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It is the administrative center of the homonymous municipality and district. The city has a majority Albanian 2kf bitcoin value, alongside other smaller communities.

During the Paleolithic Age, what is now the area of Pristina was envolved by the Vinča culture. Pristina was home to several Illyrian and Roman people at the classical times. When the Ottomans conquered the Balkan peninsula, Pristina was an important mining and trading center due to its strategic position near the rich mining town of Novo Brdo. The city was known for its trade fairs and items, such as goatskin and goat hair as well as gunpowder. The capital city, Pristina is the heart of Kosovo due to its central location and its importance in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts, international trade, education, service, research and healthcare. Almost all domestic and foreign companies, media and scientific institutions have headquarters in the city. Ruins of Ulpiana situated south-east of Pristina.

The city played an important role in the development of one of the most important cities in Dardania. The earliest traces of human life in the area date from the Paleolithic period, with further traces in the Mesolithic and Neolithic. The area what is now Pristina has been inhabited for nearly 10,000 years. Early Neolithic findings were discovered dating as far back as the 8th century BC, in the areas surrounding Pristina, which includes Matiçan, Gracanica and Ulpiana. After the Roman conquest of Illyria in 168 BC, Romans colonized and founded several cities in the region which they named Dardania.

Pristina was an important town in Medieval Serbia. Sitnica and Lipljan, which had territory around present-day Pristina, are mentioned in Life of Saint Simeon, a text written by the Serbian historical figure Saint Sava between 1201 and 1208. The first historical record mentioning Pristina by its name dates back to 1342 when the Byzantine Emperor John VI Kantakouzenos described Pristina as a ‘village’. In the early Ottoman era, Islam was an urban phenomenon and only spread slowly with increasing urbanization.