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Country Albania
County Elbasan County
District Elbasan District
Founded 1466
• Mayor Qazim Sejdini (SP)[1]
• City 12.90 km2 (4.98 sq mi)
Elevation 150 m (490 ft)
Population (2011)[2]
• City 78,703
• Density 6,100/km2 (16,000/sq mi)
• Metro 296,082
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 3001-3006
Area code(s) (+355) 54
Vehicle registration EL
  Country Albania
County Elbasan County
District Elbasan District
Founded 1466
• Mayor Qazim Sejdini (SP)[1]
• City 12.90 km2 (4.98 sq mi)
Elevation 150 m (490 ft)
Population (2011)[2]
• City 78,703
• Density 6,100/km2 (16,000/sq mi)
• Metro 296,082
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 3001-3006
Area code(s) (+355) 54
Vehicle registration EL



Historiku i Qytetit tė Elbasanit

Historia e trevave tė Elbasanit e ka zanafillėn e saj nė shekullin e II-tė p.k. me vendbanimet e hershme ilire. Nė shekullin e II-tė qyteti njihet me emrin “SKAMPA” e mė vonė me emrin  “SKAMPINI” nė varėsi administrative tė Durrahut. Duke qėnė i vendosur nė kryqėzimin e rrugėve Veri – Jug dhe Lindje – Perėndim, ai ka shėrbyer si pikė e rėndėsishme kalimi dhe si stacion i rėndėsishėm, duke u pėrmendur si qėndėr urbane, ushtarake e peshkopale. Pas bllokimit tė rrugės Egnatia nga dyndjet e barbarėve, qyteti nuk pėrmendet mė dhe njeh shkatėrrimin e tij gjatė migrimit sllavo – bullgar diku nga shekulli VI - VII.

Gjatė pushtimit turk tė Shqipėrisė, pas disfatės qė pėsoi nė rrethimin e dytė tė Krujės, Sulltan Mehmeti II-tė, nė kthim e rindėrtoi kalanė e vjetėr, pėr t’a patur si pikė mbėshtetje tė mėvonshme. Nė vitin 1466 qyteti mori emrin Elba-san.

Ai shpejt u zhvillua si qendėr e rėndėsishme strategjike, administrative, ushtarake dhe ekonomike e Shqipėrisė sė mesme. Zejtaria dhe tregtia mori pėrsėri njė zhvillim tė dukshėm duke shtrirė lidhjet dhe ndikimin nė tėrė zonat pėrreth. Njė zhvillim tė ndjeshėm mori arti postbizantin i pėrfqėsuar nga mjeshtri dhe piktori i madh Onufri i Neokastrės (Elbasanit), i cili krijoi njė art kulminant ku spikat me forcė tė veēantė gėrshetimi i shkėlqyer i gjeniut me traditėn vendase. Si vepra tė tij, tė trashėguara deri nė ditėt tona, janė afresket dhe ikonat e kishave tė Shelcanit dhe tė Valshit tė mesit tė shek. XVI. Vazhdues i veprės sė Onufrit pėrmendet Kostandin Shpataraku. Njė zhvillim tė vrullshėm mori  qyteti i Elbasanit nė shek.  XVII me krijimin, organizimin dhe  funksionimin e 60 llojeve tė  zejeve nė 45 Esnafe. Vlen tė pėrmendet nė kėtė kohė “Kodiku i Esnafeve tė Tabakėve”, 15 Maj 1658, i cili konsiderohet  ndėr  mė  tė  vjetrit nė Ballkan.

Nė dokumentacionin e kohės, dėshmohet se nė mesin e shekullit tė XVII, Elbasani kishte 2000 shtėpi, 900 dyqane, punoheshin lėkura, leshi, mėndafshi, metalet e sidomos argjendi.

Prodhimet e qytetit tė Elbasanit gjenin treg shitje si brenda dhe jashtė vendit. Kėtė e dėshmon fakti qė Turqia nė dy ekspozita ndėrkombėtare nė Paris nė vitin 1867 dhe nė Ēikago nė vitin 1894 krahas artikujve tė tjerė tė artizanatit ekspozoi edhe pushkėt, pistoletat dhe silahet e prodhimit shqiptar tė Shkodrės, Elbasanit, Prizrenit, etj. E rėndėsishme ėshtė se Elbasani shquhet pėr organizimin e panaireve. Panairi i parė ėshtė ai i vitit 1381 i pasuar me tė tjerė nė periudhat e mėvonshme.

Nė kėtė kohė Elbasani shquhet si qendėr e fuqishme arsimore dhe kulturore me pėrpjekjet qė bėnė Bugomili (anonimi i Elbasanit), Dhaskal Todri pėr pėrhapjen e gjuhės e tė shkrimit shqip. Nė epokėn e Rilindjes Kombėtare Shqiptare zė njė vend tė rėndėsishėm Kostandin Kristoforidhi, autor i abetares shqipe, fjalorit gegėrisht dhe toskėrisht, i cili konsiderohet si babai i gjuhės shqipe.




Elbasan (Albanian: Elbasan or Elbasani) is a city in central Albania. It is located on the Shkumbin River in the District of Elbasan and the County of Elbasan, at 41°06′N 20°04′E. It is one of the largest cities in Albania, with a population of 79,810.[2] It was called Neokastron (New Castle) in Greek, Novigrad (new city) in Slavic and Terra Nuova in Italian. The modern name may derive either from the IE root *alb (as Albania) or from the Turkish il-basan ("the fortress").[3]

Before the Second World War, Elbasan was a city with a mixture of eastern and medieval buildings, narrow cobbled streets and a large bazaar. There was a clearly defined Christian settlement within the castle walls, a Vlach district on the outskirts of the city and several fine mosques and Islamic buildings. At the time the population was about 15,000 people.

The English journalist James David Bourchier, then the Balkan correspondent of The Times, records that on a visit in 1911 he saw:

"The population celebrating Bairam in central space: wonderful primitive merry-go round with gypsy minstrels (flute and drum), pushed round by the men with poles; also a cartwheel poised on a tree top; pekhilvans wrestling, mostly refugees from Dibra, thus gaining a precarious livelihood."[citation needed]

View of Elbasan
Traditional side street
Catholic Church
Ancient and early Byzantine periods

In August 2010 archaeologists discovered two Illyrian graves near the walls of the castle of Elbasan.[4] In the second century BC, a trading post called Mansio Scampa near the site of modern Elbasan developed close to a junction of two branches of an important Roman road, the Via Egnatia, which connected the Adriatic Coast with Byzantium at the Hellespont. By the third or fourth century AD, this place had grown into a real city protected by a substantial Roman fortress with towers; the fort covered around 300 square meters.[5] This city appears on late antique itineraries like the Tabula Peutingeriana or the Itinerarium Burdigalense as Scampis or Hiscampis.[6]

It took part in the spread of Christianity along the Via, and had a bishop, cathedral and basilicas as early as the fifth century. As a town in a wide river valley it was vulnerable to attacks once the legions were withdrawn but Emperor Justinian made an effort to improve the fortifications. The city survived attacks by the Bulgars and Ostrogoths and was mentioned in the work of Procopius of Cęsarea.
Ottoman period
Further information: Sanjak of Elbasan

The site seems to have been abandoned until the Ottoman army built a military camp there, followed by urban reconstruction under Sultan Mehmet II in 1466. Mehmet constructed a massive four-sided castle with a deep moat and three gates. He named it Elbasan, meaning 'crushing fist' in Turkish.[citation needed] He had built the castle in order to fight Skanderbeg, due to an ongoing conflict between the Ottomans and Albanians. It became the seat of Sanjak of Elbasan, a centre of Ottoman urban civilisation over the next 445 years. Although Halil Inalcik explains that the Sanjak of Elbasan was established as soon as the fortress of Elbasan was constructed in 1466, based on Tursun Beg's records there is a possibility that Elbasan initially was part of the Sanjak of Ohrid.[7] In 1467 many Christians from Skopje, Ohrid, Serres and Kastoria were forcibly deported to Elbasan.[8] By the end of the 17th century it had 2,000 inhabitants. The fortress was dismantled by Reshit Pasha in 1832. In 1864, the Sanjak of Elbasan became a part of Monastir Vilayet. At the beginning of the 20th century it was estimated that 15,000 people lived in Elbasan.[9]

In 1909, after the Young Turks revolution in Istanbul, an Albanian National Congress was held in Elbasan to study educational and cultural questions. The delegates, all from central and southern Albania, endorsed the decision of the Congress of Monastir, which was held in Monastir (modern Bitola, Republic of Macedonia) to use the Latin alphabet rather than the Arabic script in written Albanian.
Independence of Albania

The very first teachers' training college in Albania, the Shkolla Normale e Elbasanit, was established in Elbasan.

The Muslim majority of Elbasan opposed the installation of Prince Wied in 1914.[citation needed] Elbasan was occupied successively by Serbs, Bulgarians, Austrians and Italians between 1915 and 1918. The Bulgarian army occupied Elbasan on January 29, 1916, during Bulgarian occupation of Albania[10] In March 1916 the army of Austria-Hungary took over control of Elbasan [10] From June 1916 to March 1917 Stanislav Kostka Neumann fought with the Austrian army there and called his war memoirs about the occupation in Elbasan.[11] Industrial development began in the Zogist period when tobacco and alcoholic drinks' factories were established.

The city was also noted for its good public buildings, advanced educational provisions, public gardens and timber-built shops. There was much wartime damage, which was followed by an intensive programme of industrial development in the Communist period that boosted the city to around 75,000 inhabitants. The culmination of this process was the construction of the huge Steel of the Party (Albanian: Celiku i Partise) metallurgical complex outside the city, in the Shkumbini valley, built with Chinese assistance in the 1970s. It was emphatically called "The Second National Liberation of Albanian" by Enver Hoxha. The cost of the complex in environmental impact was high for the Shkumbin valley.[12]
Culture and religion

Elbasan has been occupied by several different groups, including the Serbs, Bulgarians, Austrians and Italians. Elbasan remained a center of Islam in Albania even after the Ottoman occupation. After the 1908 Congress of Monastir (in modern Bitola, Republic of Macedonia) decided to use the Latin alphabet for the written Albanian language, Muslim clerics influenced by the Young Turks held various demonstrations in favor of the Arabic script in Elbasan.

In the middle of the city is found the Saint Mary Orthodox Church. The church was built in 1830 on the foundations of an older church, which had partially burned in 1819. Paintings and frescoes of Onufri, restored by David Selenicasi and Kostadin Shelcani can still be seen. The church has been an important religious and cultural center for the Albanian language. Teodor Haxhifilipi, Kostandin Kristoforidhi, and Aleksandėr Xhuvani have served in the church. They are the authors of translations into Albanian of many psalms. The church building served as the first Albanian school of Elbasan in modern times, which opened in 1908.[13]

Other orthodox churches in the Elbasan District include the Mameli church (built in the 17th century), the Saint Nicholas church (Albanian: Shen Kolli) in Shelcan (built in 1554), the Saint Nicholas church in Valesh (built in 1604), the Saints Cosmas and Damian church in Sterstan (built in the 18th century), the Saint Michael (Albanian: Shen Mehilli) church in Shalės (built in the 17th century), the Saint Mary church in Dragot (built in the 18th century), the Saint Nicholas church of Elbasan (17th century), and the Elbasan Saint Athanasius church of Elbasan (built in 1554).

About 7 km away from Elbasan there is an old monastery and orthodox church where notably Saint Jovan Vladimir was buried until 1995 when his remains were transferred to the Orthodox Cathedral in Tirana, being brought back to the monastery only for his feast days.[14]

Elbasan is home to the National Autocephalous Albanian Church (Albanian: Kisha Autoqefale Kombetare), a relatively new Orthodox Autocephalous church that split from the Albanian Orthodox Church in 1995. Father Nikolle Marku is the leader of the new denomination.[15]

Elbasan is also home to a Uniat Catholic church.[16]

Elbasan has four museums:[16]

Ethnographic Museum (1982) held in an 18th-century building
“Kostandin Kristoforidhi” house (started as a museum in 1978)
Shkolla Normale Museum
War Museum

Elbasan is the home to the Summer Day festivities, a pagan feast celebrating the end of winter and the coming of summer. Ballokume, cookies made from butter and corn wheat is the traditional dish served in this day. Since 2004, it has become a national holiday being celebrated in Tirana on a Monday in mid-March.

Industrial development began during the Zog regime with the production of tobacco and alcoholic beverages, and culminated during the communist regime. The city gained prominence after the Chinese built a steel mill in 1974. There were also other industries operating in the city during the communist regime, and as a result the city now suffers from pollution.
Notable people

Sedefkar Mehmed Agha, 16th century architect
Dervish bej Biēaku, signatory of the Albanian Declaration of Independence
Shefqet bej Daiu, signatory of the Albanian Declaration of Independence
Aqif Pashė Elbasani (Aqif Biēakēiu), proclaimed the independence of the Elbasan November 25, 1912, Interior Minister of Albania in 1914, President of the provisional government (with the support of Austria) in 1916 and a member of Parliament in 1926.
Ibrahim Biēakēiu, former Prime Minister of Albania
Dritan Kiēi, writer, painter, publisher, TV producer, and philanthropist
Qemal bej Karaosmani, signatory of the Albanian Declaration of Independence
Kostandin Kristoforidhi, translator in Albanian of the New Testament
Lef Nosi, signatory of the Albanian Declaration of Independence
Dhimitėr Shuteriqi, writer and critic

Country Albania
County Elbasan County
District Elbasan District
Founded 1466
• Mayor Qazim Sejdini (SP)[1]
• City 12.90 km2 (4.98 sq mi)
Elevation 150 m (490 ft)
Population (2011)[2]
• City 78,703
• Density 6,100/km2 (16,000/sq mi)
• Metro 296,082
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 3001-3006
Area code(s) (+355) 54
Vehicle registration EL
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