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  1. 6 days ago · See why. (January 2022) Albanian ( endonym: shqip [ʃcip] ⓘ or gjuha shqipe [ˈɟuha ˈʃcipɛ]) is an Indo-European language and the only surviving representative of its own branch, which belongs to the Paleo-Balkan group. [9]

    • Proto-Albanian Language

      Proto-Albanian is the ancestral reconstructed language of...

    • Istrian

      Istrian Albanian was a Gheg variety of the Albanian...

    • Gheg Albanian

      Gheg (also spelled Geg; Gheg Albanian: gegnishtja, Standard...

  2. 2 days ago · A short-lived monarchical state known as the Principality of Albania (1914–1925) was succeeded by an even shorter-lived first Albanian Republic (1925–1928). Another monarchy, the Kingdom of Albania (1928–1939), replaced the republic. The country endured occupation by Italy just prior to World War II (1939–1945).

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  4. 5 days ago · Albanian folk beliefs. The symbol of the Sun often combined with the crescent Moon is commonly found in a variety of contexts of Albanian folk art, including traditional tattooing of northern tribes, grave art, jewellery and house carvings. [1] The worship of the Sun and the Moon is the earliest attested cult of the Albanians.

  5. www.bankofalbania.org › Markets › Official_exchange_rateOfficial exchange rate

    3 days ago · The value of the Albanian currency (lek) against foreign currencies is freely determined in the foreign exchange market. Exchange rate fluctuations reflect the free movement of goods and capital and the financial transactions of Albania with its trading partners.

  6. 2 days ago · Origin of the Albanians Part of a series on Albanians By country Native Albania Kosovo Croatia Greece Italy Montenegro North Macedonia Serbia Diaspora Australia Bulgaria Denmark Egypt Finland Germany Norway Romania South America Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom United States Culture Architecture Art Cuisine Dance Dress

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SkanderbegSkanderbeg - Wikipedia

    2 days ago · Gjergj Kastrioti ( c. 1405 – 17 January 1468), commonly known as Skanderbeg, was an Albanian feudal lord and military commander who led a rebellion against the Ottoman Empire in what is today Albania, North Macedonia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia . A member of the noble Kastrioti family, he was sent as a hostage to the Ottoman court.

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