A land of beauty
Albania is surrounded by natural beauties, and when you visit it, you will surely wonder: why are we hearing about this country just now?
Albania suffered a long period of closure during the communist regime, until 1991, and for this reason, it was not very popular. But now that that period is long gone, Albania is finally disclosing and displaying what has always been there: forgotten archaeological sites, villages where time seems to have stopped, historical monuments of the Roman and Ottoman empire, mesmerizing beaches of the southern coast which are often found and featured in some of the most prestigious guides and magazines, like Lonely Planet, The New York Times, etc..
Albania is in southeastern Europe, west of the Balkan Peninsula, with an area of 28,748 km2, borderline length of 1,094 km, of which 657 km is land border, 316 km coastline, 48 km demarcation of rivers and 73 km demarcation of lakes.
Albania is bordered by Greece to the South and Southeast, Montenegro to the North and Italy to the West, divided by the Adriatic and Ionian Sea, Macedonia to the East and Kosovo to the Northeast, which is the second state in the Balkan region with the largest Albanian population.
Tirana is the heart of Albania, its capital, where hopes and dreams of this little country grow more and more every day, together with welfare and unhindered recreation. The center of this city, characterized by high skyscrapers and old painted buildings; the boulevards adorned with Ottoman ruins and bunkers of the communist regime set back in time, ready to be photographed.
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