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Katedrale Nënë Tereza, Pristina

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Church · Tourist Spot
Honoring one of the world's most famous missionaries, Katedrale Nënë Tereza is designed to be among the largest buildings in Pristina. Dedicated in 2010, the Roman Catholic cathedral celebrates the life of Mother Teresa, the nun known for helping the poor in Calcutta, India. Parts of the building remain under construction. Located in the center of the city, the cathedral has robust features, high ceilings, and tall pillars in the inner sections. View its blue, red, and yellow stained-glass windows and marble altar. Climb the observational tower for panoramic views of the city. PutKatedrale Nënë Tereza into our Pristina tour itinerary tool and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This is a modern attempt to create a medieval cathedral. It is less than a decade old, and was built to honor Mother Teresa, but the stained glass windows are all about local klan families; most of...  more »
  • The best place to see the view of the city, either in the morning or at night, well restored in and outside the building, worth of a visit!!!  more »
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  • Place is the must if you visiting Pristine. In any case you don’t have a lot of places to visit. The cathedral Mother Teresa is a brand new building finished at 2017. It was build for almost 10 years. It has very simple interior and is not finished at all. The stained glasses are very interesting. And are the one of the hallmarks of the church. I’ll definitely come back again next time when I come in Pristine.
  • Great church. It is done very well considering it only a few year old. A great place to sit and reflect. You can also go up the tower for only a euro. It’s a lift so you don’t feel like you need an oxygen tank when you reach the top like some towers.

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