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Skanderbeg Monument (Tirana)

Skanderbeg Monument
Coordinates
Location Skanderbeg Square
Designer Odhise Paskali
Type Historical Monument
Material Bronze on stone pedestal
Length 11 metres (36 ft)
Opening date 1968
Dedicated to Skanderbeg

The Skanderbeg Monument is a monument located in the Skanderbeg Square, Tirana, Albania.

Overview

The monument in memory of Skanderbeg was erected in Skanderbeg Square, Tirana. This 11 metres (36 ft) monument was inaugurated in the 1968 on the 500th anniversary of the death of Skanderbeg.[1] The monument to Skanderbeg is created by Odhise Paskali.

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References

  1. ^ Sheshi "Skënderbej"- transformimi nga larvë në flutur Shekulli Online, 05 Prill 2008

External links

  • Photos of Skanderbeg Square
  • Sheshi Skenderbej and other photos


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