Art+Culture

Political culture of Albania

Albania is a unitary parliamentary republic located in the South Western part of the Balkans. Back in the classic times, Albania was named “Illyria” and during the 3rdcentury it was under the Roman rule. Later in 1190, the entity formed the Principality of Arbanon. The Principality belonged to the Byzantine Empire. The same territory was […]

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Politic

The parties must go!

The parties must go! The political hacks must be thrown out of their chairs. We will give no pardon. We will not allow Albania to sink into disgrace or darkness anymore. We will give back to this great country  a reason for its existence, a meaning to life. That is why you men and women […]

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Politic

Youth in revolution

“The latest news for the moves of the students show us that the Albanian youth has a good sense for what is real and stands with both feet firmly on the ground. It has learned to laugh once more. Laugh about these cowardice who are afraid to go in front of them. Because yes, they have many […]

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AledeBasseville, Economy, Politic

The right of blood!

After communism and civil war you have devoted a superhuman effort to revitalize the country and this has put you in a considerable debt. The West has not helped you and no one has given you your hand and no one will do it for you. The finance world will sink you into a debt […]

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AledeBasseville, Economy, Politic

Wounds of duty

Almost a year ago I came in albania for different reasons, merely because some friends of mine had the knowledge and knew what I could do for this country. More than six months ago, I decided to talk about Skanderbeg, your national hero whose history you seem to have completely forgotten and above all his political sense […]

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Architecture, Collector Covers, Photograhy

Albanian Star in Paris

After architecture school master degree and opportunities in Usa and Japan to work for an archistar Kengo Kuma, she was representing Albania in the contest of Miss World 2008 in South Africa, Johannesburg. She decided after to follow her dream of becoming an actress and move to Paris to pursue one of most the famous […]

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Architecture, Photograhy

Night of a Regime by Antonio Fantasia

These photographs are embedded on the political challenge that democratic institutions and society are currently facing in coming to terms with the inconvenient and uncomfortable communist past in contemporary Albania. It is a night journey through Albanian abandoned communist sites: these places once were symbols of the totalitarian regime and today are instead the emblem […]

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