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Historical Sites

The ancient town of Albanopolis The ancient town of Albanopolis is located in the vicinity of the modern town of Kruja. It was thought that the Illyrian castle of Zgërdhesh might actually be the site of the ancient city, Albanopolis, capital of...
Grezhdani Castle Grezhdani Castle is located 11 km southeast of the town of Peshkopia, not far from the village of Maqellare.The castle dates back to the 4th century CE, during the late Roman period. During the Middle Ages, it...
Kamenica Tumulus The Tumulus of Kamenica is located in the village with the same name, on the national road from Korça to Erseka. It is one of the most representative monuments of Albania prehistory. It is the largest monument of...
The Ancient city of Antigonea Antigonea was an ancient city built in the third century BC . Its ruins are located in Albania, 14 kilometers from the town of Gjirokastra . It was a short-lived town that lived approximately 150 years. City...
The Towers of Mic Sokoli and Sali Mani The Towers of Mic Sokoli and Sali Mani are two traditional towers located in the village of Bujan, a few kilometers south of Bajram Curri. The village of Bujan has been mentioned as a dwelling place since the 14th...
Castle of Petrela Petrelë Castle  is a castle in Petrelë, central Albania. Its history dates back to Justinian I. The castle of Petrelë has a rich history, containing a tower which was built in the 6th century AD. It is one of the...
The Bazaar of Kruja The Bazaar of Kruja has been protected since 1961 CE, preserving the rich characteristics of traditional Albanian markets of the 18th - 19th centuries CE. The market of Kruja covers a wide area, stretching from the...
Epidamnos Epidamnos was involved in the Peloponnesian War. During Roman times the name was changed to Dyrrachium. The war led to many political and architectural changes in the city. Trade with the Illyrians flourished...

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