14/07/2019

The biggest concert at Skanderbeg Square for the 15th anniversary of Digitalb

Great spectacle in Tirana last night. Thousands of people filled the Skanderbeg square to listen and dance with the best Albanian music of the latest years.  The concert was organized for the 15th anniversary of Digitalb (The biggest television platform in Albania).

Big concert in Tirana for the 15th anniversary of Digitalb

The celebration started on July 13th and continued for three days with games, open museums, entertainment for kids, music etc.  'Illusionarium' was the Museum of Optical Illusions, which was opened on 13-14-15 July in Skanderbeg Square. The museum was one of the most visited from different ages.

Big concert in Tirana for the 15th anniversary of Digitalb

There was also a dinosaur installation in the square, which was also a favorite attraction to take photos.

While the big concert which was the culmination of this event, started on 15 July, at 18:00 h and ended in the late night. The most emotional part of the evening was the spectacle of fireworks. The concert was also live at Top Channel Television, so even people who couldn’t attend in the square, could see in TV.

Big concert in Tirana for the 15th anniversary of Digitalb

 Some of the best Albanian singers performed in the concert, among them were: Faydee & Luana Vjollca,  Alban Skënderaj, Ledri Vula, Elvana Gjata,  Mc Kresha & Lyrical Son, Jericho, Kida, Tayna, Aurela Gaçe, Young Zerka, Vedat Ademi,  Ronela Hajati, Ylli Limani. Skanderbeg Square is the main space for concerts and entertainments in Tirana and is always full of tourists, so they can enjoy the lively life of Tirana, Albanian capital.

 
 
 
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02/07/2019

The memorial of the truck that broke the walls

Albanians are not afraid anymore to talk about their dark history under communism. The young generations here and the rest of the world need to know what happened 25 - 50 years ago in this country. One episode that came to light these days was the storm on Foreign Embassies by more than 3000 Albanians in July 90. That was the first step toward throwing down the communist regime in Albania.

Wall Memorial in Tirana

8 months after the fall of Berlin wall, an attempt to break the walls happened also in the isolated Albania. Young people from Tirana were the first to understand the need for change in Albania too and for removing the walls. 

One brave Albanian Ylli Bodinaku, decided to enter in German Embassy with his own truck. With his wife and two children, one of them just two months old, he headed the truck in the back giant wall of German Embassy in 2d of July 1990. The wall was destroyed and even though the stones were scattered everywhere, even inside the car, he managed to enter his family safely inside. His truck created a gate for 36 persons who entered that way in the German Embassy, and more than 3000 others following his example to jump in other embassies in the same area. Former German Foreign Minister Hans Dietrich Genscher, called Mr Bodinaku a hero that time.

Wall Memorial in Tirana

The regime acted strongly with fortifying the zone around the embassies not letting even the familiars of the people inside to meet each other. The regime named these people vandals, and started propaganda in all the country against these movement. Some parents denied their children in order to be safe in the regime. While the West decided to issue passports to all the people who managed to enter inside. After 10 days, all people entering embassies through crossing walls headed safely to the respective countries. The regime enforced the security in all borders and embassies, but the real revolution started only some months later in December 1990 with the revolt of Students which threw down the Statue of Enver Hoxha in the center of Tirana. Then the democratic changes followed with creation of bipolar party system and the first democratic elections.

Mr Ylli Bodinaku has told his story several times for media. But there were no memorial or statue to remember his act until now.

Wall Memorial in Tirana

 On July 3, 2017, architects Gjergj Islami and Ana Pekmezi and artist Eljan Tanini unveiled an installation on the wall of the German embassy in Tirana. Three artists invited Ylli Bodinaku to work on this project and to create the truck in the same state it was when he entered the Embassy. The same Liaz truck, with the same color was put at the same place next to German Embassy. The truck is placed overlooking the street and not the wall as the mission is now accomplished. It serves now only tell the story to the young generation and to look for the future.   A placard was placed there to show the story.

This is the first part of a big project called The Wall, which is expected to be applied around the walls of Embassies Block, to remind other tragic stories related the same episode. Travellers are invited to visit this place, and to know about that troubled history of Albanians during 90.

Wall Memorial in Tirana

It is now a fact that dark tourism and the unique history of Albania during communist time are attracting foreign tourists more than its modern history. We have still much to tell the world about what happened in Albania, when we were an isolated country.

30/06/2019

Best photos of Tirana in June

June has been a very hot month in Tirana, but still enjoyable in the late afternoons and evenings.

We’ve selected the best photos of the month posted by our followers on Instagram.

Enjoy!

Sunset view from Dajti Mountain

 
 
 
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Bovilla Lake

 
 
 
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Bike Ride by Prushi Lake

 
 
 
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Cooling off summer at Skanderbeg square fountains

 
 
 
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Yoga at the Grand Park of Tirana

 
 
 
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Sunset at Lana River

 
 
 
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Picnic by the lake

 
 
 
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Poppies season

 
 
 
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29/06/2019

Inside the villa of Enver Hoxha -soon to be open for the public

The Guardian has published an interesting article written by the journalist Shaun Walker, after his visit to the "fascinating, creepy" villa of former dictator Enver Hoxha. 

The villa of Enver Hoxha in Tirana, where the dictator lived from 1975 until his death in 1985 is located in the Blloku area.

Inside Enver Hoxha Villa

The living areas are pretty functional, done out with the best that 70s Albania had to offer in terms of furniture and accessories. On the walls you can see socialist realist art.

Inside Enver Hoxha Villa

A library room and his desk where Hoxha wrote some of his 74 books. 

Although Albanians didn’t have access to outside literature, Hoxha loved books and had a yearly delivery of French books from Paris. Bookshelves everywhere. Many were his own tomes or other Marxist literature. But there were also thousands of books on very wide-ranging subjects.

Inside Enver Hoxha Villa

He had ingenious soundproofing on his bedroom doors. His three adult children also lived there. Escapism was a theme of their bedrooms.

Inside Enver Hoxha Villa

Downstairs there was a swimming pool and an entrance to a tunnel leading to a bunker for the paranoid Hoxha to flee if necessary.

Inside Enver Hoxha Villa

 

His bathroom tiles.Inside Enver Hoxha Villa

During his life, the whole area of town was closed off to the public and only got top party leaders. Now it’s the most happening part of Tirana.

It is announced that soon will be open for the public

Source: The Guardian

28/06/2019

Kolë Idromeno- the retro exhibition of one of the best Albanian painters

A retrospective exhibition of one of the best painter Albanian has ever had, Kole Idromeno, was opened on 27 June at National Art Gallery in Tirana. Many people, including the Ministers of Culture and Education, artists, painters, journalists attended the opening ceremony.

Kolë Idromeno retro exhibition

The first photo in exhibition was his auto-portrait he have done in 1938, a year before his death, when he was 71 years old. So we have a view of his face, of an intellectual and well-dressed person, a modest artist.  Then we see the painting of his wife for 55 years, Gjyzepina. And then the portraits of his niece and other men and women, especially dressed in traditional north costume. But the best painting which was considered as the first picture of Albanian realism is “My Sister Tone” (Motra Tone), which is dedicated to his older sister Antonia, but symbolize the Albanian women of that time, as a sister, wife, a mother.

Kolë Idromeno retro exhibition

One of the most interesting work of art is his painting called “Two roads”, where you see hundreds of people, each of them not tall than 10 cm, with different characters, dresses and faces which are heading separately in two roads, in Paradise and Hell. This painting was a results of hundreds of photos he made to his friends. And all these sketches and photos he used in this amazing painting. You can stop and stare at it for hours. It seems that he liked this subject of “hell and paradise”. In most cases, the pictures involve pain and torture that devil-like men inflict on their victims symbolizing sinners. The exhibition also features a painting with two devils cutting the tongue to a man while burning in the hell flames, a painting directly related to one of the photos.

Who is Kole Idromeno

Kolë Idromeno retro exhibition

Nikolle Idromeno, or as it known Kole Idromeno was born in 1860 and died in 1939. According to Robert Elsie, Idromeno was the best known of early figures of Albanian painting. He was a talented person not only in picture, but also in architecture, music, photography etc. With the help of Pjetër Marubi, from whom he also learned the art of photography, he was able to travel to Venice in 1875 to attend the Academy of Fine Arts. He returned to Albania in 1878. In 1883, he opened a photo studio with cameras imported from the Pathé company in France. In 1912, he became the first person in Albania to import moving picture equipment and to show films. In August of that year, he signed a contract with the Josef Stauber company in Austria to set up the country’s first, rudimentary public cinema. As a painter, Idromeno preferred urban subjects, such as in his Dasma shkodrane (Wedding in Shkodra), 1924, but also did portraits of intellectuals and nationalist figures.

Kolë Idromeno retro exhibition

Particularly well-known is the portrait of his half-veiled Motra Tone (My Sister Tone), 1883. Landscapes and religious subjects also occur. His paintings were shown at international art exhibitions in Budapest (1898), Rome (1925), Bari (1931), Rome (1936) and New York (1939). Kolë Idromeno is also remembered as a sculptor and as an architect of public buildings in Shkodram such as Kafja e Madhe, Shiroka Church, Coba Family, Prefecture building etc.

28/06/2019

Nightlife Guide in Tirana

Tirana is a young city and is becoming known for its vibrant life. Tourists are asking more information for nightlife bars, pubs, karaoke’ bars and live music. That is why we have come up with a guide to help you find the perfect bar or club that fits your tastes.

Pre-Party

If you always looks for some cocktail bars before hitting the dance floor, here are our recommendations.

Colonial Tirana 

Colonial Tirana is one of the most famous cocktail bars in Tirana, very frequented by young people. Their welcoming staff will help you choose one of the many personalized drinks based on a few specific questions about your personal tastes. Here you will not only taste the best cocktails but also the most beautiful ones and very Instagrammable.

Location: Rr: Pjetër Bogdani 3, Tiranë 1000

 
 
 
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Vinyl by Padam 

Padam Garden has a restaurant and the lounge bar area, where you will find the combination of elegance with delicate lighting, set in a large garden offering classic cocktails under the modern design. Padam offers every week music from the most popular bands and DJs. Every Thursday is Jazz night at the area called as “Vinyl by Padam”.

Location: Rr. Mustafa Matohiti, Vila Nr. 2,, Tirana 1000 Albania

Radio Bar Tirana 

 
 
 
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Radio Bar is a unique place in Tirana. Known for the good music, delicious cocktails and authentic decor. Here you will find a spirit of Albanian cultural heritage, many old radio stations, various collections of albums, televisions, furniture, posters, glass collections, etc., elements that make this bar among the best of this type. For Jazz music fans, every Thursday is your fun evening. While over the weekend this place is accompanied by the sounds of Disco & Electronic music. For all of you who are looking for a place other than the usual bars and clubs, this is the right place.

Location: Rr.Ismail Qemali, P. 29 Ap. 1, Tirana 1000, Albania

 
 
 
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Party Places

 

Folie Terrace Club

 

Folie Terrace is one of the most popular clubs in Tirana.  Folie Terrace is known for the best music, the good atmosphere and the amazing cocktails. World known DJ and singers performed here, making this place a must for everyone.

Location: Rr. Murat Toptani, Tirana, Albania

 
 
 
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Dada? Tirana

If you want to go out for fun on weekends with your friends, to enjoy different drinks on the counter or on the tree-top table, dance under the sounds of the best music. The right place is Dada Tirana, known as the favorite place, where every week offers live music from the most renowned artists as well as various DJs.

Location: Rr. Brigada VIII, Nr. 3/520, Tirana Albania

 
 
 
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  1. After Party

 

The Code Bar

 

If you have finished the party and want to continue the entertainment at the Clubs, we suggest you The Code Bar, where you can enjoy your favorite drinks and listening to the latest music of the most renowned DJs.

 

Location: Rr.Vaso pasha , Tirana, Albania 1001

 

Urgjenca Garage

 

Urgjenca is one of those places where you can go for drinks after work and end-up dancing until late hours. The cocktails are very good and the prices too.

Location: Rr. Gjin Bue Shpata, Tirana 1010 Albania

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26/06/2019

75 years from Greek genocide against Cham population- exhibition in Tirana

The Greek genocide against Cham population originated with the annexation of Chameria province from Greece in 1913 and reached the peak in June 27, 1944, with massacres carried out from the general Napoleon Zerva.

Greek genocide against Cham population

The most vicious massacre against Muslim Albanians occurred in Paramithia region. The forces of the national republican Greek league entered the city and killed about 600 Muslim Albanians. The population of Paramithia was taken by surprise. More people were killed: in Filat 1286, in Gumenica 192, in Parga 620 and from June 1944 to March 1945 about 2771 civilians were killed. As a result of Genocide, 23000 Albanians of Chameria were displaced and settled in Albania, from them 2400 died due to the lack of food and suffering. 27th of June is declared the day of genocide against Cham Albanians by Greek chauvinism.

You can see the exhibition at the National History Museum in Tirana.

Greek genocide against Cham population

Greek genocide against Cham population

Greek genocide against Cham population

Greek genocide against Cham population

Greek genocide against Cham population

Greek genocide against Cham population

25/06/2019

What to do in July in Tirana

Tirana in July is less populated during the daylight hours due to the high temperatures and because many people are heading to coastal cities. But that does not mean that Tirana isn’t lively, in the late afternoon and in the evenings, Tirana has a fantastic atmosphere, in the "Skanderbeg" square you see families walking around the square, young people sitting at the Europa Park.

What to do in July in Tirana 2019

The Artificial Lake Park is another destination for the long summer nights, where people can enjoy the cinema under the stars.

What to do in July in Tirana 2019

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The Amphitheater of Tirana almost every day is busy with concerts, ballet shows or other entertainment activities for families. On July 5, at 20:30, will be held "Meet at Moulin Rouge” ballet show with the world-renown ballet dancers.  

While on July 6, the French dance and circus troupe "Un Loup pour l'Homme" comes to Tirana to present an amazing spectacle at the Amphitheater of Tirana. 

What to do in July in Tirana 2019

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For art-lovers, the retrospective exhibition of “Kolë Idromeno” is an interesting exhibition displaying the works of the Albanian painter, sculptor, architect, photographer, cinematographer, composer and engineer during the Albanian Renaissance in the nineteenth century. The exhibition is displayed on the National Gallery of Arts.

Summer nights become more interesting at Reja. During July, every Tuesday there are screened movies with the greatest Italian actresses.

Many other concerts and activities will take place during this month, and you can be informed for them always looking at our website, where are listed all the events.

You can enjoy all the parks with your family or walking afternoon. You can stop somewhere for the best ice-cream  in Tirana.

What to do in July in Tirana 2019

For weekends you can cool off summer at Erzeni Canyon, Syri i Ciklopit, lakes etc.  Or if you prefer swimming pools here is the list. If you like the sea and sand you can go in Durres coastal city, just 25 minutes from Tirana.

24/06/2019

Green gateways in Tirana

In this article we want to show green spots parks of Tirana. For those who want to escape from the city noises and to find relaxation in parks and open spaces, here is a green list.

National Park of Dajti

Mount Dajti National Park (1,611m above sea level) is easily accessible from the city, just 25 km to its east. A weekend trip there is a very popular activity for people from Tirana. The cable car station is just 20 minutes by car or bus from centre of Tirana, and from where you take the cable car to have a wonderful experience. A quarter of an hour later and you are near the top of the mountain where there are wonderful panoramic views of the city, villages, forests, the sea, and traditional houses, as well as quirky idiosyncrasies such as the bunkers. Also you can go to the Dajti Adventure Park which is a short walk from Dajti Cable Car. There you can do a lot of activities such as zip lining and passing through rope bridges are considered moderate and can be enjoyed by most ages.

Dajti National Park Tirana

Grand Park of Artificial Lake

Grand Park in Tirana is a must for all visitors to the city, kids and adults. It is the biggest green area reachable by foot, and a perfect place to get away from the busy city. Tirana citizens come here often in the early evening and typically on Sundays, to walk or jog, take a coffee or walk and chat with a friend. It has become very popular so that the traditional stroll along the main boulevard seems to have shifted. Visitors can rent a bike or buggy and ride alongside the lake. The Grand Park has something for everyone.

Grand Park of Tirana

Rinia Park

Rinia Park (Youth Park) is a public park in the centre of Tirana. Built in 1950, it covers an area of 29 hectares. Initially it was a pleasant family park where Tirana residents took their children and relax in the evenings or at weekends. Later it took the name Taiwan after the complex to the side of the green area, which is like an island in the Park. Rinia Park, or Taiwan is today a popular meeting place for people since the Taiwan complex has nice cafés and very good restaurants.

Dajti National Park Tirana

Peza Village

Peza, is a village approximately 35 minutes from the center of Tirana, is a popular place for locals to go for a coffee or lunch on the weekends to escape the city. After leaving the city, entering to the Peza road, you are surrounded by rolling hills, fields stretching across valleys and donkey led carts. Peza has a huge grass field which is highly populated during holidays for family picnics. Peza is known for its natural and fresh foods directly from farm to table. One can play football, tennis and other handball games while children can fly their balloons.

Dajti National Park Tirana

Farka Lake

The Farka village is 8 km far from the center of Tirana to its East, it took its name from farkëtar -blacksmith, so it is called the Village of blacksmith.  In the heart of the village is a beautiful lake, having the same name, Farka Lake. This lake now is surrounded with a very modern pedestrian street, where people can walk for miles around the lake, and enjoy its view in 360 grade. You can seat and have a rest for a while in the benches around the lake, and continues your walk. It is an ideal place for a picnic. All the area is green, and you can sit on the ground, and eating a perfect lunch with your family. During the weekend it is one of the most populated places. It is very close to Tirana, near Sauk, and it is easy to go, because the road is very good.

Grand Park of Tirana

 

Park of Kashar

Kashari Lake or Kashar water reservoir is located only 5 km from Tirana city center and can be reached by car, by bike or by bus in the center of the village. The area around Kashar is very beautiful with fantastic scenery of surrounding hills and houses with red rooftops.  The Lake of Kashar and the area around is declared as Third Park of Tirana by the Municipality. Last year 500 trees were planted around the lake to make it more attractive and to increase the green public spaces as well to improve the air quality.

Dajti National Park Tirana

20/06/2019

Most Instagrammable places in Tirana

We all know that Instagram is the place for photos and check-ins. The first thing we do when planning to visit a destination is to look for its location on Instagram to see the attractions of that city.

So, to help foreign visitors but also Albanians we have gathered in this article what are the places in Tirana that are most posted on Instagram.

Skanderbeg square

"Skanderbeg Square" is on the top of the list of Instagrammable places in Tirana. Thousands of photos on Instagram by Albanians and tourists. The square has an area of approximately 28,000 square meters and has plenty areas for cool photos; in the middle of the square, in the fountains, in the stairs of the National Museum, in the garden etc.

 
 
 
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Tirana’s Artificial Lake National Park

The National Park of the Artificial Lake known differently as the Lungs of Tirana is one of the most frequented places in the capital from all ages: Instagram photos are walking or jogging, boat trips, biking or reading a book near the shore of the lake.

 
 
 
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Castle of Tirana

A walk, a coffee with friends or dinner inside Tirana Castle is one of the favorite things that cannot be skipped without posting photos on Instagram. Tirana Castle, also called the Justinian Fortress, has opened its doors to the public in December 2018, and since then the number of visitors has continued to increase.

 
 
 
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New Bazaar (Pazari i Ri)

The New Bazaar’s (Pazari i Ri) facade colors, fruit and vegetable market, nice bars and restaurants make this area quite frequented in Tirana. Photos of baskets filled with fruits and vegetables, photos of fashion bloggers, photos of tourists, are the ones you will see most often from this place.

 
 
 
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Street and Mural Arts

Almost everywhere in Tirana you will see painted walls by street artists. Some of these murals were created by foreign and Albanian artists during the Street Art Festival. These art murals are often photographed and posted on Instagram.

 
 
 
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Farka Lake

Farka Lake is less populated than the Artificial Lake in the Grand Park, yet it is one of the places that have many photos on Instagram: strolls by the lake, picnics with friends or family, biking are some of the most posted photos from Farka Lake.

 
 
 
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Bovilla Lake

For nature lovers and mountain climbers Bovilla Lake is one of the most visited places in Tirana. You only need to search Bovilla Lake on Instagram, and hundreds of photos will appear.

 
 
 
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Which is your favorite? Tell us in the comment section!

19/06/2019

Tirana’s Skanderbeg square wins another prize

After the success at the Chicago Biennale, the best “Urban Public Area 2018” in Barcelona and the second award for “Modern Architecture” by the EU in 2019, Tirana’s new Skanderbeg Square is attracting the attention of international architecture professionals, as a space that has received an extraordinary transformation, taking yet another award.

Tirana’s Skanderbeg square wins another prize

Recently, the Skanderbeg won the European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA, a race with 239 projects from many countries of the world.

Tirana’s Skanderbeg square wins another prize

The prestigious prize was given by the Catalonia Association of Architects and the Association of Architects for Preservation and Intervention in Architectural Heritage, as a reflection of the complexity and history of Albania.

14/06/2019

Vjosa river and its story through photos- exhibition in Tirana

Vjosa river, is one of the most unique natural property Albania has and must protect it. Why is unique? Because according to scientists it is the wildest river in Europe, the only river still flowing in its natural way, without any deviation. But probably not for long.

Protecting Vjosa River exhibition in Tirana

Latest years Albanian Government has approved to built 6 Hydropowers in Vjosa, two of which have been completed, while one is under construction. The lucky thing is that these two completed HPPs are not built in the Vjosa itself but in two rivers who are feeding Vjosa river with water. Even though Vjosa continues to flow in its original way, it is impacted by these interventions, because it will luck sooner or later the water.

Protecting Vjosa River exhibition in Tirana

A photo exhibition was opened on 13 June 2019 at national History Museum with photos and history of Vjosa river, organized by environmentalists Eco Albania, a non-profit organisation which is fighting to protect the river Vjosa and raise awareness among local population and media to protest against intervention in the area.

Protecting Vjosa River exhibition in Tirana

The photos belong to 7 photographers and photojournalists: Roland Tasho (professional photographer), Roland Dorozhani (photographer- drone view), Adrian Guri (environmentalist); Artan Rama, (investigative journalist); Gregor Subic, biologist and film maker from Sllovenia; Robert Hackman (born in Australia and works in London, some of its work are published in National Geographic) and Nick St Oegger (from California). Nick was present in the opening ceremony and expressed his emotions how he came in Albania for the first time in 2013 and how much was impressed by the beauty of Vjosa, and other regions of Albania, such as Valbona and national parks.

Protecting Vjosa River exhibition in Tirana

The main photos were about two problematic constructions in Pocem and Kalivac dam, where the intervention had impacted the environment, the rivers, and the land, agriculture and live of the locals.

Protecting Vjosa River exhibition in Tirana

Some of photos were artistic such as the photos of Roland Tasho, especially the photo of former member of Eurpean Parliament Ulrike Lunacek with the folk costume in Tepelena, and the other photo featured a designer’s team of Patagonia, during a study visit in the Vjosa wearing Albanian traditional costume in Benca valley. Patagonia a prestigious outdoor clothing brand has supported “save the Blue heart of Europe campaign”. The exhibition is open for four days.

Protecting Vjosa River exhibition in Tirana