24 October 2000 TIRANA–Albania’s southwestern Himara region, made up of seven villages, stretches along a spectacularly beautiful strip of the Ionian coastline. The village houses are made of whitewashed stone, and the roofs and courtyards are arranged like steps up the mountain side. But recently the picturesque region has become the center of the country’s […]

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