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Gjadër is a settlement in the Lezhë County, northwestern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Lezhë. It is known for the former military air base famous during the Cold War.
According to Report of a Visit to Parts of Turkey, Bar, Albania and Serbia written by Marin Bici, Archbishop of Antivari at that time Gjadër was a village of about eighty houses, the vast majority of which was inhabited by Roman Catholics, while two or three houses were inhabited by Muslims. According to the 1890 register of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sapë Gjadër at that time had a population of 438 people consisting of 388 Catholics and fifty Muslims.
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- Law nr. 115/2014[permanent dead link]
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