Zadrima

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View of the Plain of Zadrima

Zadrima is a region in the Shkodër and Lezhë districts, Albania.[1] It lays mostly in the Zadrima Plain. The region was part of the Principality of Dukagjini in the 15th century.[2] The region is known for its rich cultural heritage such as important personalities, the Zadrimore fabrics, and local Kallmet wine.

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  1. ^ Bardhi, Frang (1641). "Descrittione et informatione del stato del vescouato et chiese parochiali della Diocese Sappatense" (in Original in Latin and translated in English). Propaganda Fide. Retrieved 6 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Mortimer Sellers (4 May 2010). The Rule of Law in Comparative Perspective. Springer. p. 207. ISBN 978-90-481-3748-0. Retrieved 10 May 2012. Dukagjini's princedom, with Lezha as its own capital city, included Zadrima, the areas in north and northeast of Shkodra and was extended in remote areas of present Serbia, having Ulpiana, near Pristina, as the second capital city. 

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