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- Dita e Verës (Spring Day) is celebrated in mid-March in Elbasan.
- The National Festival of Folklore held in Gjirokastër, a historic town that was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005.
- Albania’s Independence Day celebrated on November 28.
- The four islands of Ksamil: four rocky islands close to the Ionian Sea; has beautiful sandy beaches and clear water where you can swim and snorkel.
- Lake Koman: you can take a ferry ride through the lake and explore the evergreen scenery.
- The Resurrection Cathedral of Tirana is the third largest Orthodox church in Europe.
- The Fortress of Bashtovë: one of the many ancient castles in the country which are considered to be cultural monuments.
- The ancient Amphitheatre of Durrës: this ancient Roman amphitheatre was built in the second century. It is the biggest amphitheatre in the Balkans. It was rediscovered in 1966.
- The Monastery of Rubik: a cultural and architectural monument constructed in 1166.
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