Albania

Albania flagAlbania is a small nation in southeastern Europe. The land is roofed by many mountains. Albania is bordered by the Adriatic Sea on the west and by Serbia and Montenegro on the north and northeast. Macedonia lies to the east and Greece lies to the southeast and south.Tiranë is the capital and largest metropolis of Albania.

The individuals of Albania belong to 2 teams, the Ghegs and the Tosks. Most Ghegs reside north of the Shkumbin River, and most Tosks reside south of the river.

Albania has fewer industries than different European nations. Most of Albania’s individuals stay on farms or in nation villages. The farms are often situated on flatland close to the Adriatic Sea. Prior to now, the federal government owned all of the farms. At the moment, a lot of the land is owned by people. Some individuals who stay alongside the Adriatic Sea fish for a dwelling. Many Albanians depart the nation to seek out work.

Albania mapAlbania has many mineral deposits in its land. Mining is the nation’s most important business.

Throughout its historical past, Albania was invaded many occasions and dominated by many empires. Within the 1400’s, it turned a part of the Ottoman Empire. That empire started in what’s now Turkey. Albania gained its independence from the Ottomans in 1912.

From 1944 to 1990, Albania was a Communist nation. Communism is a system during which all property and companies are owned by the federal government and shared equally by the individuals. Within the early 1990’s, the Communists misplaced management of Albania.

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One Response to Albania

  1. Elena says:

    Albania is truly a beautiful country in Eastern Europe. People are very nice and friendly, food is amazing, and the nature is breathtaking. Prices are still very affordable. It is the country to visit!

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