- published: 01 Feb 2016
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During our recent trip to Albania we got to experience first hand the culture and faith of the Albanian people, including a fascinating trip to an archeological site just outside of Tirana: an ampitheater from the 2nd century.
After hitchhiking through most of the Balkan countries, Niko and Cynthia finally arrive in Albania. It's their last destination before continuing south towards Greece. While hitchhiking, they are invited to have coffee by an Albanian man who used to be a soldier in Afghanistan. The two adventurers end up spending the whole day and night with the man and his family. Communication isn't easy but with gestures they get along and they get a taste of the Albanian culture. The day after they resume the adventure towards Pogradec and they try out the Albanian public transport to get to the Greek border. Find out what we're up to: https://www.facebook.com/journalofnomadsaworldodyssey/ http://www.journalofnomads.com https://instagram.com/journalofnomads/ Make sure you subscribe for WEEKLY VIDs ...
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Our favorite part of this video is when a tourist says, “I think people like each other here!” What’s yours? This video (Crossroads of Culture) is one of a series produced by National Geographic, USAID, and the Ministry of Urban Development and Tourism to support tourism in Albania.
In the World Heritage Site of Gjirokastra, old Albanian masters teach younger generations traditional techniques. The MDG-F is supporting Albania's efforts to harness its cultural heritage to create jobs for poor communities, strengthen national identity and attract investments and tourism.
For more info visit: http://www.albania.al & http://www.wander.al ◀️ What's the story of Albania? Discover it by opening the description below :) - Albania is a land to be loved. In this small Mediterranean country, virgin nature and cultural mysteries combine to create a unique sense of place. From the snow-capped mountains in the winter to the fields covered in spring by red poppies, Albania’s landscape is ever-changing with the seasons, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy a warm summer beach holiday or a mountain trek in the crisp and cool air of the fall. In Albania, visitors are welcomed as guests as part of the country’s rich cultural traditions and heritage. The warm hospitality of the Albanians, known worldwide, will make every traveler feel at home in this small wonderful...
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This video is a shorter version of the video with the same name. It features Butrinit UNESCO site
Get your free audio book: http://onix.space/e/b01fn2lwn8 Northern Albania and Montenegro are the only regions in Europe to have retained a true tribal society up to the mid-twentieth century. This book provides the first scholarly investigation of this tribal society, a pioneer work that offers a detailed survey of all the major Albanian-speaking tribes in Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo. Robert Elsie provides comprehensive material on the 69 different tribes, including data on their locations, religious affiliations, tribal structures and relations, population statistics, tribal folklore, legends and history. Also included are excerpts from the works of prominent nineteenth and early-twentieth century writers, such as Edith Durham and Johann Georg von Hahn, who travelled through the triba...