The Lord's Fortress, possibly constructed during the Muzaka family's Feudal Princedom and with 2 towers and an imposing entrance, on the highest spot of the citadel overlooking the town, in Berat Castle or Kalaja e Beratit, in Berat, South-Central Albania, capital of the District of Berat and the County of Berat. Its walls are of typically medieval masonry, a rubble construction with tile packing. The castle itself dates mainly from the 13th century and contains Byzantine churches, Ottoman mosques and housing. It is built on a rocky hill on the left bank of the river Osum. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Lord's Fortress, possibly constructed during the Muzaka family's Feudal Princedom and with 2 towers and an imposing entrance, on the highest spot of the citadel overlooking the town, in Berat Castle or Kalaja e Beratit, in Berat, South-Central Albania, capital of the District of Berat and the County of Berat. Its walls are of typically medieval masonry, a rubble construction with tile packing. The castle itself dates mainly from the 13th century and contains Byzantine churches, Ottoman...
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