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SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's go a few kilometers south from the beautiful resort city of Saranda (Sarandë) in Albania and visit the spectacular bays and beaches of Ksamil. Ksamil is a village and a former municipality in the riviera of Southern Albania, and part of Butrint National Park. The main attractions are the nearby Ksamil Islands and the beaches surrounding the islands. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com. My biography - https://www.famousbirthdays.com/people/vic-stefanu.html To send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010586615859 Twitter: https://twitter.com/VicStefanu Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vicstefanu/ My Google+ channel: https://plus.google.com/+VicStefanu My videos include subjects about: video, tour, documentary, tourism, how to, scenic, graphic, traveling, travel, visit, historic, old, ancient, famous, world, tourist, art, culture, holiday, vacation, channel, youtube, history, events, trends, information, attractions, nature, museum, park, houses, palaces, forts, castles, vic stefanu, vlog, awesome, civilization, architecture, construction, landmark, what to see, what to do, where to go, places, locations, market, shopping, centre, guide, things, buy, fun, to do, science, journal, production, films, towns, cities, countries, Europe, Asia, America, USA, England, United Kingdom
Who on Earth are the Albanians: the enigmatic, mostly Islamic peoples of the Balkans? Today we're going to delve into some of the history of Albania and the Albanians in depth, including their origin, the country itself, the Greater Albania region and a global diaspora that easily rivals that of the Armenians, Greeks and others in terms of size and impact. Please let me know your thoughts on the Albanian nation and their emergence over the centuries. Sorry about the gap guys, still getting over the flu, but I'm pushing through! Thanks for watching! Sources: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/claims-about-old-albanian-leave-scholars-lost-for-words
In today’s episode we compare Albanian and Romanian. They are both Indo-European languages. We are not able to respond to all comments on YouTube, so please contact us on Instagram for any suggestions, especially since YouTube comments can easily go unnoticed. On Instagram we can even discuss the format of any video you would like to see in the future! Shahrzad (@shahrzad.pe): https://www.instagram.com/shahrzad.pe Bahador (@BahadorAlast): https://www.instagram.com/BahadorAlast As mentioned in the video, Andrei has his own YouTube channel where he talks to travellers and residents in Toronto about their experiences in our city, as well as other travel stories. This is the link to his channel, make sure to check it out and subscribe for upcoming videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/euAndrei Romanian is an East Romance language primarily spoken in Romania and Moldova. Meanwhile, Albanian occupies an independent branch within the Indo-European language family. It is an official language in Albania and Kosovo and has official minority status in Italy, Romania, Montenegro, Serbia, and Macedonia.
Ksamil, Saranda district - is the southern part of Albania and the most beautiful place in the country! It’s a small town near the national park Butrint. Ksamil beach is one of the most visited coastal resorts in Albania. It has Mediterranean climate, tasty local food and low prices. Ksamil beach has many small islands, which you can get by swimming on a catamaran or by a rented boat. A lot of restaurants have a huge choice of the freshest Mediterranean seafood. This is the only place in Europe with snow-white sandy beaches. And now you can enjoy beautiful landscapes and amazing views on this video!
Saranda one of most charming towns of the Albanian Riviera , and during the summer months it seems like half Tirana relocates here to enjoy the busy beach and busier nightlife along its crowd-filled seaside promenade. What was once a sleepy fishing village is now a thriving city, and while Saranda has lost much of its charm in the past two decades, it has retained much of its charisma. The town beaches are nothing special a part Pllaka beach passing the small port , but Saranda is a great base for exploring the beaches around such as Pulebardhat , Pasqyrat , Manastiri beaches ect., or going to Ksamil beaches and Butrint Unesco World Heritage Site if you have your own transport or also take a taxi and why not use the public transport . The town's name comes from Ayii Saranda, an early monastery dedicated to 40 saints; its bombed remains (including some preserved frescos) are still high on the hill above the town. But also the small castle of Lekursi that offer a spectacular view and a good restaurant or the monastery of Saint George very well conserved and restored . The town was called Porto Edda for a period in the 1940s during WWII, after Mussolini's daughter. Saranda is well connected with cruisers that come from all over the world and Corfu (the Greek town in front of Saranda) , during summer is mostly full of tourists from Nordic or Eastern Europe countries for its climate , food and beauty .
Hotel Relax (http://HotelRelax.IchWillMeer.net) is located in the center of Ksamil, just 2 mins. away from the next beach. Ksamil is the most famous beach resort of Albania ahead to the tree islands, which are dircevtly opposite to the beaches of the village. Hotel Relax offers 30 rooms a pool, WiFi, sunbeds, parking and a lot more. What you have to know about a holiday trip to Ksamil, Kasim will explain in the interview. Book Hotel Kramil directly: http://HotelRelax.IchWillMeer.net