Skanderbeg Monument

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Skanderbeg Monument
Monumenti i Skënderbeut
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Coordinates 41°19′39″N 19°49′08″E / 41.3275°N 19.8188°E / 41.3275; 19.8188Coordinates: 41°19′39″N 19°49′08″E / 41.3275°N 19.8188°E / 41.3275; 19.8188
Location Skanderbeg Square
Tirana  Albania
Designer Odhise Paskali, Andrea Mano and Janaq Paço
Type Historical Monument
Material Bronze on stone pedestal
Length 11 metres (36 ft)
Opening date 1968
Dedicated to Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu

The Skanderbeg Monument is a monument in the Skanderbeg Square in Tirana, Albania. It commemorates Skanderbeg, the national hero in Albania for resisting the Ottomans.

Created by Odhise Paskali,[1] the 11 metres (36 ft) monument was inaugurated in 1968 on the 500th anniversary of the death of Skanderbeg.[2]

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