The 25 kilometres long Rugova Canyon of the river Pecka Bistrica is known as the Kosovo's most prominent geological feature. It stretches from the city Peć (Peja) towards the Montenegro border and was declared as a Protected National Monument in the year 1988. It is surrounded by the mountains Hajla, Shtedim, Lumbardh and Kopranik.
At about 12 km from Pec (Peja) there is the Great Canyon Cave System of about 12'000 meters in length and still not explored to the end.
Yugoslavia 1986, Rugova Canyon.
Yugoslavia 1981, Rugova Canyon.
The stamp was issued in the series "Nature Pretection".
Kosovo 2010, mountain lake in the Rugova Canyon.
The stamp was issued in the series "National Parks".
Kosovo 2011, Great Canyon Cave System in the Ruguva Canyon.
Kosovo 2013, Rugova Canyon
Kosovo 2014 View from the city Peć (Peja) towards the Rugova Canyon.
Pećka Bistrica River in the Rugova Canyon.
The stamp was issued in the series "Rivers and Streams".