Here are the Winners of #TiranaSummer2018

From 1088 photos posted for this photo contest, the jury of VisitTirana selected ten winners. The event was held at Reja installation, in front of the Art Gallery. The atmosphere was fantastic.

The competition ran on social media channels of,  Instagram @visit_tirana, and Facebook VisitTirana, from 1 June-August 2018.

The photos represented different parts of our city: the summertime in the city, rivers, lakes, swimming pools, people walking and enjoying this season.

Here are the winners:

First Prize: Flori Proko with the picture from Bovilla Lake, two girls making the sign of double-headed eagle, symbol of Albania. The first prize winner will have the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic tandem flight offered by Aeronautica Shqiptare, Skysports Albania, the first aero club in Albania.

Second Prize: Andi Dhimtri (The girl and umbrellas). The winner of the 2nd Prize will have the chance to enjoy a lunch/dinner for two at one the best and most popular restaurants in Tirana, ERA Restaurant. With 19 years of experience, Era always stands on top of the restaurants for the best food and service.

Third Prize: Giti Kolasi  (Tirana at night).The winner of the 3nd prize will have the opportunity for a free entry for two offered by Tagani Swimming Pool complex.  In this complex you can find relax, sport and entertainment for a different experience and out of city noises.

Other winners among top 10, who won certificates of contribution, are: Margarita Miçani, Kristi Mukollari, Andjola Mustafaj, Alexandra Lewis, Fabian Kazo, Francesca Masotti, Ferit Lika.

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