Kruja - Qyteti i Heroit Kombetar Gjergj Kastriot Skenderbeu 13/11/2017


It is surprising how every time we plan to head off to Kruja (our touristic business friends are constantly in need of products, due to the huge influx of tourists), it always makes beautiful time. Perhaps because the Lord himself and Nature likes to fully enjoy the picture of Kruja, nestled in the bay of Skanderbeg Mountain, down the road, until we arrive in Fushë-Krujë, that wonderful marvelous pine-tree path along the mountain, while entering the gates of Kruja. Only without many miracle wonders, since car tires burn black fires to extinguish white lime, and since cement chain factories, dust the streets of Kruja to brilliantly polish the yards and sidewalks of the metropolis of the world. It is a great sin, in fact, the total massacre of the magnificent landscape that once was to be abducted, even further, as the car passed over the Tapiza bridge, continue along the Nicholas Road - already planted with furniture shops - until the Fushekruja entered the area belonging to the Mamurras.

But Kruja's rugged postcard does not have much effect on the "expulsion" of tourists, they continue to raid the city with just as much interest as before the massacre, apparently suggested by the fact that there lived Skanderbeg - the only Albanian man that the world of you know the athlete of Christ. And Kruja is fascinating for us too; we do not have to love her for two reasons; because it is the queen of Albanian history, and because the tribes that lived in it have given us the name we hold today in the world. At the foot of Kruja, the Albanians lived, a name we have inherited from the distant centuries and with which the world is called to us today. Albanopolis today is a bunch of large, subway and twin stone rocks, some of the surrounding walls that climb the hill to the stairs, and touched some more pieces, just like most of the archaeological parks in Albania, maintaining little or no of glory and former glory. But the existing and stubborn traces are there to show us that the Albanians (or Albanians, Pleurat, Aegean, Adrian, Labeat and Arbr later) knew civilization very early, so well that they do not know it many of today's Albanians.
Anyway, today we are in Kruja, attract many medieval cobblestones, castle towers, characteristic houses within the castle district and everything else that keeps the wind history and tradition.

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