Albanian Embassy in London
Description Albanian Embassy in London
Traces of life from the period of middle and late Paleolithic 100 000 - 10 000 years ago are found in Xare, as well as in the Cave of Saint Marina in Saranda. The end of the first millennium marks the crystallization of the Albanian nation. Latter on, the Albanian political formations of the XI. Scanderbeg managed to give birth to a centralized Albanian state Arberia and his flag became the national flag of Albania.
But, unfortunately enough, in the same year, the Congress of Berlin decided the division of the Albanian territories to the benefit of the neighboring states, Montenegro, Serbia and Greece. On January 21, 1925, the Constitutional Assembly declared Albania a Parliamentary Republic and Ahmet Zog was elected President of Albania, but he had so much power in his hands that, in fact, the Republic functioned as a Presidential one. On November 29, 1944, Albania was liberated from the nazi-fascist invaders.
On January 11, 1946, the Constitutional Assembly declared Albania a People's Republic, as one of the forms of the proletarian dictatorship, which lasted, more or less, half a century, until April 29, 1991, when the first pluralistic Parliament declared the Parliamentary Republic of Albania. Political System Parliamentary Republic Parliamentary Republic - One-room parliament with 140 representatives, who are elected, by general elections, once in four year.
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Nearby transit stationsAlbanian Embassy in London
- 886 ftGreen Line Coach Station (Stop 5)GRY1, GRY2, GRY3, GRY4
- 919 ftGreen Line Coach Station (Stop 4)712, 714
- 1018 ftGreen Line Coach Station (Stop 2)A50
Car ParksAlbanian Embassy in London
- 517 ftPimlicoCost: £3.00
- 0.22 miVictoria StationCost: £5.00
- 0.28 miSemley PlaceCost: £9.00
- 0.37 miDolphin Square
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