Skodra is one of the oldest cities in southern Europe. This city has access to three waters: the water of the Skadar Lake, water of the Boyana River and Drim River. The symbol of the city represents the union of three religions in heart of the city — the church, the cathedral and the Muslim mosque, witnesses of faith, hope and peace.
The Archaeological Ethnographic Museum of Skodra presents the rich history and culture of the region. The first fortress was founded in the 4th century BC. e. Illyrian tribe.
Welcome to Rozafa Fortress, built about 2000 years ago at the junction of the rivers Bune-Voyane and Drima-Kiri. Located on a hill, the ancient fortress dominates the surrounding rivers and town. The observation towers of the building has a majestic view of Skodra. The total area covers about 6 hectares.
Lake Koman is a reservoir in northern Albania, surrounded by dense forested hills, vertical slopes, deep gorges and a narrow valley completely occupied by a river. The Drina, Shala and Valbona rivers flow into the Koman lake. It extends over an area of 34 km and is 400 m wide. The narrowest gorge is over 50 m wide. The reservoir was built between 1979 and 1988 near the village of Koman at an altitude of 115 m.