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Orikum lagoon

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Haxhi Ali cave

Haxhi Ali Cave is situated in Karaburun Peninsula. Located in a cliff, it is the biggest coastal cave in Albania at 30 meters long, 10 meters wide and 10-15 meters high. Haxhi Ali was a sailor from the costal town of Ulcinj. 

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Lepenica Cave

Lepenica Cave is situated on the mountain and village of the same name, which has a height of 800 meters above the sea level. Pictures found in this cave represent post-Paleolithic art, which is known as the oldest in all Europe. In the cave there are found 19 anthropomorphic figures and 8 geometrical pictures.

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Pine flag

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Hebrews Street

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Justin Godart Street

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Monumental tomb of Ismail Kemal

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Illyrian city of Amantia

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The ancient city of Orikum

Orikum (Orikos) is today a small coastal town , but with e very rich history . Located in southwest Albania, about 40 km south of the archaeological site of Apollonia. According to Pliny, colonists from Colchis established the city of Orikum. Its geographical position made it an important harbor and a trading center on the Adriatic coast. Orikum was important to military as well. It was used by the Romans as a defensive base in the wars against the Illyrians as well as in the 3rd century BCE against the Macedonians, who later occupied it in 214 BCE.

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Gjon Bocari castle

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