Education Portal – Kulla Conservation in Kosovo
The great stone house known as the kulla is disappearing from Kosovo. Many of these traditional homes were damaged beyond repair during the Kosovo conflict and others have been neglected past the point of use. Conservation is now crucial to preserving the country’s architectural cultural heritage and authenticity.
From serious scholars to interested travelers, this collection of materials offers a valuable education for all.
KULLAS IN KOSOVO – GENERAL INFORMATION
- Fejaz Drançolli, Kulla shqiptare. Prishtinë: Grafika Rezniqui, 2001 [Albanian].
REPORTS AND DOCUMENTATION
- Jeta Limani, Kulla of Mazrekaj family in Dranoc. CHwB 2007.
- Dukagjin Kastrati, Maintenance Plan for Kulla e Mazrekaj. CHwB, 2004.
- Sahar Rassam, Kulla. A Traditional Albanian House Type in Kosovo. Presented at: UNESCO-ICOMOS World Millenium Congress, Paris, 10-12 September 2001.
- Database of Cultural Heritage of Kosovo
- List of cultural heritage under temporary protection (01.10.2014-10.10.2015)
- List of cultural heritage under temporary protection (10.10.2015-10.10.2016)
- Bernard M. Feilden and Jukka Jokilehto, Management Guidelines for World Heritage Sites. ICOMOS, ICCROM, 1998.
- National Trust for Historic Preservation, USA
- ICOMOS Charter of cultural tourism, November 1976
- Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean. Contributions to the Istanbul Congress, 20-24 September 2010. Edited by Christina Rozeik, Roy Ashok, David Saunders. London: International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 2010.
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