Konispol is the southernmost town in Albania. It sits one kilometer away from the Albanian-Greek border. The municipality consists of the town Konispol and the village Çiflik. The town's main interests are [1 ] agriculture and viticulture. The city is the center of the Cham Albanian community.
History [ edit ]
The area was part of the ancient region of
In 1943 Konispol became the battleground of a fierce conflict between
German-Cham collaborationist units and the Albanian resistance. [2 ]
In 1992, 7
caves were discovered just north of the town. They dated from the Upper Paleolithic age to the Iron Age.
Location [ edit ]
191 kilometres (118 miles) from
Tirana (Geographically and by road). 1 kilometre (0.6 miles) from the
Albanian-Greek border (Geographically). 4 kilometres (3 miles) from
Sagiada, Greece (Geographically).
Notable people [ edit ]
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