Ulpiana is an ancient Roman city located in modern-day Kosovo. The city was first mentioned in sources from the 2nd century AD, but it played an important role in the Roman province of Dardania. It served as a stop where the emperor could stop and have a break while out on his journeys.
Some ruins are still visible today. Sections of the walls surrounding the city remain together with foundations and walls of the buildings. To the north of the city are the remains of the city's necropolis and to the south are the remains of the basilica.