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Atelier Albania announces international competition on “Osumi Island” in Berat
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Atelier Albania announces international competition on “Osumi Island” in Berat

With the request of Berat Municipality and with the approval of the Prime Minister’s office, Atelier Albania announced the international competition for “searching through projecting”, which invites all interested companies to propose the panoramic development of Osumi island in Berat and to find manners in being elastic and renewable towards natural phenomena, by using the...

Albanian Fund for Development restores the Bridge of Gjorica, in Berat
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Albanian Fund for Development restores the Bridge of Gjorica, in Berat

Albanian Fund of Development has invested 20 ml ALL for the Bridge of Gjorica restoration, located in Berat County. The bridge of Gjorica is a first category culture monument, about 3 centuries old. The restoration process finalized in past days, and consists in the preservation of monument’s ancient tracks and values. The intervention lasted about...

Ohrid-Prespa certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Inter-Border Reserve
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Ohrid-Prespa certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Inter-Border Reserve

Ohrid-Prespa basin was certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Inter-Border Reserve in a special ceremony, attended by the Albanian Minister of Environment and his Macedonian counterpart, the deputy PM Niko Peleshi, representatives of UNESCO and other local government officials. The Albanian Minister of Environment, Lefter Koka, received by UNESCO the certificate of this protected area...

Six years ago, Berati was inclused in the Unesco list
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Six years ago, Berati was inclused in the Unesco list

June 8th is a very important date for Berat city. Exactly six years ago the city was included in the prestigious world heritage list of Unesco on 8th July 2008. Many local authorities, citizens and visitors celebrated the sixth anniversary of city’s inclusion in the world heritage list. The Regional Directory of National Culture held...