Jun 10
Ambassadors of Sustainable Development in Shebenik-Jabllanice National Park.
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"Egnantia” Association in the framework of the project "Ambassadors of Sustainable Development in Shebenik-Jabllanica National Park” granted by PPNEAs "Balkan Lynx Recovery Program”. These grants are given by PPNEA for promotion and capacity building to local NGOs from Shebenik-Jabllanica National Park. 

This activity aimed to explore special parts of Shebenik-Jabllanica National Park, which are allowed to be visited by foreigners. The journey started from Librazhd City, followed by the villages Togëz, Zgosht, Lunik, Llangë, Steblevë, Fushe-Studnë till the last destination Fushë-Letmi. 

In all these villages there are many picturesque attractions, such as the Mosque of Zgosht Village (500 years old), the flora and fauna of the park, the authentic tower houses, the "Umbrella Tree” or as the locals call it the "Taksim Plane Tree”, which is a nature monument. One of the most beautiful stops is in Fushe Studne Lake. The lake has a rare beauty, endless colorful, sweet and above all a place of unimaginable. Other places are "Ice Cave” and "Eremite Cave”. The first one is dated in the II Century during the Byzantine occupation.

The entire trip ended within one day and the visitors were impressed by exploring these amazing places. Shebenik-Jabllanica National Park offers a variability of nature and history which can be a magnet to attract tourists. 

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