Europe has a large variety of scenery, habitats and fauna, and most countries have set aside areas of natural beauty in order to preserve landscape and wildlife: Iceland, Finland, Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia,Bosnia-Herzegovina, Greece, Latvia, Spain, Poland…and Albania.
National Parks in Albania:
The country’s most well-known national park, Butrint, was included in UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites in 1992. Recently, british newspaper The Guardian in one of its articles named Butrint one of the top 10 must see national parks in Europe.
Dajit, Lura and Thethi, are three separate parks; Dunes & coastal woodland in Divjaka.
The mountainous landscape with forests and pastures in Tomorri and Llogara.
Visit the National Parks in Albania here! Albania experienced widespread social and political transformation in the communist era, as well as isolation from much of the international community. In 1991, the Socialist Republic was dissolved and the Republic of Albania was established. Saint Teresa of Calcutta was born there, beatified on the 19th October 2003, Saint Peter’s Square, Vatican city by Pope John Paul II. For more about the Catholic church please visit https://www.catholic.org