Albania

Satisfactory Essays
Lori Cobani
Dr. Loebs
September 29th, 2014

Informative Speech

Statement of Purpose: My purpose is to teach you the basic properties of Albania and also the types of tourism that can be explored there.

Divisions and Subdivisions:

Albania has a great potential for tourism. There are many choices for every age.
It is a small country in the southeast of Europe.
It is surrounded by Greece, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro and the Adriatic and Ionian Sea.
Its area is 11100 square miles or about 7 times smaller than Idaho.
The national flag shows a black eagle with two heads in a red field.

Today there are 3 millions of people living in Albania. a. The only official language is Albanian, which is a special language, not related to the german, slavic or latin languages. As for the religion, 58% are Muslims, 10% Catholics, 8% Orthodox, 3% Atheists and the remaining belong either to any other religion or refused to declare it. Religion tolerance is one of the major cultural values.

3.Albania is influenced by western and eastern cultures, so the cultural heritage tourism is an important option.
In addition to that, there are mountains, islands, seas, rivers and lakes.
Almost three quarters of the area is covered by mountains. The rest is a field, mainly in the western part of the country.
The albanian coast has a length of almost 300 miles.

(Transition: We have learned where Albania is located and the major characteristics of Albanians.)

Many people like to visit historical places, so Albania is a great country to explore different parts of the history of Europe. 1.The country was populated starting from the ancient times, when the ancestors were called Illyrians.
There are ancient cities with historical monuments, like Apolonia.
There are theaters influenced by the Greek and Roman style.
Mosaics,



References: -The data about population and religion were taken from the Albanian census of year 2011 released by INSTAT ( Institute of Statistics ) in Tirana, Albania.

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