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Skanderbeg Museum in albania- amazing for breathtaking places in albania
The Skanderbeg Museum is in Krujë, Albania. It honors George Kastrioti Skanderbeg (1405–1466), a national hero of Albania. The museum is located inside Krujë Castle and the restored bazaar. The citadel includes a restored house from the Ottoman era that is now the Ethnographic Museum. For more detail, please go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skanderbeg_Museum Skanderbeg Museum in albania amazing for breathtaking places in albania Top amazing places to travel in albania
Gjergj Kastrioti-SKANDERBEG
George Kastrioti Skanderbeg (Albanian: Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu; 1405 -- 17 January 1468), widely known as Skanderbeg (from Turkish: İskender Bey, meaning "Lord Alexander", or "Leader Alexander"), was a 15th-century Albanian nobleman.[D] He was appointed as the governor of the Sanjak of Dibra by the Ottomans in 1440. In 1444, he initiated and organized the League of Lezhë, which proclaimed him Chief of the League of the Albanian people, and defended the region of Albania against the Ottoman Empire for more than two decades.[1] Skanderbeg's military skills presented a major obstacle to Ottoman expansion, and he was considered by many in western Europe to be a model of Christian resistance against the Ottoman Muslims. Skanderbeg is Albania's most important national hero and a key figure of the Albanian National Awakening.
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Helmet of Scanderbek "Museum of Arms"Vienna Austria përkrenarja e Skenderbeut
Helmet of the warrior king of Albania George Kastrioti nicknamed in honor of Alexander the great by Ottomans "SCANDERBEK" this fragment was taped during our visit to this fantastic museum in Wien,Austria...
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SHPATA dhe Perkrenarja e Gjergj Kastriotit (SKENDERBEUT) ne Vjen (Wien)
Visita ne National Bibliotheken ne Wien te Shpata dhe Perkrenarja e Legjendarit Gjergj Kastriotit SKENDERBEU. Një udhëtim privat në qarqet e shokëve dhe familjes. Ein privater besuch im kreise der Familie und Freunden in der National Bibliothek Wien. Das Ziel der Excusion war das legendäre Schwert von Gjergj Kastrioti(dt.Georg Kastriota), wir besichtigten das originale und legendäre Schwert und den originalen Helm vom 14Jhr von Gjergj Kastrioti (dt. Georg Kastriota). Der Albanische Nationalheld Gjergj Kastrioti (dt. Georg Kastriota) genannt Skenderbeg lebte von 1405 - 1468. Er war ein albanischer Fürst. Skenderbeg ist durch seine Verteidigung Albaniens gegen die Osmanen berühmt geworden und wird bis heute und bis in alle Ewigkeit als HELD verehrt. Er wurde im 15.Jahrhunder vom Papst als Athleta Christi bezeichnet durch seine verdienste im Kampf gegen die Osmanen(Türken). Er hatte ständig 300 starke Albanische krieger um sich herum und kämpfte gegen 30.000-150.000 Osmanen(Türken), dass machte ihn zu etwas "übermenschlichen" meiner Meinung nach ein "Krieger Gottes". Skenderbeg wurde schon zur Lebzeiten in ganz Europa berühmt und ist bis heute der einzigste Nationalheld für den außerhalb seines eigenen Landes noch 5 weiter Europäischen Länder Denkmal Statuen in zu Ehren errichtet haben zu den Ländern zählen..(Italien(Rom), Belgien(Brüssel), Mazedonien(Skopje), Schweiz(Genf), Kosova (Prishtina) und natürlich auch sein eigenes Land Albanien (Tirana) Das Original Schwert und der Helm von Skenderbeg sind das einzigste was uns von ihm geblieben ist und deshalb für uns was ganz besonderes, wenn nicht sogar etwas heiliges. Lang lebe unser König Gjergj Kastrioti...!!!!! Anschrift der National Bibliothek in Wien Instruksione: Postadresse: Josefsplatz 1, 1015 Wien Telefon: -201, -202, -204 Per Informata: [email protected] Für den Inhalt ist KASTRO-ENTERTAINMENT ©2010 verantwortlich. Quelle Wikipedia 2010
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Skanderbeg - Illyrian Albanian Hero
This is the history of the proud Illyrian Albanian hero, Skanderbeg who fought against the Ottoman Turk Muslim invasion of Albania and Kosovo and was well known to be one of the best and bravest soldier in the whole Balkans.
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London Statue unveiling ceremony of Albania's National Hero George Kastriotis Skanderbeg
London Statue unveiling ceremony of Albania's National Hero George Kastriotis Skanderbeg
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Albania - Kruja "Skanderbeg Museum"
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Armët e Skënderbeut ne Muze - Vizion Plus - News - Lajme
Ne pamjen e sheshit para Muzet Historik Kombëtar këtë te enjte, teksa brenda këtyre ambienteve, ekspozoheshin për here te pare armët e Skënderbeut. Te kthyera ne Shqipëri pas 5 shekujsh, me një siguracion qe kap vlerën e 35 milion eurove, shpatat dhe përkrenarja kult e heroit kombëtar, Gjergj Kastriot Skënderbeut u shfaqen nen masa te rrepta sigurie duke udhëtuar nga Muzeu i Arteve ne Vjene. Por edhe pse këtë te enjte, ishte vetëm çelja zyrtare e ekspozitës interesi i madh i njerëzve jashtë muzeut kombëtar shfaqej qartazi. Ndaj vetëm te ftuarit e ceremonisë munden te shkrepnin imazhe te objekteve kult, te cilat monitorohen përmes kamerave direkt e ne Vjene. Nga dita e premte, e për 45 dite radhazi te gjithë shqiptaret do te mund te hynë falas nga ora 10 deri ne orën 17.00 ne Muzeun Kombëtar. Ajo çka njerëzit do te shohin janë: Përkrenarja mitike me peshe 3 mije grame, e qe rrethohet nga një mbishkrim mbi Skënderbeun. Shpata e vogël, 1900 gram me mbishkrim "Heroi i Perëndisë, Iskander Beg" si dhe shpata e madhe 3.2 kilogramë ne te cilën deri ne vitin 1932 sipas historianeve dukeshin ende njollat e gjakut. Ne ekspozite shfaqen gjithashtu një gravure e vitit 1601 si dhe flete te një kodeksi mbi jetën e Heroit Kombëtar. We look first National History Museums Square this Thursday, as within these environments, displaying for the first time Skanderbeg weapons. Returned to Albania after 5 centuries, with an insurance amount to 35 million euros, swords and helmet cult of national hero, George Kastriot Skanderbeg appeared under strict security measures while traveling from the Museum of Fine Arts in Vienna. But although this Thursday was only the official opening of the exhibition the great interest of people outside the national museum displayed clearly. Only to guests of the ceremony can be shkrepnin images of cult objects, which are monitored by cameras directly in Vienna. Friday day, for 45 consecutive days all Albanians will be able to enter for free from 10 am to 17.00 pm National Museum. What people will see are: mythical helmet weighing 3 thousand grams, surrounded by the inscription on Scanderbeg. Small sword, 1900 grams with the inscription "God hero, Iskander Beg" and big swords 3.2 kilograms in which up to 1932 according to historians seemed still blood stains. We also show an exhibition gravure year 1601 as well as a sheet of code over the life of the national hero.
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Skenderbeg's sword and helmet
In Viena/Wien at a museum Skenberbeg's sword and helmet. Fascinating.
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Muzeu Kombetar i Krujes "Gjergj Kastriot Skenderbeu" 3D
Muzeu Kombetar i Krujes "Gjergj Kastriot Skenderbeu"
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Who is ? Gjergj Kastrioti Skanderbeg Đurađ Kastriot Skender-Beg Ђурађ Кастриот Скендербег Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu 6 May 1405 17 January 1468 Skenderbeg was a prominent historical figure of Serbian origin and he is only Albanian hero. ---------------------------------- Skenderbeg's father was Ivan Kastriot (Kastriotich) and his mother Vojislava (Serbian princess) Skenderbeg's grandfather was Jovan Kastriot. Skenderbeg's brother Reposh was Serbian Orthodox Priest and his father Ivan was buried in Serbian Orthodox Monastery Hilandar Mount Athos Greece. With his native Serbian language, George Kastriot speak and Turkish language. ................ Quote: In Albania, a prince of Serb origin, George Kastriotovoitch Skenderbeg, fought the Turks with great valour as the prince Count Leopold Ranke History of the Servian People, 1848, Leipzig, Germany .................................. Quote: Skenderbeg, a personally brave man was of Serb descent and was so useful, that he was respected by the Albanians,as well ................ He was the son of Ivan Kastrioti. His mother was Vojislava, daughter of the Prince of Polog ** Skenderbegs family was of Serb descent and married to Danica daughter of Vojvoda Golem. ... L. Defenbah, Zeine Familie War Slavishen Ursprungs, Berlin, Germany, 1895. ... The Catholic Albanian priest Marini Barleci says that Skenderbeg wore Serb clothing and wrote in Serb letters and Italian ... Kacic Miosic (Croatian scribe), 17th Century .... The Turks took Đurađ together with his brothers as hostages. Skanderbeg converted from Christianity to Islam ,completed the military school at Adrianople (Adrianople) and has fought for the Turkish army, and claimed many victories of the Ottoman Empire. ... For his military merit, was given the title Iskander Bey. comparing the warrior skill of Kastrioti with Alexander the Great ...However, when John Hunyadi defeated the Turks at Niš 1443rd year, Skanderbeg abandoned the Turks he returned to todays Albania, and again accepted Christianity. From there he led a merciless struggle against the Ottoman Empire. ....Albanians were one of the biggest allies of the Turks... today albanians think about Skendebeg like one of there biggest hero only becuse...... he lived in one part of today's albania...Skenderbeg is Christian Hero.... Skenderbeg is Serbian
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Skanderbeg Line
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SCANDERBEG The warrior King( English Version)
IN*PE*RA*TO*RE BR Jesus of Nazareth-*-Blesses-*-Prince of Emathia--*-King of Albania-*-Terror of the Ottomans-*-King of Epirus-*-
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George Castriota (Gjergj Kastrioti) Albanian Hero and of the Western European Christianity
- Albanian Christian song ...) - Shqipëri-Arbëri† - një nga bastionet më të vjetra të krishtërimit. Predikuar këtu dhe të bekuar vendin e Apostullit Pal. Por kjo mënyrë ka ndodhur që kisha dhe të besimit të krishterë ka qenë ndoshta persekutimet më të tmerrshme në histori. - Albania† - one of the oldest bastions of Christendom. Preached here and blessed the place of the Apostle Paul. But it so happened that the church and Christian faith has been perhaps the most terrible persecutions in history. - Албания† - один из самых древних оплотов христианства. Тут проповедовал и освятил эту землю апостол Павел. Но случилось так, что именно здесь и Церковь, и вера Христова подверглись едва ли не самым устрашающим гонениям за всю историю.
vita e morte di skanderbeg
corteo lungo il centro storico di Lungro, in occasione della rievocazione storica della vita di G.Kastriota Skanderbeg
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Jhezus Nazarenus * Principi Emathie * Regi Albaniae * Terrori Osmanorum * Regi Epirotarum * Benedictat Te ZOTI BEKOFTE ARBERORET
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Skanderbeg King Of Albania
Skanderbeg König Albaniens
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Re: Georgios Kastriotis "The Manipulators"(First Part)
This is the answer to the video "Georgios Kastriotis" and "Georgios Kastriotis 2, Greek Medieval Hero" of CaossHellas YouTube user and for all those anti-albanian who dislike our Existence. A son of John (Gjon) Kastrioti, prince of Emathia (Mat), George was early given as hostage to the Turkish sultan. Converted to Islām and educated at Edirne, Turkey, he was given the name Iskander—after Alexander the Great—and the rank of bey (hence Skanderbeg) by Sultan Murad II. During the defeat of the Turks at Niš (1443), Skanderbeg abandoned the Turkish service and joined his Albanian countrymen against the forces of Islām. He embraced Christianity, reclaimed his family possessions, and in 1444 organized a league of Albanian princes, over which he was appointed commander in chief. In the period 1444--66 he effectively repulsed 13 Turkish invasions, his successful resistance to the armies of Murad II in 1450 making him a hero throughout the Western world. Through the years he elicited some support from Naples, Venice, and the papacy and was named by Pope Calixtus III captain general of the Holy See. In 1463 he secured an alliance with Venice that helped launch a new offensive against the Turks. Until the end of his life he continued to resist successfully all Turkish invasions. Within a few years of his death, however, his citadel at Krujë had fallen (1478), and Albania passed into several centuries of obscurity under Turkish rule. TAG+ Albania Shqiperia Kosova Kosovo Greek Hellas Serbia Montenegra Cerna Gora Makedonia Macedonia Italy Italia Napoli Naples Arberesh Albanesi Albanese Albanians Hero Skenderbeg Gjergj Kastrioti George Giorgio Castriota Joanis Kastriotis Iskander Alexander . shkoder skadar scutari lezh kruj tirane durres elbasan korce vlore sarand epiri north epirus chame cam cameri prishtin ulcin tetov shkup pej gjilan shqipetar shqiperi europe evrope europ bizant istambul Athene athine beograd.
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la vita di skanderbeg
rievocazione storica della vita e morte di G.Kastriota Skanderbeg
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The helmet of Scanderbeg * IN * PE * RA * TO * RE * BT *
The helmet och Scanderbeg Skanderbeg's helmet is made of white metal, adorned with a strip dressed in gold. On its top lies the head of a horned goat made of bronze, also dressed in gold. The bottom part bears a copper strip adorned with a monogram separated by rosettes * IN * PE * RA * TO * RE * BT *, which means: Jhezus Nazarenus * Principi Emathie * Regi Albaniae * Terrori Osmanorum * Regi Epirotarum * Benedictat Te (Jesus Nazarene Blesses Thee [Skanderbeg], Prince of Mat, King of Albania, Terror of the Ottomans, King of Epirus). Thus the inscriptions on the helmet may refer to the unsettled name by which Albania was known at the time, as a means to identify Skanderbeg's leadership over all Albanians across regional denominative identifications. Turkish: Arnaut, Greek: Arbanas, Arbanensis, Italian: Albanian, Epirotarum, Albanensis, Albanian: Arber, Arberesh, Epirotas.[1]) The first element which commands attention is the meaning and symbolism of the horned goat on the helmet. It is difficult to assess with certainty what the horned goat might signify. It might be explained by the cult of the wild goat, the symbol of the "zana" or goddess "Diana".Note: Dhi-ana; Lady of the Goats in Albanian. The 'Z', 'D', 'Th' shift is vey common like Zeus, Deus, Theos. There are signs indicating that the cult of the wild goat is very ancient. The Roman writer and historian of the I-II century A.D., S. Suetom Tanquilli (De Vita Caesarum, L.II, 12, 94.) writes that the Roman Emperor Augustus, after putting down the Illyrian revolt of Bato, cut a coin bearing the head of a horned goat to celebrate the victory There is another possible explanation with serious historical ramifications. According to a report by historians Kamus-al-Alam maintains that the wording "Dhu lKarnejn" (owner of the two horns) was an appellative attributed to Alexander the Great of Macedon, the very name which Skanderbeg bore This second explanation may be the truer, since the theory of the Macedonian-Albanian and Epirot-Albanian continuance is strong Marin Barleti who writes: "When the people saw all those young and brave men around Skanderbeg, then it was not hard to believe that the armies of [Sultan] Murat were so defeated by the Albanians. Indeed, the times when the star of Macedon shone brilliantly had returned, just as they seemed in those long forgotten times of Pyrrhus and Alexander."
Skenderbeg Energia
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Gjergj Kastrioti  Skenderbeu - Masakra e Muslimanve
Po perseritet historia Ndersa Rolin e Skenderbeut po e merr Amerika
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Skanderbeg's Military Expedition In Italy - 1460
Skanderbeg's Italian expedition (1460--1462) was undertaken to aid his ally Ferdinand I of Naples, whose rulership was threatened by the Angevin Dynasty. George Kastrioti Skanderbeg was the ruler of Albania (Latin: dominus Albaniae) who had been leading a rebellion against the Ottoman Empire since 1443 and allied himself with several Western European monarchs in order to consolidate his domains. In 1458, Alfonso V of Aragon, ruler of Sicily and Naples and Skanderbeg's most important ally, died, leaving his illegitimate son, Ferdinand, on the Neapolitan throne; René d'Anjou, the French Duke of Anjou, laid claim to the throne. The conflict between René's and Ferdinand's supporters soon erupted into a civil war. Pope Calixtus III, of Spanish background himself, could do little to secure Ferdinand, so he turned to Skanderbeg for aid. In 1457, Skanderbeg had achieved his most famous victory over the Ottoman Empire at Albulena (Ujëbardha), which was received with great enthusiasm throughout Italy. In order to repay Alfonso for the financial and military assistance given to him years before, Skanderbeg took up the pope's pleas to help out Alfonso's son by sending a military expedition to Italy. Before leaving, Skanderbeg tried to negotiate a ceasefire with Sultan Mehmed II, the conqueror of Constantinople, to ensure his domain's safety. Mehmed had not declared a truce and he was still sending his armies against Bosnia and the Morea. It was not until 1459, after Mehmed's conquest of Serbia, that Mehmed not only declared a truce, but also a three-year ceasefire with Skanderbeg. This gave Skanderbeg his opportunity to send his men to Italy. Due to fears of an approaching Ottoman army, Skanderbeg first sent his nephew, Constantine, with 500 cavalry to Barletta. They were incorporated into Ferdinand's forces to combat his Angevin rivals. They held back their enemy for a year, but did not gain much ground until Skanderbeg arrived in September 1461. Before reaching Italy, Skanderbeg visited Ragusa (Dubrovnik) to convince its rectors to help fund his campaign. Meanwhile, his men landed in Italy and Angevin forces lifted their siege on Barletta. Upon arriving, Skanderbeg continued to pursue his ally's enemies with great success. Ferdinand's adversaries thus began to retreat from his territories and Skanderbeg went back to Albania; a troop of his men stayed until Ferdinand managed to finally defeat the pretenders to his throne at the Battle of Orsara, although it is not known if Skanderbeg's men participated. In 1456, Skanderbeg's ally, Janos Hunyadi, died, and his son, Mathias Corvinus, was crowned King of Hungary. Hunyadi had been an advocate for an offensive war against the Ottoman Empire, whereas the Hungarian nobility and his son promoted a defensive war. The next year, however, George Kastrioti Skanderbeg defeated a sizable Ottoman force at the Battle of Albulena (Ujëbardha). Rome had been desperately waiting for such a victory after the Siege of Belgrade, as Pope Calixtus III had wanted to assure himself of the feasibility of a crusade before declaring one. Calixtus thus named Skanderbeg the Captain-General of the Curia; to secure the pope's interests, Skanderbeg sent twelve Turkish prisoners of war that had been captured at Albulena to Rome. Despite seeing his forces defeated the year before, Sultan Mehmed II prepared another force to be sent into Albania. The country had been obstructing his ambitions for empire in the West and he grew restless to defeat Skanderbeg. Skanderbeg sent delegations to several Western European states to convince them to stop fighting each other and unite for Calixtus' crusade. On 27 September 1458, Alfonso V of Aragon, Skanderbeg's most important and helpful ally after the stipulation of the Treaty of Gaeta, died. In 1448, as gesture of friendship with Alfonso, Skanderbeg sent a detachment of Albanian troops commanded by General Demetrios Reres to Crotone to quell a rebellion against Alfonso. The next year, many of these men were allowed to settle four villages in Sicily which Alfonso controlled. Upon hearing of his ally's death, Skanderbeg sent emissaries to the new King of Naples, Ferdinand I, to give condolence for his father's death, but also to congratulate him on his accession to the throne of Naples. The succession was not without turbulence, however: René d'Anjou laid claim to the throne since his family had controlled Naples before Aragon had taken control of it, and also because Ferdinand was Alfonso's illegitimate son. The Southern Italian nobility, many of Angevin background, supported René d'Anjou over the Aragonese Ferdinand. Among them was Giovanni Antonio del Balzo Orsini, the Prince of Taranto, and Jacopo Piccinino, a famed condottieri who had been invited by the Angevins. Francisco Sforza, the Duke of Milan, who was wary of a French presence in Italy, sided with Ferdinand and sent his nephew, Alessandro Sforza, to command his army in southern Italy
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La premiata bottega elettrica di Brunito & George Skanderbeg
@ Pernilla Modena tutti i venerdì italo disco, cosmic dancing, nu disco, electronica
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Skanderbeg Statue in Prishtina Kosova
George Kastrioti Skenderbeu known as Skanderbeg (1405 -- 1468), is one of the most prominent historical figures in the history of Albania and of the Albanian people. Skanderbeg successfully ousted the Ottoman Turks from his native land for over two decades, halting Turkey's efforts to spread Islam through a predominately Roman Catholic western Europe. Albanians fought one of the bloodiest wars in the Balkans to repulse the invasion of their ancient Illyrian homeland by the Ottoman Turks. The saga of Albanian resistance to the Ottoman Turks was written with the blood of many Albanian Kings and to their people. For a quarter of a century Skanderbeg and Albanian people prevented Turks from invading Western Europe. Thus stopping a Ottoman Islamic Europe which could have changed the history of the world. Enjoy the view!
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Anna Castriota - "Back to the Future : Italy and the coming back of radical nationalism"
Anna Castriota, Member of the Radicalism Group, Dept. of History, Northampton University (UK) - "Back to the Future : Italy and the coming back of radical nationalism"
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Interview with Dr. George Maria Castriota Scanderbeg !!
http://www.arbitalia.it/cultura/interventi/2008/dagostino_intervista_scanderbeg.htm The audio tracks are from the Arberesh music band Dhëndurët e Arbërit, the songs are "Një ditë u ndodha" and " Vjersh". Interview of the italian publisher Costanzo dAgostino, to Dr. Giorgio Maria Castriota Scanderbeg, direct descendant of the Albanian and European hero Gjergj Kastrioti Skanderbeg (Geor More..ge Castriota Scanderbeg). I 2bilderberg authorize every Albanian to upload my videos in their channel!!!
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4 - VIAJE A ALBANIA 🗺️ - Qué ver en Tirana, la capital de Albania y Skhöder
¿Qué ver y hacer en Albania? Consejos prácticos para planificar tu visita a Albania. 📍Tirana - Plaza Skanderbeg La plaza Skanderbeg debe su nombre al héroe nacional Albania: George Kastrioti Skanderbeg, que impidió la invasión otomana entre el 1444 y 1466. Tras su muerte, en 1468, los turcos consiguieron entrar en Albania donde se quedarían hasta 1912. 📍Tirana - Mezquita Et’hem Bay La pequeña sala de oración es una auténtica joya, aunque más que arquitectónica la importancia de esta mezquita es moral: durante el régimen comunista las iglesias y mezquitas del país fueron cerradas hasta que en el año 1991 10 mil musulmanes decidieron entrar a la fuerza en esta mezquita y ponerse a rezar. 📍Tirana - Museo Nacional de Historia De Albania Lo más famoso del museo, de todas formas, está en su fachada exterior: un mosaico, llamado “los Albaneses” representando la evolución de la sociedad albanesa desde los Ilirios hasta los revolucionarios comunistas del siglo XX. 📍Tirana - La Pirámide de Tirana Un edificio amado por muchos y odiado por otros tantos, pero sin duda curioso. La Pirámide fue construida por el deseo de la hija del ex líder comunista en 1988, con la idea de rendir homenaje a Hoxha, aunque el homenaje en si duró bien poco: en 1999, durante la Guerra de Kosovo, fue utilizado como base por la OTAN y más tarde se transformó en una discoteca llamada La Momia. 📍Tirana - El Bulevar Dëshmorët e Kombit Durante la ocupación de Albania durante la II Guerra Mundial, Mussolini decidió que necesitaba una gran calle donde poder organizar sus paradas militares: nació así el Boulevar Dëshmorët e Kombit. 📍Skhöder - Castillo de Razofa El castillo de Rozafa fue en su día un bastión ilirio y posteriormente se convirtió en fortaleza, siendo utilizada por los diferentes pueblos que gobernaron esta zona. En todo caso, lo que se conserva en la actualidad es de la época veneciana, esto es, de la Edad Media. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vídeo grabado en agosto de 2017
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Suite 'Skanderbeg'
Suita 'Skenderbeu' This Suite holds the name of Skanderben, the Albanian national Hero who fought against the Ottoman Empire.Known also as George Castriot Skanderbeg, a nobleman and military commander! The Sounds are Software made!
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BESA, The Albanian code of honor
Besa e Shqiptarit, The Albanian code of honor
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Ora News - Publikohet për herë të parë letërkëmbimi i rrallë i Skënderbeut me Papën
Subscribe në Ora News këtu http://bit.ly/1s5j7UT Në ambientet e Dhomës së Senatit Italian në Romë, Ambasada shqiptare në Vatikan ka publikuar për herë të parë lëtërkëmbimin e heroit tonë kombëtar Gjergj Kastrioti Skëndërbe me Papa Callisto i III. Ky letërkëmbim i përbërë nga gjashtë letra është marrë nga arkivat e Selisë së Shenjtë në Vatikan dhe u prezantua për të promovuar Vitin Kombëtar të Gjergj Kastriotit në konferencën shkencore "Rrënjët europiane të Shqipërisë së Gjergj Kastriota Skëndërbe". Gjatë jetës së tij, Gjergj Kastrioti Skëndërbeu vendosi marrëdhënie me tre Papa; Papa Nicola i V, Papa Callisto i III e Papa Pio i II. Mjaft intensiv qe ky raport me Papa Callisto i III, i cili dhe pse me një papat të shkurtër vetëm 3 vjeçar për shkak të moshës së tij të thyer, organizoi një kryqëzatë kundër turqve që më 1453 kishin pushtuar Konstadinopojën. Në gjashtë letrat e shkëmbyera mes Skëndërbeut e Papa Callisto i III, evidentohet roli i rëndësishëm e përpjekjet e heroit tonë kombëtar për të ndaluar avancimin e ushrisë turke në Europë. Për më shumë lexoni në: http://oranews.tv/article/publikohet-here-te-pare-leterkembimi-i-rralle-i-skenderbeut-me-papen
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Colonna Sonora dei Film in epoca Comunista d'Albania
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Shpata dhe Perkrenarja origjinale e Skenderbeut, Vjene, Austri, Exclusive 2010 [eCity.tk]
Shpata dhe Përkrenarja origjinale e Heroit tonë Kombëtar Gjergj Kastrioti Skenderbeut në Vjenë, Austri Fotografuar dhe filmuar në vjeshtë (2009) në kryeqytetin Austriak, Vjenë nga eCity.tk --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -||- Shkrimi në të majtë poshtë shpatës -||- A 550 ORIENTALISCHES SCHWERT Georg Kastriota zugeschrieben Naher Osten, 15, Jhdt. Zusammen mit dem Helm erwarb Ferdinand II. von Tirol auch das "Schwert del Skanderbeg", bei dem eine Klinge des 15, Jhdts, mit einem späteren Griff türkischer Art vereinigt wurde. Zu dem Schwert gehört auch eine spätere Scheide aus schwarzem Leader. Georg Kastriota wurde am türkischen Hof als Page erzogen. Als Führer eines Aufstandes gegen die Türken wurde er zum großen christlichen Glaubenshelden des 15. Jhdts., der viele Jahre die Unabhängigkeit Albanies gegenüber der Osmanischen Macht sichem konnte. --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -||- Shkrimi në të djathtë poshtë shpatës -||- A 127 PRUNKHELM Georg Kastriota, genannt Skanderbeg, Fürst der Albaner (1403/15-1468) zugeschrieben Italiensch, um 1460 Dieser Helm von kroncartigem Rang wurde erstmals 1593 im Ambraser Rüstkammerinventar crwähnt und 1601/03 im Armamentarium Heroicum des Schrenk von Notzing abgebildet. Erzherzog Ferdinand II. hat in der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jhdts, diesen Helm als persönliche Waffe des albanischen Nationalhelden Georg Kastriota (wohl in Italien, vielleicht in Urbino) erworben. --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Për çdo pyetje mos hezitoni te komentoni. Faleminderit! SHIKIM TE KËNDSHËM! Filmimi: eCity.tk Fotografitë: eCity.tk Montazhi: eCity.tk
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Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu
Vënia e bustit të Gj. K. në Gjenevë 1998 Pjesa e II
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Albanian Special Forces B.O.S joint training in USA with US Army National Guard - 2018
Albanian Special Forces B.O.S joint training in USA with US Army National Guard - 2018
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Albanian middle age hero Gjergj Kastrioti "Iskander  Beg"
George Kastrioti and his three brothers were taken by the Sultan to his court as hostages. After his conversion to Islam,[9] he attended military school in Edirne and led many battles for the Ottoman Empire to victory. For his military victories, he received the title Arnavutlu İskender Bey, (Albanian: Skënderbe shqiptari, English: Lord Alexander, the Albanian) !!!!!. He was distinguished as one of the best officers in several Ottoman campaigns both in Asia Minor and in Europe, and the Sultan appointed him General. He even fought against Greeks, Serbs , and some sources says that he used to maintain secret links with Ragusa, Venice, Ladislaus V of Hungary, and Alfonso I of Naples.[10] Sultan Murat II gave him the title Vali which made him General Governor.
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