Packard Humanitarian Foundation-KCHP and Cultural Heritage without Borders-Sweden. Final Report Regarding the Restoration Work of the Hadum Mosque in Gjakova, Kosava, 2003-2005. Report. ca. 2006.
This final report details results of the renovation of the Hadum Mosque, severely damaged in 1999 when all other buildings in the mosque complex were destroyed during fighting in the region. According to the report, the restoration was intended to
contribute to the preservation of the multi-religious
built heritage of Kosovo" by preserving "a civic symbol of Gjakova... restoring the
exterior and the yard of the mosque according to international conservation and
The restoration consisted of 12 discreet tasks:
and reconstruction of minaret;
conservation of the walls, columns, window frames and doorframe stones;
conservation in the portico;
of the praying hall cupola;
of the portico stone cornice;
with the purpose to decrease the humidity in the foundation and stone walls;
all around the mosque;
8. Paths and
pavement around the mosque;
9. New floor
brick tiles in the portico;
of the entrance door to the praying hall and production of new doors in the
of the yard and the surrounding walls;
program and seminars on the site.
The report contains 4 pages of photographs and 14 drawings that include plans, elevations, and sections.