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Cerciz Topulli Square

June 21 @ 8:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm

“Labove-Adrianopolis-Skotini-Dropull i Poshtëm” Guide

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The starting point of this trip is the historic center of Gjirokastra, “Cerciz Topulli” Square. In the vicinity of the Lazarat turnaround, the national road trip ends and continues on a suitable ground for our vehicles (Buggy Motors), running to “Lower Labovo” passing through the “Drino River” valley to the dam of the artificial lake of “Doftise”. Following is the Libohovë-Pogon road and the return to go to “Labove of the Cross”, where is visited the Church of St. Mary, a typical Byzantine building with a high central dome, with naves and aislets built in order to create the figure of the cross. The main entrance to the church is through a subsequent narthex. There are at least 9 distinct murals painted on the inside wall surface. The church is a 13th-century building and the time of the Despotat of Epirus, though an initial foundation can go deeper, in the time of the Justinian Emperor in the years 527-565 ej. After a delicious traditional lunch in “Labove” the journey continues towards the ancient city of Adrianapolis in the Dropulli area. Adrianapoli is a city of the Roman period, II century AD. The theater was discovered in 1984 and has a capacity of 4,000 seats with 27 Dimal scales. Going to the “Wide Mountain”, itinerary continues to the underwater cave and the “Skotini” source. After a short stopping, we cross between the lower Dropulli villages (Goranxi, Dervician) and return back to Gjirokastra.

-Duration: 5 hours

-Road%: 20 asphalt / 80 no asphalt


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