We love Albania because it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world.

The mountains are stunning, the coastline is gorgeous, and you can easily get to and from many cities in the region.

It’s a lovely country, with the world’s tallest mountain, a beautiful coastline, and a gorgeous weather.

In fact, Albania has been described as the “Golden Land of Europe” and “the World’s Most Beautiful Country”.

But, it also has some serious problems.

Here are 10 reasons why we love it so much: 1.

The country has a fantastic culture.

There’s so much going on in the country, but if you go and do a bit of research you’ll discover that you really have to do a lot of research if you want to be taken seriously as a tourist.

This is especially true if you’re trying to find out more about the culture, history, and history of Albania.

Most people in the Balkans will probably tell you that it is a very interesting country, and the best way to get a good sense of the country’s culture is to visit one of its main cities.

Many people will tell you it’s the most important city in the entire country.

And that’s true.

But if you’ve never been to Albania, it’s also a very important city for many reasons.

The city of Algiers has been in existence since the 10th century, and has always been the seat of power in the state of Albania, and is the capital of the Balkans.

It is also the oldest city in Europe.

Algier is one of only a few cities in Europe that have its own name (and its own identity), but it is the name most people know to know for its location in the Algiestan Mountains.

Algoritms cultural heritage has also been a big draw for tourists to Albania.

For example, the famous Algists cathedral was built in 1442, and in the 1920s, it was the main building of the Algorits State Hospital, where the first patients were sent.

It was also the setting of the famous ballet company in the 1930s, which has a very famous number of productions each year.

And then there are the UNESCO World Heritage sites.

The beautiful mountain peaks, the beaches, and many other attractions make Algiris most popular tourist destination.

2.

There is a wonderful cultural diversity.

For a country with a relatively small population, Albania is the most diverse place in the Middle East.

The ethnicities of Albania are mostly the same.

And of course, the most popular language in Albania is Albanian.

The Albanian people speak Albanian as their mother tongue, which is also spoken by the Turks, the Berbers, the Bosnians, the Greeks, and even the Italians.

There are also many ethnic Albanians in the neighbouring countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Greece.

This makes Albania one of Europe’s most multicultural countries.

3.

Albania has a thriving arts scene.

In spite of its beautiful landscapes, the people of Albania have been known to have a very diverse and passionate cultural scene.

There have been many notable Albanian artists, and it’s a great place to experience some of their works.

The people of Algoritz, the capital city of the Albanian state, are proud of their history of being the birthplace of some of the greatest writers and poets of the 20th century.

In addition to the artistic achievements of the city, it is also home to the most outstanding archaeological sites in the Balkan Peninsula.

In the Balkans, the Albanians have a rich literary tradition.

They are known for their many works of poetry and fiction, but the most famous works are usually those written in Albanian, as it is their language.

Albanians also have a great love for theatre, and are a popular cultural performer in Albania.

4.

There has been a great deal of political and social unrest in Albania, especially in recent years.

The Balkan states have been struggling to stay afloat since the end of the Balkanic Wars in the early 1990s.

The conflicts between the ethnic Albanian communities in Albania and Serbia have caused some social upheaval and, as a result, a lot more violence and disorder has been occurring in the years since the start of the conflict.

In 2008, after a series of brutal killings and rapes, there was a period of instability in the Albanic region, and violence broke out in a number of cities.

It seems that Albania has also experienced political turmoil.

In 2013, a popular politician, Mihajlovic, was murdered in Tirana, a country which has been largely protected from the violence and political instability.

This followed the assassination of a number politicians in 2014.

The political turmoil in Albania has created a lot fear for the countrys security forces.

5.

Albania is home to some of Europes most