Kosovo does not provide citizenship by birth. The child gets the citizenship of the country when at least one of their parent is a citizen of Kosovo.
The name “Kosovo” derives from the name of a place in Serbia meaning “field of blackbirds”.
About 40% of the country is covered by forest. Majority of the trees in the forest are oak and pines.
Kosovo is in Southeastern Europe, with a population of 1.81 million people. Its capital is Pristina, and their currency is Euro. The official languages in Kosovo are Albanian and Serbian.
They celebrate many holidays including:
- New Year’s Day (Jan 1)
- Day after New Year’s Day (Jan 2)
- Orthodox Christmas (Jan 7)
- Independence Day (Feb 17)
- Catholic Easter Monday (Date Varies)
- Constitution Day (Apr 9)
- Labor Day (May 1)
- Orthodox Easter Day (Date Varies)
- Orthodox Easter Monday (Date Varies)
- Europe Day (May 9)
- Eid ul-Fitr (Date Varies)
- Eid ul-Adha (Date Varies)
- Catholic Christmas (Dec 25)