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Bujtina Zici – Theth

The House of Petrit Zici is located in center of the mountain village of Theth. It is a characteristic two floor house, with six rooms, built with stones and it has a wooden roof. The floors and ceilings are made by woods. It began its activity as a host home in 2018. The house offers accommodation, laundry service, biological and ...

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Theth is now accessible by normal car

normal car in Theth

Starting from this Monday, 5 august 2014, the road was made accessible even for normal cars. A road that till now was impossible to do it without a out road car 4×4 whiles. These works are thanks to the last reconstructions made from Albanian Development Fund in its entire segment from the point where the non asphalted road starts, in ...

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The waterfall of Gjeçaj

Once you have entered into Theth and you are descending to the center, above the national road, you will see Gjeçaj Waterfall, which is quite beautiful and distinctive, and about 25 meters high. The walks through the National Park provide the possibility to familiarize yourself with the natural and cultural resources that Thethi has. The Church which is preserved and ...

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Customary laws, myths and legends

Until recently the mountain regions of northern Albania were isolated not only in terms of geography and communication. In matters of jurisprudence, too, the region was literally a law to itself. Ottoman jurisdiction never prevailed here. Instead the Code of Lekë Dukagjin was in general use, a set of traditional laws passed on from one generation to another and not ...

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