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The main tourist attraction in the area of Shkodra in Albania is the Rozafa Castle. It is surrounded by history. It is believed to be founded by Illyrians, and was later rebuilt by the Romans , Venitiians and Ottomans.
There are 3 courtyards attached to the castle and a few ruined buildings.
There are astounding views of Shkodra and the river Drini. There is a lake attached to the southern end of the castle called Lake Shkodra.
There is a promenade called Buna yes the same as the curry. There are many options of travel including public transport.
Shkodra became an important trade center in the second half of the 19th century. Aside from being the center of the vilayet of Shkodra, it was an important trading center for the entire Bakan peninsula. It had over 3500 shops, and clothing, leather, tobacco, and gun powder were some of the major products of Shkodra. A special administration was established to handle trade, a trade court, and a directorate of postage services with other countries. Other countries had opened consulates in Shkodra ever since 1718. Obot and Ulqin served as ports for Shkodra, and later on Sh'ngjin. The Jesuit seminar and the Franciscan committee were opened in the 19th century.
Shkodra played an important role during the League of Prizren, the Albanian liberation movement. The people of Shkodra participated in battles to protect Albanian lands. The branch of the League of Prizren for Shkodra, which had its own armed unit, fought for the protection of Plava and Gucia, Hoti and Gruda, and the war for the protection of Ulqin.
Credited to the county council