history of Kosovo
A brief overview Kosovo and Matuhia, the two central regions of twelve-year-old Serbia, have been the very essence of Serbia’s spiritual, cultural identity and state since the Middle Ages. Kosovo’s fertile and Kalymn planes are reaching lighter climatic and aquatic resources, with high mountain ranges adjacent to Al Albania as a result of high achievements in all sectors in medieval Serbia.
The cultural and demographic power of the Serbs
is better represented than the 1,500 monuments of Serbian culture that have been identified so far. There were several elderly families living in the region, such as Bronkovich, Herbaljanovich, Music, Wozniak, some of whom were disadvantaged by Serbian families.
Throughout Kosovo there were a large number of great fortresses running through their walls with rich species. He was also meeting with the nobility and centers of Serbia where important political and other decisions have been made, and foreign ambassadors and guests of senior foreign ruling families have also attended the special. Some of the most famous medieval castles are: S’Arcen, Pony, Nerodimalaja, Stuttelje and many others. For example, in S’Arcan,
the famous Serbian emperor Dusan was first made king in 1331, and Ponyi, famous for its beauty, was King Milton’s favorite place. In Pune, in 1342, Dusan, the Emperor of Serbia, acquired Juan VI VI Kanta Kozin, who was then a contender for the Byzantine throne. Above the palace was Steven Dickensky’s favorite residence, Nerodimlja, with Patrick’s castle. It is in Stammie Fort that King Eros issued his charges. In the Ribnak near the Persians, there were the castles of Dusan and Eros, the Serbian emperors.
The aristocracy and minority of Serbia built hundreds of small chapels and dozens of monumental Christian monasteries in the region. Some of them have been preserved to date, such as Peارk’s Patriarchy (Serbia since Patriarchate’s 1346), Dikani, Cynical, Bogorodika Lijewska, Banjska, Swazi Arhandjeli near Parzarin and others. Serbia’s
churches and monasteries have been for centuries the owners of large complexes of fertile land. Matthias, the name derives from the Greek word mito, which means church land. Highly developed economic life was an integral part of a high level of civilization gained in medieval Serbia. For example, Perzin was a famous economic and
commercial center, with silk making, fine crafts, and numerous settlements where traders from Kotar and Dubrovnik owned houses, and in the 14th century, Prasin was the center of the consulate from Dubrovnik. The whole of Serbia. And many other trade centers, such as Pristina, PEC, Hokka, Viktorin, testify to the strong growth of advanced economic life in these regions. Famous mining centers were Trepaca,
Novo Bordeaux and Genjio, of which in the 15th century Novo Bordeaux became one of the most important mining centers in the Balkans. Silver and gold were exported in large quantities to major European centers. The medieval Serbian society in this sense was consistent with European socioeconomic, cultural and cultural developments, more closely linked in Europe then analyzed from a later point of view.
The Turkish invasion meant a fatal turning point in the history of Serbia in the second half of the 15th century. As history has known, Turkey’s progress towards Europe was a slow process. In the famous war of Kosovo in 1389, Prince Lazar Herbaljanovich and the chiefs of Serbia made every effort to prevent the Turkish invasion of Eastern Europe. It was not only the collision of two armies led by their ruler Serbia Prince Lazar and the Turkish Sultan Murad (who were both killed in the battle of Kosovo),
but also a clash of two civilizations, one Christian and European and the other Islamic and Asian Later, in Serbia’s national conscience, the battle of Kosovo gained the secret dimension of an important historical event, which greatly affected the fate of the entire Serbian nation. The epic poems of Serbia are very credible and the circle of poems quoted in Kosovo is a pearl of this treasure, and the people of Serbia receive moral and psychological support during the centuries of slavery under the Turks until the 19th century.