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Hello,

Just when I thought I was done researching travel to Yugoslavia, I was reading Lonely Planet and stumbled upon the destination Prizren, Kosovo. All of you know by now that I like at least decently-preserved and architecturally interesting historic towns and/or cities with café culture, cobblestone streets, ambiance and etc, so do you think I would enjoy Prizren or is this not the kind of place for tourists like myself?

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