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Skrapar District

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Skrapar District

Skrapar District
District
Map showing Skrapar District within Albania
Map showing Skrapar District within Albania
Country  Albania
Capital Corovode

Skrapar District (Albanian: Rrethi i Skraparit) is one of the thirty-six districts of Albania, part of Berat County. It has a population of 10,200[1] (2010 estimate), and an area of 775 km². It is in the centre of the country, and its capital is Çorovodë. It is most famous for its Skrapar Raki which is drunk by the whole Albanian nation and is a tradition, with a volume of 65% it has been passed down from generation to generation and its recipe has remained untouched since.

The Skrapar District consists of the following municipalities:

Contents

  • Notable people 1
  • Gallery 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Notable people

Gallery

Kasabashi Bridge near Çorovodë 
Osum Canyon 
Gradec Cliffs near Çorovodë 

References

  1. ^ "POPULLSIA SIPAS RRETHEVE, 2001-2010". Albanian Institute of Statistics. Retrieved 2010-09-09. 

External links

  • Berat County Travel Guide

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