The Republic of Albania is one of Greece's southern European neighbors. In 2009, the country applied for European Union membership. Typical questions relate to Albania's ancient ruins, Communist and Islamic past, emerging modern urban culture, farm based economy, forested and mountainous geography, and widespread literacy and multilingualism.

2,995 Questions

What are the capitals of the Balkan countries?

Country Capitol


Slovenia - Ljubljana

Croatia - Zagreb

Bosnia - Sarajevo

Serbia - Belgrade

Romania - Bukarest

Bulgaria - Sofia

Macedonia - Skopje

Albania - Tirana

Kosovo - Pristina

Greece - Athens

Turkey - Ankara

Montenegro - Podgorica

Elvis Presley

Was Elvis Presley Albanian?

The gran gran mother of Gladys, (the Elvis mother), was married to albanian warrior who participated in Civil War in side of Conferderate Army.


An unusual aspect of Albania is?

a large Muslim population


In which country is the economy more dependent upon forestry Hungary FYR Macedonia or Albania?



Is Albania a MEDC or a LEDC?


United States Postal Service (USPS)

How long does it take USPS express from us to Albania?

I don't think USPS ships to Albania, because it's U.S. postal service. I know DHL ships internationally though.

United States Postal Service (USPS)

How long does it take international USPS express from US to Albania?

2-3 weeks


What are some inventions Albania has?



What is the common emblem of Spain Germany Albania Australia and US?

In all emblems there is a eagle. So, eagle is common.


Is Albania is southeast of Croatia?



Pse ne kosovë ka shumë kështjella dhe kur jan ndertuar?

Pse ne kosov ka shum keshtjella ? 1.Sepse keshtjellat dihet se sherbejn per mbrojtje nga armiqet ne luft dhe duke marrur parasysh qe kosova ka qen gati gjithmon ne luft ne kosov ka ardhur nevoja qe te ndertohen sa me shum keshtjella me qellim per mbrojtje nga armiqet e kosoves.

2.Kur jan ndertuar keto keshtjella? : Keto keshtjella jan ndertuar kryesisht gjat luftes me perandorin osmane por ka keshtjella qe kan egzistuar qysh nga koherat e ilirisë nje shembull eshte ULPIANA .....


Libri you klases 7 anglisht you kosoves?

faqe 5

Oceans and Seas

What sea is east of Italy and west of Albania?

The Adriatic Sea is east of Italy and west of Albania.


Where does the word 'banal' in Albanian come from?

It comes from English, 'banned

United States of America
Countries, States, and Cities
Latitude and Longitude
United States

What country do the 40 degrees North line of Latitude and 20 degrees East line of Longitude pass through?

The point 40 North / 20 East is located in southern Albania, about 8 miles north of the city center of Sarandë.

Acronyms & Abbreviations

What does ce mean in history?

It stands for Common Era, and is one half of a system of measuring time - the opposite is BCE, which means Before Common Era. It is gradually replacing BC and AD as a way of classifying years. The present year is 2011 CE.

It can also stand for "Christian Era;" perhaps more accurately. There was no sudden commonality in the world at 1CE.


What is the price of 23 carats gold of kdm in Punjab?

23 carat gold jeweler how much price today

English to French
Buenos Aires

Si edhte quajtur loja e par ne kompjuter?

si eshte quajtur loja e pare ne kompjuter

Job Interviews
Democratic National Conventions

How can you make an albanian family like you?

There are some cultures where they prefer their teens or older children to date or marry into their own culture and if their children refuse then it's going to take some doing by the intruder into the family to win them over, but it can be done. To please. Be polite, genuine in trying to get to know them because if you aren't genuine they'll know it and ignore you. Get on the Internet and read up on the culture so you know how to treat the family. For instance, Chinese prefer fruit to flowers, while other cultures love flowers. The more you understand the culture the more you'll understand their ways and what you may think is the fact you aren't fitting in may not be the case at all. Although being polite NEVER be afraid to speak your mind if you feel you are being treated in a rude manner. Most cultures are high on manners and would be devastated should one of their own be out and out rude.


Is Eminem albanian?

I think yes

Math and Arithmetic

How many lines of symmetry does the Albanian flag have?



What is te dua?

Te Dua = I love you, in Albanian.

The literal meaning of "Te dua" is "I want you" since "Dua" is "Want". The whole phrase (te dua) however, is used for (I love you)

Sometimes you might find it as "Te dua shume" that means "I love you very much"


How many albanians were in titanic?

There was one on the titanic, I am related to him, he was from Vithkuqi

How To

How to Make Traditional Ambrosia Salad this Holiday Season?

Ever wondered about all those sweet offerings on your holiday table? You know, the sweet potatoes swimming in a brown sugar glaze and topped with a pillow of marshmallows, or the cranberry sauce with just a hint of orange to add zest to the sweet/tart flavor of the cranberries. There's a long tradition of serving sweet dishes along with the traditional fowl, ham, stuffing and mashed potatoes of a large holiday mean. Of all the sweet indulgences on your table this holiday season, the ambrosia salad is arguably the most colorful and festive, though.

Although individual recipes vary, this sweet fruit salad looks as good as it tastes. Food historians believe Americans started serving sweet fruit salads, the precursors of the modern ambrosia salad, around the mid19th century. The ambrosia salad itself was first created a little later, probably at the end of the 19th or the beginning of the 20th century. It was distinguished by the addition of that most exotic of ingredients -- coconut, which was becoming more abundant in the U.S. It gave the salad a distinctive texture that still managed to showcase the flavors of the individual fruits. Care to guess the first cousin of the ambrosia salad? We'll give you a hint. It contains both apples and raisins. If you guessed the Waldorf salad, you're right.

In the 1930s, exotic ingredients like pineapple, bananas and coconut were hugely popular. Since many ambrosia salad recipes contain all three ingredients, it's no surprise ambrosia salad started appearing in many of the recipe books of the period and later.

If you plan on making a traditional ambrosia salad this year, you'll achieve the best results by reserving the bananas and preparing the recipe a day ahead. Just before serving, fold in the bananas. They'll retain their texture, and the sauce will be rich and flavorful from having had time to mellow.

Here's a simple but classic ambrosia salad recipe you'll want to use year after year.

Classic Ambrosia Salad Recipe


  • 1 can mandarin oranges, drained (about 11 oz.)
  • 1 jar Maraschino cherries, halved and drained (about 6 oz.)
  • 1 large banana, sliced
  • 1 can pineapple chunks, drained (about 15 oz.)
  • 1 cup marshmallows (miniatures)
  • 1 cup coconut
  • 1 pint sour cream
  • 1 tablespoon light brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt


  1. In a large bowl, combine mandarin oranges, cherries, pineapple, marshmallows and coconut.
  2. In a second bowl, combine the sour cream, brown sugar and salt. Stir to incorporate.
  3. Fold the sour cream mixture into the fruit.
  4. Refrigerate for 24 hours.
  5. An hour or so before serving, fold sliced banana into the salad.

Recipe serves 6


Traditional and Tasy Monkey Bread Recipe?

Monkey Bread is a traditional dessert that has been served for as long as most people can remember. Children and adults seem to absolutely love this dish, especially because it has the perfect combination of textures and flavors. Monkey Bread not only tastes delicious, it is also a whole lot of fun to make. The first step to making this dish is to have all the right ingredients. The follow ingredients are a must have or this dessert:

  • 3 cans of jumbo canned biscuits (refrigerated)
  • 1 _ cups brown sugar
  • _ cup of butter
  • 1 tablespoon regular sugar
  • 3 tablespoons of ground cinnamon
  • _ cup crushed nuts
  • _ cup raisins

The first step to creating this dish is to set the oven to 350 degrees F and allow for the oven to heat up. In the meantime, the person making the dish can grab a tube pan and spray some non-stick cooking spray into the pan. While the oven continues to heat up, the traditional white sugar and the cinnamon can be combined together in a small mixing bowl. After this is completed, each individual biscuit that comes out of the can will need to be cut into quarters. The quarter-cut biscuits can then be placed in the mixing bowl with the cinnamon and white sugar.

After all of the biscuits have been placed into the sugar, they can then be moved into the tube pan with the non-stick cooking spray. All of the pieces should be placed on top of one another in the pan. The raisins and crushed nuts can also be sprinkled in between the biscuits at this point in time. Once everything is arranged in the pan, it should be set aside. A small pot should be placed on the oven and used for melting the butter and brown sugar together. The consistency needs to boil for just about 30 seconds. Once it boils for a bit, it can be poured onto the biscuits in the tube pan and the tube pan can be placed in the oven. The Monkey Bread needs to bake in the oven for around 30-40 minutes. It should also cool off before being eaten.


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