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Fletet e Verdha - Fier-i - ne Flete te Verdha
 
Country Albania
County Fier County
District Fier District
Founded 1729
City Status 1785
Government
• Mayor Baftjar Zeqaj, SP
Area
• City 78 km2 (30 sq mi)
Elevation 20 m (65 ft)
Population (2011)[1] Bashkia Fier Popullsia
• City 55,845
• Density 720/km2 (1,900/sq mi)
• Metro 85,000
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 9301-9305
Area code(s) (+355) 34
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  Country Albania
County Fier County
District Fier District
Founded 1729
City Status 1785
Government
• Mayor Baftjar Zeqaj, SP
Area
• City 78 km2 (30 sq mi)
Elevation 20 m (65 ft)
Population (2011)[1] Bashkia Fier Popullsia
• City 55,845
• Density 720/km2 (1,900/sq mi)
• Metro 85,000
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 9301-9305
Area code(s) (+355) 34
Car Plates FR

 

 

Historia

 

Origjina e qytetit tė Fierit shkon nė shekullin e VI-tė p.e.s. me qytetin antik tė Apolonisė (quajtur sipas perėndisė Greke, Apollos). Apolonia ishte qyteti i dytė mė i madh Ilir dhe njė prej dy pikave tė fillimit tė Rrugės Egnatia, njė prej rrugėve kryesore tė Perandorisė Romake dhe asaj tė Bizantit. Rruga Egnatia lidhte Romėn nė Perėndim me Konstandinopojėn nė Lindje.
Origjina e emrit tė Fierit ėshtė e diskutueshme, megjithatė shumica e kėrkuesve besojnė se emri Fier vjen prej fjalės Italiane “fiera”, qė do te thotė panair. Sipas mbėshtetėsve tė kėsaj teze, ishin tregėtarėt Venedikas qė e emėrtuan qytetin ne shekujt 14-tė dhe 15-tė, kur blinin produktet bujqėsore nė tregjet e qytetit.
Qyteti u themelua nė vitin 1864 kur Kahreman Pasha (guvernatori lokal) u kėrkoi disa arkitektėve Francezė tė projektonin qytetin e ardhshėm, si qendėr tregėtare dhe artizanale nė kryqėzimin e rėndėsishėm Lushnjė-Fier dhe Berat-Mallakastėr-Seman).
Qyteti u projektua sipas Modelit tė Qyteteve tė Rilindjes Europiane tė shekullit tė 19-tė. Aktiviteti i tij kryesor do tė ishte tregėtia e produkteve bujqėsore tė zonave tė Myzeqesė dhe Mallakstrės. Gjatė viteve 1864-1865, njė treg u ndėrtua pėrgjatė lumit Gjanica pėr 122 tregėtarė. Banorėt e parė tė Fierit ishin shėrbėtorėt/argatėt e Kahreman Pashės si dhe anėtarėt e familjeve Vllehe, qė kishin jetuar nė kėtė zonė qė prej viteve 1800. Shpejt pas ndėrtimit tė tregut, Fieri e krijoi statusin e tij ekonomik si njė qytet i tregėtarėve dhe zanatēinjve.

Kjo qendėr tregėtare u pėrdor si pikė referimi, edhe prej dy topografėve Italianė Tabolini dhe Momori, qė organizuan planin arkitektural tė qytetit. Rregjistrimi i parė i popullsisė u zhvillua nė vitin 1923 dhe qyteti i Fierit ishte i pėrbėrė prej 5 lagjesh me njė total prej 1493 banorėsh. Shumė ndryshime demografike ndodhėn nė qytetin e Fierit ndėrmjet fillimit tė shekullit tė 20-tė dhe Luftės sė Dytė Botėrore. Migrantė nga zonat e Labėrisė, Kosovės, Mallakastrės, Beratit dhe Gjirokastrės u vendosėn nė qytetin e Fierit. Mbas Luftės sė Dytė Botėrore njė numėr i madh banorėsh prej zonės sė Ēamėrisė migruan nė qytetin e Fierit.

Pas Luftės sė Dytė Botėrore deri nė vitin 1991, Fieri u shėndėrrua nė qendrėn e dytė mė tė madhe ekonomike te vendit, pas Tiranės. Qyteti pati njė zhvillim tė madh ekonomik dhe disa prej industrive kryesore qė u zhvilluan pėrfshinin Nxjerrjen dhe Pėrpunimin e Naftės, Ndėrtimin, Bujqesinė dhe Pėrpunimin e Produkteve Bujqėsore. Gjithashtu edhe kompleksi mė i madh industrial (Kimik, Mekanik dhe Energjitik) u krijua nė qytetin e Fierit. Si rezultat, qyteti lulėzoi dhe njerėz prej tė gjithė Shqipėrisė migruan drejt Fierit. Nė vitin 1965 qyteti i Fierit kishte njė popullėsi prej 20,000 banorėsh, nė 1982 popullėsia ishte rritur nė 35000, dhe nė 1991 kishte arritur nė 48,000 banorė.

Ndryshimi i sistemit politik nė vitin 1991, qė u paprapri prej njė kolapsi ekonomik, u pasua prej emigrimit tė shumė banorėve tė Fierit pėr nė Greqi, Itali dhe vende tė tjera nė kėrkim tė vendeve mė tė mira tė punės. Gjithashtu edhe shumė banorė nga qytetet e tjera, si dhe nga zonat rurale pėrreth qytetit tė Fierit migruan pėr nė qytetin e Fierti. Kėto lėvizje demografike shkaktuan luhatje tė numrit tė popullsisė, por nė vitin 2004, qyteti i Fierit kishte njė popullėsi prej 83,000 banorėsh. Pėr shkak tė kolapsit ekonomik, shumė fabrika, ndėrrmarrje dhe kompani shtetėrore u mbyllėn, dhe prona dhe biznese private u krijuan.

 

 

History

The history of Fier is bound up with that of the oil, gas and bitumen deposits nearby. The presence of asphalt and burning escapes of natural gas in the vicinity was recorded as early as the 1st century AD. Dioscorides, in Materia Medica, describes lumps of bitumen in the adjacent river Seman, and the concentrated pitch on the banks of the Vjosė river Strabo, writing in about AD 17 states:

On the territory of the people of Apolonia in Illlyria there is what is called a nymphaeum. It is a rock which emits fire. Below it are springs flowing with hot water and asphalt... the asphalt is dug out of a neighboring hill: the parts excavated are replaced by fresh earth, which in time is converted to asphalt.

The name comes from Albanian meaning fern. A hypothesis is that the name of the city comes probably from the Italian word fiera, meaning trade fair in English, because in the 14th and 15th century the location was used by the Venetian traders as a marketplace to purchase agricultural products from the Myzeqe lowlands.[2]

The settlement took city status in 1864 when Kahreman Pasha Vrioni, the local governor, asked from some French architects to project a future city as an artisan and trade center.[2] During the 1864-1865 period a market for 122 merchants was built along the Gjanica river.[2] The first inhabitants of the city were the servants of Kahreman Pasha Vrioni and members of Vlach families that had lived in the area since the early 19th century period.[2]
Industry and Tourism

Fier is an important industrial city and is built by the Gjanica tributary of the Seman river, and is surrounded by marshland. With nearby Patos town, it is the centre of the oil, bitumen and chemical industries in Albania. Fier is a convenient place to stay to visit the major Classical sites at nearby Byllis and Apolonia. The population is mixed Catholic and Muslim (typical of southern Albanian cities). Main roads from the central square lead south to Vlora (35 km or 22 mi) and east to the oil and industrial town of Patos (8 km or 5.0 mi).
Fier from the air
Apollonia
Main article: Apollonia (Illyria)

Twelve km away from Fier is situated Apollonia,[3] one of the two most important ancient Ilyrians colonial settlements in present day Albania. It was founded in 600 BC on a hill near the sea, and near what was then the course of Vjosė river by settlers from Corfu and Corinth. At the time before the changes in land formation and the Adriatic coastline caused by an earthquake in the 3rd century AD, the harbour af Apollonia could accommodate as many as 100 ships. The site is thought to be on the southern boundary of a native Illyrian settlement, being mentioned in Periplus, a sailor's account of the Adriatic written in the middle of the 4th century BC by a Greek writer. It was near the territory occupied by the Illyrian tribes and close to the Greek[4] tribe of the Chaonians. The colony was said to have been named Gylaceia after its Corinthian founder, Gylax, and later changed its name to that of city of the God Apollo. According to archaeological investigations for 100 years Greek and Illyrian have lived in separate communities.

The economic prosperity of Apolonia grew on the basis of trade in slaves, and the local rich pastoral agricultural. In the middle of the 5th century BC, a workshop for minting coins was set up here. Through trade and commercial transactions these coins spread throughout Illyria and beyond its boundaries. In the years 214 BC onwards, the city was involved in the war between the Illyrian Taulanti and Cassander, the king of Macedonia, and in 229 BC came under Roman control. In 168 BC, its loyalty to Rome was rewarded. For 200 years, it was of central importance in the Roman effort to colonize the east and may have been an original terminus of the Egnatian Way. It was a vital stronghold for Caesar in the civil war between Pompey and Julius Caesar. In 45 and 44 BC, Octavian, later to become the Emperor Augustus, studied for 6 months in Apolonia, which had established a high reputation as a center of Greek learning, especially the art of rhetoric. It was noted by Cicero, in the Philippics, as 'magna urbs et gravis' a great and important city.

Under the Empire, Apolonia remained a prosperous center, but begun to decline as the Vjosė silted up and the coastline changed after the earthquake.
The Excavations and the Monuments of Apolonia

The first attempts to conduct excavations in Apolonia were made during the first World War, by Austrian archaeologists who unearthed and explored mainly the walls that encircled the city. Systematic excavations began in 1824 by a French archaeological mission directed by Leon Rey, who brought to light a complex of monuments at the center of the city. A lot of excavations have been made by Albanian archaeologists during the last 40 years. Many objects are exhibited in the museum which has been the monastery of St. Mary.
The Monument of Agonothetes

This monument decorated the center of the city. The structure had the form of a semicircle and served as an assembly place of the council of the city - the Bule. The front part of the structure was decorated in a special manner: there are 6 pillars crowned with capitals of the Corinthian style. An inscription dating from the middle of the 2nd century AD tells that the building was constructed by high-ranking officers of the city, a monument with the purpose of commemorating the death of his soldier brother. On the day of the inauguration of the monument, a show was staged in the city with the participation of 25 couples of gladiators. On the western side, from the top of the monumental structure, the tourists can see the ruins of the small temple of Artemis (Diana). At the eastern side there is a street which passes under a triumphal arch. On the opposite side of the monument of the Agonothetes, there is a colonnade decorated with marble statues.
The Library and the Odeon

This structure rises behind the colonnade. Opposite the monument of Aganothetes stands an Odeon or 'small theatre' for 200 spectators. The building had a stage, an orchestra and tiers. There they gave musical shows, recitals, and held oratorical and philosophical discussions.
The House with Mosaics
Mosque in Fier.

A couple of meters away was cavated a rich Apolonian dwelling house of the 3rd century AD: The mosaics are of all types. There are mosaics where the main decorative motives are simple geometric figures, others have ornamental mythological figures like : hypocamposes (seahorses), accompanied by Nereids and Erotes. One of the mosaics represents a scene where Archiles holds the wounded Penthesilea, the beautiful queen of Amazones, in his arms.
Fontana

The Fontana represents in itself a complex structure; it had a wall which collected all the waters that sprang from the earth, and four other aqueducts.
The Museum of Apolonia
Main article: Museum of Apollonia

The Museum of Apollina has 7 pavilions, a gallery and 2 porticos. Here are exhibited different objects that testify to the history of Apolonia.
Ardenica Monastery
Main article: Ardenica Monastery

The Church of St. Mary at the Ardenica Monastery is the most important part of the monastery. It is situated between the museum and the refectory. The church is of Byzantine style. The interiors of the church had once been painted, but today very few fragments from the mural paintings have remained. started to be built on 1282 by Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos of Byzantium after the victory on the Angevins in Berat. The wall painting represents the Emperor as the builder of the church. The refectory of the monastery was built at the same time as the church.

Country Albania
County Fier County
District Fier District
Founded 1729
City Status 1785
Government
• Mayor Baftjar Zeqaj, SP
Area
• City 78 km2 (30 sq mi)
Elevation 20 m (65 ft)
Population (2011)[1] Bashkia Fier Popullsia
• City 55,845
• Density 720/km2 (1,900/sq mi)
• Metro 85,000
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 9301-9305
Area code(s) (+355) 34
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