Mala Prespa

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Map of the two regions Mala Prespa and Golloborda

Mala Prespa (Bulgarian: Мала Преспа[1] and Macedonian: Мала Преспа), refers to a geographical area situated in eastern Albania. The region including Pustec Municipality is located west of lakes Ohrid and Prespa and along the southeastern edge of Albania within the Korçë, Pogradec and Devoll districts. This area contains a Christian orthodox Macedonian minority of about 5000 to 30000 and also smaller numbers of Aromanians (Arvanito-Vlachs), Bulgarians and Turks.[2] The official report from Albania is that there is only an ethnic Macedonian minority recognized among the south Slavic nationalities.

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  1. ^ "Osservatorio sui Balcani — Albania: le minoranze contese". Retrieved 2008-04-23. 
  2. ^ "ALBANIA: Over 800 Albanians Acquire Bulgarian Passports". Retrieved 2008-04-23.