|Location||Reps, Lezhë County,
|Status||Closed (Planned to be a Museum)|
|Managed by||People's Socialist Republic of Albania|
The Spaç Prison (Albanian: Burgu i Spaçit) was a political prison in Communist Albania at the village of Spaç. The former prison is listed as a second-category national monument. There were plans to turn the rapidly deteriorating site into a museum, but as of February 2013, no progress had been made at the location. In 1973, a number of prisoners staged a rebellion where the non-communist flag was raised. In 1984, a similar rebellion took place at the prison of Qafë Bar.
In 2015, the prison was listed by the New York-based organisation World Monument Fund as one of the 50 most endangered monuments worldwide. 
- Spaç prison (Albanian)
- "2016 World Monuments Watch". Retrieved 13 March 2016.
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