The city of Mitrovica is a microcosm, characteristic of the situation in the entire Kosovo. Once one of the richest cities in the former Yugoslavia, it is now a city divided into two parallel worlds by the river Ibar. The Serbs live in the northern part of the city and the Albanians in the south. The bridges over the Ibar, which earlier connected the two parts of the city, now constitute a border.
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