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  • Diogo Santos
  • Miguel Pereira



Problems of Albânia


Main tourist attractions

Political System


Language and currecy

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About the country


History of Albania

Albania is a Balkan country with pristine beaches, mountainous landscapes, traditional cuisine, archaeological artifacts, unique traditions, low prices and the wild atmosphere of the countryside. It is one of the sunniest countries in Europe. The country has an extensive archaeological heritage; it was part of Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire until its first declaration of independence in 1912, becoming a kingdom and then a communist dictatorship before becoming a democratic republic. Albania is one of the few Muslim-majority nations in Europe.

Albania is a country in Europe located on the Balkan peninsula, bathed by the Adriatic Sea to the west. It has a predominantly Mediterranean climate and rugged terrain, with the presence of large mountains in the eastern portion, which conditions the concentration of the population in the opposite areas.

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Symbol of Albânia

Flag of Albânia


The official language of Albania is Albanian, although several other languages ​​are spoken in the country. There is even regional variation in relation to the mother tongue: the Gheg dialect is spoken in the north of the territory, while the Tosk dialect is spoken in the south.

The currency code for Albanian Leke is ALL. The currency symbol is L.


Tirana, the capital of Albania, is one of the least visited European capitals. It is understood: the country is not on the radar of most travelers and, truth be told, Tirana is not one of the most attractive cities in Europe. Still, I found Tirana to be a vibrant city, with lots of people on the streets and a social life around cafes – a very Mediterranean thing – quite intense, which I liked. The same kind of atmosphere I felt in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo. Touristically speaking, everything revolves around Skanderbeg Square and the tree-lined Shëtitorja Murat Toptani pedestrian street, an ideal area for walking without a pre-defined itinerary.



Potitical System

Albania has a unitary parliamentary republic is a unitary state with a republican form of government in which political power is vested in and entrusted to parliament with the confidence of its electorate.In Albania, the head of state is the president, who is elected by the Kuvendi Popullor, or People's Assembly. Most of the 155 members of the People's Assembly are elected by Albanians in elections held every five years. The president is assisted by a council of ministers, appointed by him.

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Main tourist attractions

The main attractions in Albania are Lekuresi Castle, a castle, Bunkart, a place with many arts, The Blue Eye which is a beautifull natural reserve, Ksamil, a beach and Lekuresi Castle which is a mosque.

In Albania, the cuisine seems to be appetizing, there are several foods such as Mish Shqeto (lamb with parsley), Tavë me presh (leek pie with ground beef), Tavë me presh (leek pie with ground beef) and Çomlek (stewed rabbit).



Albania will have the third largest diaspora in the world, after Bosnia-Herzegovina and French Guiana. Why? And what are the consequences? In search of answers, Euronews journalist Julián López Gómez went to Kukës, a small town in the north of the Balkan country and one of the regions most affected by the enormous rate of emigration. Kukës has been described by some as a "ghost town". Up to 40% of its population has emigrated since the fall of communism in 1991. Even those who have returned are willing to leave again. This is the case of Lul Nerguti, who left Albania at the age of 20, settled in the United Kingdom and obtained a British passport. When her mother fell ill, she returned and invested in building materials. Your business is almost bankrupt. He claims not to have received any orders in eight months.