Prizren is a historic city located in Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the eponymous municipality and district. The city has a population of around 178,000 (2011 census preliminary results), making it the second largest city in Kosovo. The residents of Prizren are mostly ethnic Albanians. Prizren is located on the slopes of the Šar Mountains in the southern part of Republic of Kosovo The municipality has a border with Albania and the Republic of Macedonia
List of mountains in Kosovo shows some of the vast number of mountains of Kosovo. Most of Kosovo is covered with medium-high to high mountains. Mountains of Kosovo belong to Dinarides range. The Plain of Kosovo is on average 550 m (1,804 ft) above the sea level and the Plain of Metohija is on average 450 m (1,476 ft) high. The Dinaric Alps in the east and the Šar Mountains in the south are home to the highest peaks in Kosovo rising well over 2,000 m (6,562 ft). The only mountain in the north higher than 2,000 m (6,562 ft) is Kopaonik which rises to 2,017 m (6,617 ft).
The mountains make some unusual landscapes like the Rugova Canyon and the Kačanik Gorge. There are alpine and glacier lakes located in most of the mountains.
The White Drin is a river in Kosovo and northern Albania, a 175-kilometre (109 mi)-long headstream of the Drin. The Kosovar section of the White Drin flows entirely in the semi-karst Metohijan part of Kosovo, in an arc-shaped 156-kilometre (97 mi)-long course. The river originates in the southern slopes of the Žljeb mountain, north of the town ofPeć. The stream is originally a sinking river which eventually springs out from the strong well and falls down as a 25-metre (82 ft)-high waterfall named the White Drin Waterfall near the village of Radovac.
Pristina, also spelled Prishtina is the capital and largest city of Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the homonymous municipality and district Preliminary results of the 2011 census put the population of Pristina at 198,000.. The city has a majority Albanian population, alongside other smaller communities including Bosniaks, Romani and others. It is the administrative, educational, and cultural center of Kosovo. The city is home to the University of Pristina and is served by the Pristina International Airport.