Monday, June 6, 2016

Ohrid Lake featured in well-known Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera

Ohrid Lake divides Albania from Macedonia; it's just smaller than Garda lake, Italy...

It is a lake of 4 million years age, an area slightly smaller than Garda Lake (Italy) with a unique ecosystem in Europe, which has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also a pond where you overlook the historical and political rivals of the past - Albania and Macedonia - as it is now considered by both a treasure to be preserved. This is the Lake Ohrid, located on the border between the two Balkan states. The Lake Ohrid is about four hours drive from Tirana, a great refuge from the hot summer since the average temperature here does not exceed 27 degrees.

Since ancient times, the region is known to be a place for holidays and relaxation rather than a strategic position to advance in the wars or dominate others.

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