.png The division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
Praevalitana in the Roman Emp.jpg Dardania province in the central Balkans in the Late Roman Empire
Invasions of the Roman Empire 1.png Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Karte völkerwanderung.jpg Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Rome406.jpeg Division of the Roman Empire in 406
628px-Western and Eastern Roman Empires 476AD(3).PNG Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire, c.476
EasternRomanEmpire.png Eastern Roman Empire
Justinien 527-565.svg Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
Justinian Byzanz.png Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
Byzantium550.png Byzantine Empire 550
Dardania and kosovo.png Byzantine province of Dardania in the 6th century
Romanian origins map.PNG Albanians in 5th-10th century
Albania kosovo macedonia 6 8 century.png Ethnic groups in Kosovo, 6th-8th century (according to the historical atlas for schools, published in Belgrade in 1970, representing a view of Yugoslav historians from that time)
Byzantium1025.jpg The Byzantine Empire under Basil II, c. 1025
Map Byzantine Empire 1025-fr.svg Byzantine Empire 1025
Serbia religion 1054 01.png Religion map of the territory of present-day Kosovo in 1054
Byzantiumforecrusades.PNG The Byzantine Empire at the accession of Alexios I Komnenos, c. 1081
Byzantium in 1170(3).PNG Map of the Byzantine Empire under Manuel Komnenos, c.1170.
Manuel'sEmpire.png Byzantine Empire 1180
ShepherdByzempire1265.jpg The region in 1265
ByzantineEmpire1265.svg The region in 1265
Serbia boundaries CIA.jpg Medieval Serbian states
Byzantine empire 1355.jpg The region in 1355
Serbia 1360 en.png Map of the Serbian Empire in 1360 with territory ruled by Branković family
Central balkans 1373 1395.png Realm of Vuk Branković in the 14th century
Realm of Brankovic.png Realm of Vuk Branković in the 14th century
La Serbie du debut du regne de Lazar.jpg Realm of Vuk Branković in the 14th century
Byzantium1400.png The region in 1400
Ottoman small animation.gif Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Meyers b15 s0924a.jpg Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman empire 1481-1683.jpg Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Bosansko krajiste01.png Ottoman territories in 1455
[[|border|251x400px]] Map of the Ottoman Empire 1566
Patriarchate of Peć in the 16th and 17th century.png Patriarchate of Peć (16th-17th century)
Ottoman 1683.png Location of the Ottoman Empire in 1683
OttomanEmpire1801.jpg Map of the Ottoman Empire 1801
Balkans1912.jpg Balkans after 1856
Kosovo02.png Vilayet of Kosovo 1858-1878
Sanjak of Novibazar.png Sanjak of Novibazar 1878
Albanski vilajet.png Albanian vilayet, proposed by the League of Prizren in 1878
Albanian vilayet.jpg Albanian vilayet, proposed by the League of Prizren in 1878
League of Prizren.jpg Albanian vilayet, proposed by the League of Prizren in 1878
Kosovo03.png Vilayet of Kosovo 1881-1912
Osmanu-vilajeti-kosova.svg Vilayet of Kosovo in 1900
Balkans at 1905.jpg Vilayet of Kosovo in 1905
Kosovo Vilayet 1905.jpg Vilayet of Kosovo in 1905
Srpska osvajanja 1912.png Serbian conquest in 1912
Serbia1913.png Kingdom of Serbia in 1913
Mapa Srbije 1913 god.PNG Kingdom of Serbia in 1913
Serbia-WW1-3.jpg Kosovo in World War I
Serbia1918.png Kingdom of Serbia in 1918, inclusive Kosovo
[[|border|251x400px]] After World War I, Serbia became in 1918 part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, renamed into Yugoslavia in 1929. This is a map of Yugoslavia in 1930
Kosovo 1941.png Kosovo in 1941
Map of Kosovo during WW II.png Kosovo in 1941
Fascist occupation of yugoslavia.png Kosovo in 1941
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1941-43.png Kosovo in 1941
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1943-44.png Kosovo in 1943
Yugoslavia 1941.png Kosovo in 1941
Western Balkans 1942.2008.png Kosovo in 1941-1942
Map of Albania during WWII.png Albania in 1941 (including most of Kosovo)
GranAlbania1941.svg Albania in 1941 (including most of Kosovo)
SAP Kosovo.png Kosovo in Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia map sr.svg Kosovo in Yugoslavia
Jugo kort.jpg Kosovo in Yugoslavia
Jugoslavia-kart.png Kosovo in Yugoslavia
Yugo template.png Kosovo in Yugoslavia
Republiken Jugoslawiens 1945-1991.png Kosovo in Yugoslavia
Breakup of Yugoslavia.gif An animated series of maps showing the breakup of the second Yugoslavia
Former Yugoslavia durning war.svg Wartime 1991
Former Yugoslavia wartime.png Wartime 1992
Former Yugoslavia 2006.png Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders
Scg01.png After the secession of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, Serbia (with Kosovo) and Montenegro continued as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, renamed in 2003 into Serbia and Montenegro
Scg02.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
SerbiaMontenegro-Serbia.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
State of balkania.png State of Balkania (proposed by Adem Demaçi in 1993)
Balkans05.png Central Balkans in 1998.
Kosovo damaged settlements.gif Damaged Albanian settlements in Kosovo 1998-1999
Kosovo refugees 1999.gif Kosovar refugees, april 1999
Kosovo internally displaced persons.gif Significant internally displaced persons encampments in Kosovo in 1999
Operation Horseshoe.jpg Map of the Operation Horseshoe, alleged Yugoslav plan to expel the Albanian population of Kosovo
Kosovo uranium NATO bombing1999.png Sites in Kosovo where NATO aviation used forbidden munition with depleted uranium during 1999 bombing
Serbia and Montenegro map from CIA World Factbook, circa 2005.png Map of Serbia and Montenegro
LocationSerbiaAndMontenegro.png Location of the FR of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) before dissolution
Kosovo in the region.png Kosovo in Serbia and Montenegro
KFOR Sectors 2002.jpg KFOR Districts
UNMIK map.png UNMIK map of Kosovo
Balkans2010.png Central Balkans in 2010 (de facto situation). Note: Serbia does not recognizing Independence of Kosovo.
Zajednica srpskih opstina.png Association of Serb municipalities (2013).

Ethnic and religion maps

Albania-ethnique1898.jpg Ethnic map in 1898
EthnicAlbania1911.jpg Ethnic map in 1911
Ethnic Kosovo 1911.gif Ethnic map in 1911
Distribution of Races on the Balkans in 1923.jpg Ethnic map of the Balkans (1923)
Kosovo ethnic 1961.png Ethnic map in 1961
SRB - KiM - ES N 1961.GIF Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1961
SRB - KiM - ES N 1961 2.GIF Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1961
SRB - KiM - US N 1961.GIF Share of Serbs on Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1961
SRB - KiM - ES N 1971.GIF Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1971
SRB - KiM - ES N 1971 2.gif Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1971
SRB - KiM - UA N 1971.gif Share of Albanians on Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1971
SRB - KiM - ES N 1981.gif Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1981
SRB - KiM - ES N 1981 2.GIF Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1981
SRB - KiM - UA N 1981.GIF Share of Albanians on Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1981
SRB - KiM - ES N 1991 1.GIF Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1991
SRB - KiM - ES N 1991 2.GIF Ethnic structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1991
KiM - Verski sastav po naseljima 1991.gif Religious structure Kosovo and Metohija by settlements 1991
Yugoslavia ethnic map.jpg Ethnic map in 1991
Bevoelkerungsgruppen-Jugoslawien.png Ethnic map in 1991
Kosovo ethnic.png Ethnic map in 1991
Kosovo ethnic 2005.png Ethnic map in 2005
Kosovo ethnic map 2005-de.svg Ethnic map in 2005
AlbaniansOutsideAlbania.png Albanian population in Kosovo in 2005
Kosovo Roma.PNG Roma population in Kosovo in 2005
Gora Region between Kosovo and Albania.png Gora Region between Kosovo and Albania

Divisions of Kosovo

Regions of Kosovo 2008.png Regions of Kosovo
KosovoCities.png Districts of Kosovo
002006 Kumunat e Kosovës NR.PNG Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo admin.svg Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo adm small 98.jpg Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo political.jpg Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo municipalities.svg Municipalities of Kosovo
Municipalities of Kosovo 2008-2.png Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo Blank Map.svg Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo location map.svg Municipalities of Kosovo
Kosovo-Municipalities.png Cities and towns of Kosovo
North Kosovo.png North Kosovo


International recognition

CountriesRecognizingKosovo.png States which have officially recognized independent Kosovo (map changes requently) (also available as SVG: Image:CountriesRecognizingKosovo.svg)
Kosovo relations.svg An interpretation of international recognition (map changes frequently) (also available as PNG: Image:Kosovo_relations.png)
Kosovo relations2.svg A different interpretation of international recognition (map changes frequently) (also available as PNG: Image:Kosovo_relations2.png)

Albanian context of Kosovo

Storalbanien.gif Proposition of an ethnically accurate Albanian state

Serbian context of Kosovo

The position of Kosovo within Serbia.PNG Kosovo within Serbia, see also Atlas of Serbia
Map of Serbia (Kosovo and Metohija).PNG Kosovo and Metohija within Serbia (in Serbian)
M kosovo02.png Serbian divisions in Kosovo and Metohija
Serbia boundaries CIA.jpg Kosovo in a Serbia context
Serbia ethnic02.png Ethnic map of Serbia
Serbia lsv.png Federalized Serbia (proposed by the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina in 1999)
Serbia dss.png New regions in Serbia (proposed by the Democratic Party of Serbia in 2002)
M serbia06.png New administrative divisions (regions) of Serbia (proposed by the League For Šumadija in 2004)

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