Famous people on Albania's street names


Ismail Qemali

Ismail Qemali 5 Ismail Qemali, sometimes spelled as Ismail Kemal in old diplomatic correspondence, was an Albanian politician and statesman who is regarded as the founder of modern Albania. He served as the first prime minister of Albania from December 1912 until his resignation in January 1914.

Gjergj Fishta

Gjergj Fishta 5 Gjergj Fishta was an Albanian Franciscan friar, poet, educator, rilindas, politician, translator and writer. He is regarded as one of the most influential Albanian writers of the 20th century, particularly for his epic masterpiece Lahuta e Malcís, and he was the editor of two of the most authoritative magazines after Albania's independence, Posta e Shypniës and Hylli i Dritës.

Qemal Stafa

Qemal Stafa 5 Qemal Stafa was a founding member of the Albanian Communist Party, and the leader of its youth section.

Sami Frashëri

Sami Frashëri 4 Sami bey Frashëri or Şemseddin Sâmi was an Ottoman Albanian writer, philosopher, playwright and a prominent figure of the Rilindja Kombëtare, the National Renaissance movement of Albania, together with his two brothers Abdyl and Naim. He also supported Turkish nationalism against its Ottoman counterpart, along with secularism against theocracy.

Pjetër Budi

Pjetër Budi 4 Pjetër Budi, was an Albanian Catholic bishop and a prominent Old Albanian author. He is known for his first work "Doktrina e Kërshtenë", an Albanian translation of the catechism of Robert Bellarmine, which was published in Rome in 1618. In 1599 Pjetër Budi was appointed Vicar General of the Catholic Church in Serbia, a position he held for seventeen years. Later he was appointed bishop of Diocese of Sapë and Sarda.

Andon Zako Çajupi

Andon Zako Çajupi 4 Andon Zako Çajupi was an Albanian lawyer, playwright, poet and rilindas.                           

Teodor Keko

Teodor Keko 4 Teodor Keko was an Albanian writer, journalist, and politician.                                     

Mihal Grameno

Mihal Grameno 4 Mihal Grameno was an Albanian nationalist, politician, writer, freedom fighter, and journalist. He was one of the four initial appointed delegates from Korçë to the Albanian National Congress that proclaimed the Independence of Albania on 28 November 1912.

Sulejman Delvina

Sulejman Delvina 3 Sulejman Delvina, also known as Sylejman Fehmi, was an Albanian politician, who served as prime minister from 30 January March to 14 November 1920.

Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II 3 Pope John Paul II was head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State from 1978 until his death in 2005.

Aleksandër Moisiu

Aleksandër Moisiu 3 Alexander Moissi was an Austrian stage actor of Albanian origin.                                   

Giuseppe Valentini (albanologist)

Giuseppe Valentini (albanologist) 3 Giuseppe Valentini was an Italian priest and albanologist of the 20th century.                     

Faik Konica

Faik Konica 3 Faik Bey Konica was an important figure in Albanian language and culture in the early decades of the twentieth century. As the Albanian minister to Washington, D.C., his literary review Albania became the focal publication of Albanian writers living abroad. Faik Konica wrote little in the way of literature, but he was an influential stylist, critic, publicist and political figure in Albanian culture.

Bajram Curri

Bajram Curri 3 Bajram Curri was an Albanian chieftain, politician and activist who struggled for the independence of Albania, later struggling for Kosovo's incorporation into it following the 1913 Treaty of London. He was posthumously given the title Hero of Albania.

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc 3 Joan of Arc is a patron saint of France, honored as a defender of the French nation for her role in the siege of Orléans and her insistence on the coronation of Charles VII of France during the Hundred Years' War. Claiming to be acting under divine guidance, she became a military leader who transcended gender roles and gained recognition as a savior of France.

John Bosco

John Bosco 3 John Melchior Bosco, SDB, popularly known as Don Bosco, was an Italian Catholic priest, educator and writer of the 19th century. While working in Turin, where the population suffered many of the ill effects of industrialization and urbanization, he dedicated his life to the betterment and education of street children, juvenile delinquents, and other disadvantaged youth. He developed teaching methods based on love rather than punishment, a method that became known as the Salesian Preventive System.

Girolamo de Rada

Girolamo de Rada 3 Girolamo de Rada was an Arbëreshë folklorist, journalist, lawyer, playwright, poet, rilindas and writer. He is regarded as one of the most influential Albanian writers of the 19th century who played an essential role in the Albanian Renaissance.

Gramoz Pashko

Gramoz Pashko 3 Gramoz Pashko was an Albanian economist and politician. He co-founded the Democratic Party of Albania in 1990 and later served as rector of the University of New York, Tirana. Pashko was married to Mimoza Ruli, sister of politician Genc Ruli.

Ali Demi

Ali Demi 3 Ali Demi was an Albanian hero of World War II and a communist. He was killed in battle fighting German forces in Vlora, Albania in 1943.

Shahin Toci

Shahin Toci 3 Patrioti i madh shqiptar Shahin Toçi lindi me 15 prill te vitit 1914 në fshatin Urxalle te Matit në një familje te thjeshte, bujare dhe te besës, ku brez pas breza në ketë familje u trashëguan vlera te patriotizmit te vërtete. Stërgjyshi dhe gjyshi i dëshmorit, Bajram dhe Stafe Toçi ishin ndër prijësit e lëvizjes popullore kundër pushtuesve osmane dhe atyre serbo malazeze. Shahin Toçi e kaloi moshën e fëmijërisë në vendlindjen e tij, në fshatin Urxalle. Me pas ai nis shkollën fillore te Derjanit në Mat, ku që në moshe te vogël dallohet për dëshirën e madhe për tu shkolluar.

Pjetër Bogdani

Pjetër Bogdani 2 (Italian: Pietro Bogdano; 1627 – 6 December 1689) was the most original writer of Old Albanian literature. He was author of the Cuneus Prophetarum, 1685, the first prose work of substance written originally in (Gheg) Albanian. He organized a resistance against the Ottomans and a pro-Austrian movement in Kosovo in 1689 that included Muslim and Christian Albanians.

Asim Vokshi

Asim Vokshi 2 Asim Vokshi (1909–1937) was an Albanian Kosovar from Gjakova, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire, and studied at a military academy in Italy.

Reshit Çollaku

Reshit Çollaku 2 Reshit Çollaku ka qenë antifashist, veprimtar i LANÇ-it, komendant çete dhe më pas batalioni. I rënë dëshmor, u nderua pas vdekjes Hero i Popullit.

Fuad Toptani

Fuad Toptani 2 Fuad Toptani was an Albanian politician and mayor of Tirana from 1925 through 1927. He was a delegate in the Albanian Congress of Trieste of 1913.

Ibrahim Rugova

Ibrahim Rugova 2 Ibrahim Rugova was a Kosovo-Albanian politician, scholar, and writer, who served as the President of the partially recognised Republic of Kosova, serving from 1992 to 2000 and as President of Kosovo from 2002 until his death in 2006. He oversaw a popular struggle for independence, advocating a peaceful resistance to Yugoslav rule and lobbying for U.S. and European support, especially during the Kosovo War.

Liman Kaba

Liman Kaba 2 Liman Kaba was a Yugoslav partisan and a member of the communist resistance in Vardar Macedonia.   

Abdyl Frashëri

Abdyl Frashëri 2 Abdyl Dume bey Frashëri was an Ottoman Albanian civil servant, politician during the First Constitutional Era of the Ottoman Empire, and one of the first Albanian political ideologues of the Albanian National Awakening. During his lifetime Frashëri endeavoured to instill among Albanians patriotism and a strong identity while promoting a reform program based on Albanian language education and literature.

Medar Shtylla

Medar Shtylla 2 Medar Shtylla was an Albanian politician and one of the main organizers of the Albania Liberation Movement during World War II. He served as Minister of Health from 1946 to 1955 and later as Chairman of the Assembly of the Republic of Albania from 21 June 1958 until his death on 20 December 1963.

Skënder Luarasi

Skënder Luarasi 2 Skënder Petro Luarasi was an Albanian scholar, writer and anti-fascist activist.                   

Daut Boriçi

Daut Boriçi 2 Mulla Daut Efendi Boriçi (Turkish: Davut Şükrü Efendi,, was an Albanian scholar, müderris and nationalist figure of the Albanian National Awakening. For most of his life he was involved in the Ottoman educational system and is remembered for his Albanian primer in the Arabic alphabet of 1861, and his leadership during the League of Prizren.

Franz Nopcsa von Felső-Szilvás

Franz Nopcsa von Felső-Szilvás 2 Baron Franz Nopcsa von Felső-Szilvás was a Hungarian aristocrat, adventurer, scholar, geologist, paleontologist and albanologist. He is widely regarded as one of the founders of paleobiology, and first described the theory of insular dwarfism. He was also a specialist on Albanian studies and completed the first geological map of northern Albania.

Myslym Shyri

Myslym Shyri 2 Myslym Shyri ka qenë hamall, u angazhua me LANÇ-in në çetën e Pezës duke rënë më pas dëshmor. Pas vdekjes më 1969 me propozim të Byrosë Politike dhe Komitetit Qendor u vendos të nderohej me titullin Hero i popullit.

Bilal Xhaferi

Bilal Xhaferi 2 Bilal Xhaferi, often referred to as Bilal Xhaferri, was an Albanian writer and political dissident against the Albanian communist regime. He is seen as the representative poet of the Albanian Chameria.

Gjin Bua Shpata

Gjin Bua Shpata 2 Gjin Bua Shpata was an Albanian ruler in Western Greece with the title of Despot. Together with Pjetër Losha, he led raids into Epirus, Acarnania and Aetolia in 1358. He was recognized as Despot by the titular Eastern Roman Emperor in the early 1360s and ruled Aetolia (1360s–?), Angelokastron (?–1399), Naupactus (1378–1399), and Arta (1370s–1399). He was born sometime in the first half of the 14th century in Epirus, as his father was a ruler in the region.

Giulio Variboba

Giulio Variboba 2 Giulio Variboba was an Arbëresh poet that gave an important contribution to the literature in the Albanian language.

Jorgjia Filçe-Truja

Jorgjia Filçe-Truja 2 Jorgjia Filçe-Truja was an Albanian soprano. She was one of the icons of the Albanian urban lyrical music, and one of the main contributors for the establishment of the Academy of Arts of Albania.

Jakov Xoxa

Jakov Xoxa 2 Jakov Xoxa was an author from Albania of the 20th century.                                         

Mikel Koliqi

Mikel Koliqi 2 Mikel Koliqi was an Albanian cardinal and priest of the Roman Catholic Church. He was born and died in Shkodër (Shkodra), Albania. At the time of his death, he was the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, and was also the last living cardinal to have been born in the 19th century.

Qamil Guranjaku

Qamil Guranjaku 2 Qamil Guranjaku (1914-1949) ka lindur në Elbasan më 1914. Aty kreu dhe mësimet e para në shkollën e mesme. Pasi mbaroi shkollën pedagogjike për disa vjet punoi mësues (1933–1943). Që në bangat e shkollës së mesme nisi të merrej me letërsi. Një pjesë të krijimeve të veta i botoi në gazetat e revistat e kohës. Pas pushtimit fashist të vendit, Qamil Guranjaku u bashkua me luftëtarët e lirisë dhe ishte një nga drejtuesit e brigadës së 17 sulmuese. Edhe pse në kushte të vështira, gjatë luftës ai nuk e ndau penën nga dora dhe shkroi shumë tregime, vjersha etj. ,për trimërinë dhë heroizmin e shokëve të vet. Pas çlirimit Qamili punoi kryeredaktor i gazetës “Luftëtari” dhe më pas në Ministrinë e Arsimit ku u muar me përgatitjen e teksteve shkollore. Nga mesi i viteve '40 gjer në fillim të viteve '50, në shkollat tona punohej me antologjitë e përgatitura prej tij. Qamil Guranjaku vdiq shumë i ri, në vitin 1949, dhe sa qe gjallë mundi të botojë vetëm një libër, që e titulloi “Lulet e mia” (1944). Në të përmblodhi krijimet për të rriturit. Pas vdekjes së tij, nën kujdesin e shkrimtarit Moisi Zaloshnja, u botuan dy libra të autorit: “Xixëllonjat e vogla” dhe “Dhjetë ditë pa bukë”.

Pashko Vasa

Pashko Vasa 2 Pashko Vasa, known as Vaso Pasha or Wassa Pasha, was an Albanian writer, poet and publicist of the Albanian National Awakening, and Ottoman mutasarrif of Mount Lebanon Mutasarrifate from 1882 until his death.

Luigj Gurakuqi

Luigj Gurakuqi 2 Luigj Gurakuqi was an Albanian writer and politician. He was an important figure of the Albanian National Awakening and was honoured with the People's Hero of Albania medal.

Abdi Toptani

Abdi Toptani 2 Abdi Toptani was a 19th-century Albanian politician. He was one of the signatories of the Albanian Declaration of Independence along with his relative Murat. He served as Minister of Finances in the Provisional Government of Albania, and in Prince Wied's cabinet. In the Congress of Lushnjë he became one of the regents of Albania.

Vrana (military commander)

Vrana (military commander) 2 Vrana, historically known as Vrana Konti was an Albanian military leader who was distinguished in the Albanian-Turkish Wars as one of the commanders of Gjergj Kastrioti Skanderbeg, of whom he was one of the closest councillors. He probably belonged to the class of small lords who were tied to the Kastrioti family and possibly belonged to a common lineage (fis) with them. In his youth, he fought as a mercenary in the armies of Alfonso the Magnanimous. The term conte ("count") with which he became known in historical accounts didn't refer to an actual title he held, but to his status as a figure of importance.

Mustafa Lleshi

Mustafa Lleshi 2 Mustafa Lleshi was an Albanian anti-fascist hero of World War II.                                   

Sali Butka

Sali Butka 2 Sali Butka, was an Albanian nationalist figure, revolutionary kachak, poet, and one of the delegates of the city of Korçë to the Albanian National Congress of Lushnjë. He was a well-known leader of an armed çeta band of Albanian fighters during the early 1900's.

Mujo Ulqinaku

Mujo Ulqinaku 2 Mujo Ulqinaku was an Albanian sergeant of the Royal Albanian Navy, known for his resistance on 7 April 1939 to the Italian forces during the Italian invasion of Albania. He was given the People's Hero of Albania award posthumously.

Kolë Idromeno

Kolë Idromeno 2 Nikoll Idromeno, better known as Kolë Idromeno, was an Albanian painter, sculptor, architect, photographer, cinematographer, composer and engineer during the Albanian Renaissance in the nineteenth century. He is widely regarded as a precursor of both realism and landscape art in Albania.

Hadji Alia

Hadji Alia 2 Hadji Alia or Haxhi Aliu Ulqinaku (1569–1625) was an Albanian pirate lord from Ulcinj, originating from Calabria.

Eshref Frashëri

Eshref Frashëri 2 Eshref Effendy Frasheri, also referred to as Eshtref Bey Frashëri, was an Albanian politician. He served as co-Chairman of the National Council of Albania from 1921 until 1923 and Deputy Chairman 1932-1938.

Frederik Shiroka

Frederik Shiroka 2 Frederik Shiroka ka qenë mjek kirurg me kontribut të madh dhe vetëmohues. Për 30 vjetorin e vdekjes së tij, dr. Petrit Gaçe e quajti "themelues të kirurgjisë shkencore shqiptare".

Hasan Tahsini

Hasan Tahsini 2 Hoxhë Hasan Tahsini or simply Hoxha Tahsim was an Albanian alim, astronomer, mathematician and philosopher. He was the first rector of Istanbul University and one of the founders of the Central Committee for Defending Albanian Rights. Tahsini is regarded as one of the most prominent scholars of the Ottoman Empire of the 19th century.

Siri Kodra

Siri Kodra 2 Siri Kodra ka qenë veprimtar i LANÇ-it në rezistencën shqiptare gjatë Luftës së Dytë Botërore, duke rënë dëshmor i rezistencës.

Dervish Hekali

Dervish Hekali 2 Dervish Hekali lindi më 12 prill 1912, në fshatin Hekal të Mallakastrës.                           

Mehmed Pasha Bushati

Mehmed Pasha Bushati 2 Mehmed Pasha Bushati was the governor of the Pashalik of Scutari and founder of the Bushatli dynasty of Shkodër

Petro Nini Luarasi

Petro Nini Luarasi 2 Petro Nini Luarasi was an Albanian rilindas activist, Christian orthodox priest, teacher and journalist. His father, Nini Petro Kostallari, had also been active in the Albanian National Revival as a publicist and teacher.

Kadri Roshi

Kadri Roshi 2 Kadri Roshi was an Albanian actor. He was named a People's Artist of Albania.                       

Margarita Tutulani

Margarita Tutulani 2 Margarita Tutulani was an anti-fascist activist of Albania during World War II. Her brutal death inspired many to join the resistance against fascism in Albania.

Kajo Karafili

Kajo Karafili 2 Orhan Kajo Karafili i njohur si Kajo Karafili ka qenë një i jashtëligjshëm përgjatë Mbretërisë Shqiptare, anëtar dhe atentator i Lëvizjes Nacional-Çlirimtare gjatë Luftës së Dytë Botërore. Nga historiografia komuniste u portretizua si një nga të rënët e rezistencës shqiptare.

Lord Byron

Lord Byron 2 George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron was a British poet and peer. He is one of the major figures of the Romantic movement, and is regarded as being among the greatest of English poets. Among his best-known works are the lengthy narratives Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage; much of his shorter lyrics in Hebrew Melodies also became popular.

Michael Tarchaniota Marullus

Michael Tarchaniota Marullus 2 Michael Tarchaniota Marullus was a Greek Renaissance scholar, Neo-Latin poet, humanist and soldier.

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great 2 Alexander III of Macedon, most commonly known as Alexander the Great, was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon. He succeeded his father Philip II to the throne in 336 BC at the age of 20 and spent most of his ruling years conducting a lengthy military campaign throughout Western Asia, Central Asia, parts of South Asia, and Egypt. By the age of 30, he had created one of the largest empires in history, stretching from Greece to northwestern India. He was undefeated in battle and is widely considered to be one of history's greatest and most successful military commanders.

Hiqmet Delvina

Hiqmet Delvina 2 Hiqmet Delvina bég albán politikus, 1928-ban négy hónapig igazságügy-miniszterként Albánia kormányfője.

Rrapo Hekali

Rrapo Hekali 2 Rrapo Hekali (?-1847) was an Albanian revolutionary born in Hekal, Mallakaster. He is famous for his role in Albanian revolt of 1847. After those events he was captured and prisoned by Ottoman forces. He died in the end of December 1847 in the Ottoman prison of Manastir.

Milan Šufflay

Milan Šufflay 2 Milan Šufflay was a Croatian historian and politician. He was one of the founders of Albanology and the author of the first Croatian science fiction novel. As a Croatian nationalist, he was persecuted in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and his murder subsequently caused an internationally publicized affair.

Robert Shvarc

Robert Shvarc 2 Robert Shvarc born in Sarajevo, Bosnia, was an Albanian translator, writer and poet, recognized as one of the best translators from German of the 20th century and beginning of new millennium. His mother was from Elbasan and his Jewish father was from Austria, and they lived in Shkodër, Albania. There, Robert Shvarc grew up as a lover of his Albanian mother's language and is the first who brought to the Albanian reader some masterpieces of literature such as the novels of Gabriel García Márquez, Erich Maria Remarque, Lion Feuchtwanger, dramas of Bertolt Brecht; books of poetry from Goethe, Schiller, and Heine. Also Shvarc translated into German many books of prominent Albanian poets and writers.

Shefqet Musaraj

Shefqet Musaraj 2 Shefqet Musaraj bio je albanski pisac i publicist.                                                 

Xhanfise Keko

Xhanfise Keko 2 Xhanfise Keko, born in Gjirokastër, Albania, was an Albanian film director.                         

Hasan Rıza Pasha

Hasan Rıza Pasha 2 Hasan Rıza Pasha was a general in the Ottoman Army.                                                 

Zef Jubani

Zef Jubani 2 Zef Jubani or Giuseppe Jubany in Italian was an Albanian folklorist and activist of the Albanian National Awakening. He is known for the publication of a Collection of Albanian Folk Songs and Rhapsodies in the Gheg Albanian dialect. Jubani advocated the creation of a unique alphabet of the Albanian language. For his political activities, which often were anti-clericalist, Jubani was denounced to the Holy See by the Jesuit missionaries of Shkodër.


Skanderbeg 2 Gjergj Kastrioti, commonly known as Skanderbeg, was an Albanian feudal lord and military commander who led a rebellion against the Ottoman Empire in what is today Albania, North Macedonia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia.

Pashk Gjeçi

Pashk Gjeçi 2 Pashk Gjeçi ka qenë poet, publicist, kritik, arsimtar dhe përkthyes shqiptar. U shqua për përkthimet e veprave të autorëve klasikë, si Komedinë Hyjnore të Dantes, Odisenë e Homerit, pjesën e parë të Faustit të Gëtes si dhe Andromakën e Atalinë e Rasinit.

Gjon Buzuku

Gjon Buzuku 2 Gjon Buzuku was an Albanian Catholic priest and a prominent Old Albanian author, who wrote the first known printed book in Albanian. Commonly referred to as the Missal, this book is considered an important monument of Albanian studies, being the oldest source for studying the Albanian language.

Inajete Dumi

Inajete Dumi 2 Inajete Dumi ka qenë veprimtare e Frontit Nacional-Çlirimtar gjatë rezistencës shqiptare. E rënë gjatë Operacionit të Dimrit, u shpall nga regjimi komunist "Heroinë e Popullit".

Petro Marko

Petro Marko 2 Petro Marko was an Albanian writer. His best-known novel is titled Hasta La Vista and recounts his experiences as a volunteer of the Republican forces during the Spanish Civil War. Petro Marko is widely regarded as one of the founding fathers of modern Albanian prose.


Allah 2 Allah is the common Arabic word for God. In the English language, the word generally refers to God in Islam. The word is thought to be derived by contraction from al-ilāh, which means "the god", and is linguistically related to the Aramaic words Elah and Syriac ܐܲܠܵܗܵܐ (ʼAlāhā) and the Hebrew word El (Elohim) for God.

Kostandin Kristoforidhi

Kostandin Kristoforidhi 2 Kostandin Nelko, known as Kostandin Kristoforidhi, was an Albanian translator and scholar. He is mostly known for having translated the New Testament into Albanian for the first time in the Gheg Albanian dialect in 1872. He also provided a translation in Tosk Albanian in 1879 thereby improving the 1823 tosk version of Vangjel Meksi. By providing translation in both dialects, he has the merit of founding the basis of the unification of both dialects into a national language.

Vangjush Furxhi

Vangjush Furxhi 2 Vangjush Furxhi ishte aktor i famshëm shqiptar.                                                     

Nikollë Filja

Nikollë Filja 2 Nikollë Filja was an Arbëreshë Byzantine rite priest, and writer of the 18th century, who is known for his translations of biblical fragments into Arbëresh for children, as well as an Arbëreshë folklorist. The Figlia (Filja) family is a known Arbëreshë one from Mezzojuso in Sicily, who were originally settlers from Filati in Chameria, today's northern Greece.

Shefqet Ndroqi

Shefqet Ndroqi 2 Shefqet Ndroqi mban titullin shkencor Profesor dhe Doktor, mjek ftiziatër, kirurg, drejtues i lartë dhe organizues i sistemit shëndetsor të Sanatoriumit të Tiranës ose Spitalit Universitar të Sëmundjeve të Mushkërive pas Luftës së Dytë Botërore, është lindur në 21 Mars 1912 në Tiranë dhe ndërroi jetë 23 shkurt 2001. Doktor Shefqet Ndroqi njihet ndryshe si babai i Pneumologjia shqiptare.

Ramadan Zaskoci

Ramadan Zaskoci 2 Ramadan Zaskoci nga Mamzi, i dalluar në lëvizjen antiosmane e antiserbe në vitet 1876-1914, mori pjesë në lëvizjen kundër Mehmet Ali pashë Maxharrit në Prizren e Gjakovë (1878) dhe në mbrojtjen e tokave shqiptare nga shovenistët malazezë (1879) si dhe në luftimet kundër ushtrive osmane (1881), por sidomos në krye të malësorëve lumjanë, bashkë me krerë të tjerë, në luftimet kundër forcave osmane që hynë në Lumë në dhjetëvjeçarin e parë të shekullit të 20 dhe atyre serbe në nëntor 1912.

Hysen Çino

Hysen Çino 2 Hysen Çino Hero i popullit.                                                                         

Sheh Ahmet Pazari

Sheh Ahmet Pazari 2 Ahmet Pazari ose Sheh Meta ka qenë shejh i tarikatit Halveti, si i vëllai Xhemal Ali Pazari.       

Vasil Shanto

Vasil Shanto 2 Vasil Shanto, called Vasko was one of the founders of the Albanian Communist Party. He was the leader, along with Qemal Stafa, of the Shkodër communist group. One of the delegates of the party, he was frequently sent to meet with the Yugoslavian Communist Party.

Stanisław Zuber

Stanisław Zuber 2 Stanisław Zuber was a Polish geologist, specialist in the geology of oil deposits, as well as the regional and raw geology of Albania.

Nicola Chetta

Nicola Chetta 2 Nicola Chetta, was an Arbëresh writer and priest. He was born in Contessa Entellina, Sicily. He was educated at the Greek Orthodox seminary in Palermo. In 1777, Keta himself became rector of the seminary. As a poet, he wrote both religious and secular verse in Albanian and Greek, and has the honour of having composed the first Albanian sonnet (1777).

Marin Barleti

Marin Barleti 2 Marin Barleti was a historian, humanist and Catholic priest from Shkodër. He is considered the first Albanian historian because of his 1504 eyewitness account of the 1478 siege of Shkodra. Barleti is better known for his second work, a biography on Skanderbeg, translated into many languages in the 16th to the 20th centuries.
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