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My photos are all from Tirana, the capital city of Albania. I'm trying to show the dynamic of this city and its huge transformation in the recent years.
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si mund te shtoj dhe une ne http://www.panoramio.com/photofotot qe kab bere

beautiful captured, my friend - well done!

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cheers from Budapest

Krahun e djathte banoj ne kete pallat perball pallatit jeshil.....

This is Hotel Orkidea

po kjo eshte provokim i nderuar,provo ti ngri flamurin shiptar ne gumenice.po ta lidhin per gurrmazi e te varin me te.pra edhe ju qe keni bere kete duheni varur me ate flamur.

I'm sure. When do you zoom in the Google map, there you will see a rectangular fence and inside the circular rotunda. And I know it personally, it's on the right Osumi bank on the roadside. (The mark in the map is from me - Wikimapia). Greetings from Czech Republic, Petr.

The problem is that with the reestablishment of Greece, it was decided that anyone who is Orthodox and the Greek culture professes, is Greek. If one goes back even further, one can still draw on the theory of the Pelasgians, which says the Greeks and Illyrians descended from the same root. If Illyrians and Albanians are really related. To the name Marko I'm not saying much. However, this is not necessarily a proof that he was Catholic. The theory that he was from Montenegro, I hear for the first time. I know the village where he was from and this is in Greece. But in a region that was populated Greek and Albanian. Also the Suliotes all were ethnic Albanian, I would deny, for I myself come from this region and my region is completely Greek speaking. There is no assimilation took place, as you called it. So there was quite such and such. Toward the end, must be said that Christians, no matter what language they used, saw themselves as a common group. There is difference between ethnic greek oder albanian or in the nationality greek or albanian. And that was in the 19. century not a problem how today. You understand what i mean?

I know. At that time it was under construction.

Foto Xhavella was an Arvanite too. Xhavella is an Albanian surname.

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