This article is about the town in Gramsh district. For the settlement in Lezhë district, see Gramsh, Lezhë
Gramsh is a town in central Albania, and the capital of the Gramsh District, which borders the Pogradec District to the east. Its population was estimated at 11,556 in 2005.
The town is connected with Elbasan, Korça, Pogradec, Skrapar Districs, Librazhd and Berat. The town is crossed by the river Devoll.
During the Ottoman period and before the Albanian Declaration of Independence in 1912, Gramsh, then known as Grameç in Turkish, was a kaza administrative division within the Sanjak of Elbasan of the Monastir Vilayet. The town was named after the Arberesh family of the Italian Communist Party leader and Marxist theoretician, Antonio Gramsci.
Notable people 
Gramsh has been inhabited since ancient times, as is confirmed by archaeological findings in the Tumulus of Cëruja.
In the Middle Ages, the area was under the possession of Prince George Arianiti. From 1912 until 1947, this was the center of Gramsh area. With the new administrative division, it became the center of Gramsh district, in which were placed various state institutions. Gramsh was declared a city on February 18, 1960. Since 1992, it has been a municipality.
The football (soccer) club is KF Gramshi.