The role of Kosovo in littoralisation processes around the Adriatic and the Aegean
There is no evidence that Kosovo rivers have ever been navigable, but river valleys have played a role as a road artery in the concentration of social and economic activities in coastal areas, namely in the processes of literalization.
Due to its position, Kosovo is bridge between the seashores and continent within the Mediterranean basin in the part of southeastern Europe.
Kosovo with its rivers mostly belongs to the Black Sea watershed, but in this paper will be emphasized the relations to the Adriatic and Aegean area due to the close distance and specific social, economic, cultural links extended in these spaces throughout history.
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