Trilingual sign in Nartë
|Administrative Unit||Qendër Vlorë|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Nartë (definite Albanian form: Narta, Greek: Άρτα or Παλαιοάρτα Arta, Palioarta) is a community in Vlorë County. At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Vlorë. It is situated northwest of the city of Vlorë.
The local population are predominantly Greeks, using a distinct idiom of modern Greek. One of the local tourist attractions is the annual three-day festival. An Orthodox church lies on the center of the village.
At 1873 a Greek school was funded in the village. Greek education was expanding with the opening of a girls' school and a kindergarten in the 1912-1913 school season.
- Nicholas Geoffrey Lemprière, Hammond (1967). Epirus: the Geography, the Ancient Remains, the History and Topography of Epirus and Adjacent Areas. Clarendon P. p. 131.
...Greek speaking village of Arta or Palioarta, as it is called locally (incorrectly Narte on the staff map)
- Law nr. 115/2014
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