Peja, Kosovo's second largest City
The Haxhi Zeka Mill, built in the 19th century as an industrial building used for practical needs of the period. Construction work was performed by Haxhi Zeka with help of the Austro-Hungarian Government, and continued by his nephew Jashar Pasha after he died. Apart from the mill, originally powered by water but later by electricity, there was a three-floor tower, in inn, mill depots and animal shed. It was later used as a school kitchen and on 25 March 1981 proclaimed as the Museum of Mill Industrial Development of Kosovo. However, in 1988 the Serbian government destroyed it and during the 1998-1999 war, the mill was burned down by the Serbs; however, it was restored in 2004.