Pristina has undergone major changes since the post-war period. It has been built and is being built continuously, while the old areas of the city have also become part of this process.
But what is worrying for the residents of the capital is that its infrastructure is very poor.
Poor quality roads and asphalt, rough constructions without any proper criteria are part of almost every neighborhood of the capital.
Such is the Tophane neighborhood.
It with narrow streets, with houses ‘adjacent’ to each other and now even with tall buildings, seems to suffocate its inhabitants.
And to put the lid on, there are also power wires, placed everywhere in the pillars of this neighborhood.