Dom Nikollë Kaçorri
Lurë, then Ottoman Empire, now in modern Albania
|Died||1917 (Aged 55)
|Cause of death||cancer|
|Occupation||Archbishop of Durres, and vice-premier of Albania|
|Known for||Religious and political activity|
|Term||Vice Prime Minister|
Dom Nikollë Kaçorri (1862–1917), was a prominent figure of the National Renaissance of Albania. A signatory of Albanian Declaration of Independence, Dom Kaçorri served as Vice Prime minister of the Provisional Government of Albania, after the independence.
He was born in 1862 in Lurë, (now in Dibër municipality) and became a Catholic priest in 1878. In 1902 he became the Archbishop of Durrës, where he served until the Albanian Declaration of Independence. He was also a participant in the Congress of Monastir, which created the Albanian alphabet.
Dom Nikollë Kaçorri died in 1917 in Vienna, at the age of 55, from cancer.
- "History of Albanian People" Albanian Academy of Science.ISBN 99927-1-623-1