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Op/Ed: Gjirokaster Folklore Festival
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Op/Ed: Gjirokaster Folklore Festival

This is not an original article of invest-in-albania.org. The original article was written by Nick St. Oegger and published at Stoeggerphotography.com. Photos are captured by Nick St Oegger. The Gjirokaster National Folklore Festival (Festivali Folklorik Kombëtar i Gjirokastrës) is one of Albania’s most important cultural events, held every five years atop Gjirokaster’s ancient fortress. The...

Five historical and touristic spots to visit in Kruja city
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Five historical and touristic spots to visit in Kruja city

The historical city of Kruja is situated about 35 km away from Tirana capital and is one of the centers of cultural and historic touristic spot in country. Located at an altitude of 608 meters above the sea level, Kruja is also called the “white city” since from the city you can see the Adriatic...

Men from Has kept the Albanian tradition of bread baking
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Men from Has kept the Albanian tradition of bread baking

If you think that baking bread at home has already vanished nowadays, think twice. This early ottoman tradition of homemade bread still exists in Balkans, at least in the Has region of Albania, where you can be certified about your bread-making skills. Pellumb Peka is a successful Albanian owner of a bakery in this city,...