The mosque was built in 1502 and named after the Ottoman Turkish Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror (Sulltan Mehmet Fatihu). Closed by the Communist authorities, it became a cultural monument in 1973.
Address: Rruga Xhamia, Durres, Albania
It was founded in 1950 by a professional group of actors, and has been located in the same building for more than 65 years, an interesting historical and symbolic fact. Prior to World War II it served as the Albanian Parliament, but in the 1950s it became a lovely place for entertaining children.
Shtamë Pass National Park resides in the edge mountains Albania’s north of Tirana, about 25 kilometers east of Kruja. It is named after the Qafë-Shtamë passage. It has an area of 2000 acres, with a beautiful mountain scenery, some small lakes and major sources consisting mainly of pine forests. The national park was founded in […]
Capable of holding up 1,500 people, Moscow was opened in 2014 and represents the very epitome of contemporary Albanian hedonism.
Situated in the main square is a stone monument depicting two young women standing heroically with nooses around their necks. The Monument pays tribute to two teenage girls, Bule Naipi and Persefoni Kokëdhima, who were partisans during World War II and were hanged by the Nazis in 1944.
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