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Project aims to attract tourists to remote Albanian villages
by Elena Becatoros
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14 August 2017
On 14 August 2017 The Associated Press reported:
An ambitious project is aiming to open up remote villages in the highlands of southern Albania to the outside world and to tourists wanting to discover the spectacular natural beauty and rural way of life of the more isolated parts of the Balkan country.
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For now, visitors are mainly young backpackers from European countries hiking along Albania's ancient trails and camping in a field just outside the village. Tarev [Auron Tare, who heads Albania's National Coastline Agency and is leading the project in Nivica] says about 150 tourists visited the village over the past month, mainly from the Czech Republic, drawn by comments on social media from a team of Czechs who have been working on marking centuries-old paths as hiking trails.
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