Marching on the Via Egnatia

Marching on the Via Egnatia

If you haven’t already heard, the ancient road Via Egnatia is open for business…well kinda. It was never really closed technically but never really marketed…just another hidden gem for Albania. This route historically connected the West to the East. Crusaders, Romans, Venetians, Christians…anyone (typically those of great importance that needed to travel) came to the Shores of Albania – modern day Durres, and travelled west into the country all the way to Constantinople – modern day Istanbul. For those that may have travelled on the Via Francigena ancient road from France to Rome may find this the next great adventure. Maybe a bucket list item to travel pilgrim routes such as Santiago de Compostela? Apostles such as Paul, Timothy and Luke preached along this route walking for miles, hence also named the route of “the beautiful feet”. Наливной пол для ванной

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Nevertheless, this route will be well fitted with proper signage and historical markings so visitors especially the self-guided ones will be easily able to travel it themselves…but until that happens we recommend a guide to show you the way. Today we walked a good 3 hours with the sun warming our backs as we took in an amazing landscape and discovered parts of the old road just imagining the journey which thousands have travelled. Marvelled on the thought that we too are making history travelling this magnficient route in the 21st Century. sports74.ru

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