Albania Country Quiz

Can you guess these facts about the country of Albania?
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Last updated: June 19, 2020
First submittedAugust 19, 2019
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Capital of Albania
Tirana
About 58.8% of the population belong to this religion
Islam
Animal that appears on the flag and is the national symbol of Albania
Golden Eagle
Second most populous city
Durrës
Countries that border Albania
Greece
Kosovo
Montenegro
North Macedonia
Parts of the Mediterranean that Albania borders
Adriatic Sea
Ionian Sea
Currency of Albania
Lek
Peninsula on which Albania is situated
Balkans
Albanian nun won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her charity work in India
Mother Teresa
Country which invaded Albania in 1939
Italy
Empire that Albania was part of from 1480–1912
Ottoman Empire
Deepest and oldest lake in Southern Europe, a UNESCO World Heritage site
Lake Ohrid
Most commonly used vegetable as filling in Byrek
Spinach
Military alliance Albania formally withdrew from in 1968
Warsaw Pact
Albanian-born Muhammad Ali Pasha is regarded as the modern founder of this country
Egypt
Dictator of Albania from 1944–1985
Enver Hoxha
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Level 79
Jun 3, 2020
Al-Ba-Ni-A! https://youtu.be/XhXDcxAM0zc
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Level 76
Jun 6, 2020
Hmm Mother Teresa doesn't really belong in this COUNTRY quiz. She was from what is today Northern Macedonia.
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Level 81
Jun 8, 2020
True
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Level 72
Jun 8, 2020
it's the same as Muhammad Ali Pasha who was born in today Greece but they both were Albanian
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Level 76
Jun 9, 2020
Then remove him as well, it's not a quiz about Albanians.
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Level 45
Jun 10, 2020
A question about Scanderbeg might be a good addition
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Level 65
Jun 10, 2020
There was one, but QM removed it.
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Level 62
Jun 19, 2020
St. Teresa of Calcutta should be counted as well as Mother Teresa.