Albania

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Gjergj Kastrioti Skanderbeg (known as Florence Portrait), 1405-1468, - the most outstanding man throughout the Albanian history, who led the Albanians in their fight against the Ottomans. Other elements include the double-headed eagle and Skanderbeg's shield and sword.
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Pjeter Bogdani (1625-1689), a writer and clergy and a prominent figure of older Albanian literature, taken from the cover of his book "Çeta e profetëve" ( Cuneus profhetarum), with his symbol of the sun in the centre.
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Ismail Qemali (1844-1919), a prominent leader of the Albanian national movement and Prime Minister of independent Albania, as well as a double-headed eagle of the independence flag and the pen with which the Independence Act was signed.
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Albania P67 200 Leke (2001) Not for sale - Information only

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Naim Frasheri (1846-1900), an illustrious writer of the Albanian Renaissance, and an opened book in the background are depicted on the front side of the note.
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Brief profile

UN member state || Location: South Eastern Europe, bordered by Greece, Montenegro, Macedonia || Capital: Tirana || Official Languages: Albanian || Area: 28,748 sq.km || Population: 3.6 million || GDP per capita $6,649 || Currency: Lek (ALL)

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Front: Peasant couple
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Shkoder fortress, the Siege of Shkodër took place on April 23, 1913 between forces of the Montenegro and Serbia against forces of the Ottoman Empire and the Provisional Government of Albania. Source:wikipedia.