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:

It has no world heritage site, but has two national parks:

  1. Bjeshkët e Nemuna National Park
  2. Sharr Mountains National Park

Want to learn more? Check out Kosovo’s tourism website

Also check out the National Gallery of Kosovo and the Kosovo Museum.

Fun activities to do

To download the flag and map:

  1. Click on the image
  2. Right-click and select Save Image As…

Also try making a postcard and it’s stamp! Try filling in your suitcase for the trip!