Theth National Park
|Theth National Park
Parku Kombëtar i Thethit
Maja Arapit Peak
|Location||Shkodër County, Albania|
|Area||2,630 ha (6,500 acres)|
The Theth National Park (Albanian: Parku Kombëtar i Thethit) is a national park in northern Albania declared by the Albanian government decree in 1966. It covers an area of 2,630 hectares and is located along the Theth village on the Albanian Alps. The main attractions in the park are the Grunas Waterfall, the Catholic Churches and the Lock-in Tower. In 2017, the Albanian Government declared Theth a Protected Historic Center.
Adjacent Valbonë Valley National Park was declared as such in 1996. It is proposed that the two parks, along with the areas in Montenegro and Kosovo[a] form a tri-border Bjeshket e Nemuna National Park.
- Environment of Albania
- Biodiversity of Albania
- National Parks of Albania
- Tourism in Albania
- Albanian Alps
- Thethi-Guide. "Historia e Parkut Kombetar Theth" (in Albanian). Retrieved 28 July 2010.
- Albanian National Agency of Tourism. "Valbona Valley National Park" (in Albanian). Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. Retrieved 28 July 2010.
- Sulejmani, Edlira. "Bashkepunimi rajonal bisedime per nje park kombetar shqiptaro-kosovaro-malazez". Alsattv (in Albanian). Archived from the original on September 3, 2011. Retrieved 28 July 2010.
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