Erneuter Kollaps und Zerstörung, wichtiger Antiker Kultur Denkmäler in Albanien. Die Minister in Albanien, ebenso die EU und UNESCO Aktivitäten eine Schande, weil man Tatenlos zusieht, wie Mafiöse und dumme Politiker, wichtige Antike Stätten betonieren lassen. Uraltes Besiedlungs Gebiet bei Sarande – Delvine, die Antike Stadt Phoenice, wo ja die Klement Balili Mafia regiert.
Niemand brachte das Dach der Antiken Kirche in Ordnung, rodete die Bäume und Büsche, welche sich im Dach ansiedelten, und mit den Wurzeln die Kirche zerstörte.
Die Taliban, haben ohne Zweifel eine Kultur, wenn man das System in Albanien sieht, wie EU finanziert, das gesamte Land, die Küste, Antike Stätten, Umwelt damals zerstören liess.
aufgeblähte Minsterien, wo die Inspektoren und Direktoren, oft Minister nicht wissen was der Job ist, weil man inkompetend, oft dumm ist.
Nur 77 Kirchen überlebten die Zerstörungen unter dem Enver Hoxha Regime, nun kollabierte diese Antike Kirche von 1797 in Süd Albanien ( St. Athanasius Monastery in Lower Leshnic ), weil die EU Gelder gestohlen wurden und die EU, KfW, unbekümmert weiter diese kriminellen Dumm Enterprise finanzieren und mit Milliarden überschütten, welche spurlos verschwinden seit Jahren.
Wo sind die EU-Gelder verblieben, denn eine Abstützung, ein Not-Dach kostet nicht sehr viel in Albanien, max. 5.000 €, aber die Gelder verschwanden auch bei diesem EU, UN Projekt und Alles war eine Luftnummer mit kriminellen Albanischen und EU Partnern.
Die Ministerin Kumbar Mirela, feuerte Experte, und dann kamen die üblichen Parteibuch Idioten, welche unter dem IQ von Schnecken liegen, auch als „functional illerate“ bekannt, aber man wollte ja auch nur die EU und UN Gelder stehlen in Tradition
Die zuständige Direktor für die Kultur Denkmäler, hier mit einer Antiken Kloster Kirche, bei Sarande, wo das Dach nun kollabiert ist, weil 100 % der Gelder gestohlen wurden, ist eine der extremsten Peinlichkeiten in der Albanischen Adminstration, wie das „Veliere“ Projekt in Durres schon zeigte, denn Frau Arta Dollani, kapiert ganz einfach Nichts, hat keinen Beruf gelernt, ist „functional illerate“, identisch wie der Vorgänger unter der Berisha Regierung. Man macht lieber Bunker Projekte, vernichtet Millionen mit Unfug und Renovierungen durch Idioten, welche mehr zerstören, wie renovieren.
Der Vorgänger Arber Kadia identisch, machte noch weniger, ist verantwortlich für die damaligen gestohlenen EU Gelder, unter Ferdinand Yhaferri, einem KAS gesponserten Alt-Gangster der US Mafia in Albanien und in Nachfolge: Aldo Bumci der Pudel von Berisha, wie es bei wikileaks heisst.
Mr Arber Kadia is a member of the Democratic Party of Albania and member of the High Committee of the Democratic Party’s Youth Forum. He works as Director of the Regional Directorate of National Culture in Tirana. From 2011-2012 he was a part-time lecturer in History of Art and Cultural Heritage Management at the University of New York in Tirana = Mafia University, without licenz from the orginal University.
The Project MILESTONES is co-funded by the European Union and the National Funds of Greece & Albania under the IPA Cross-Border PROGRAMME „Greece-Albania 2007-2013“.
St. Athanasius Monastery in Leshnica Collapses, Minister Kumbaro Silent on Campaign Trail
In spite of her incessant claims that she is protecting Albanian cultural heritage, Minister of Kumbaro’s term has seen the massive destruction of cultural and archeological heritage around the country. The latest example is…
Minister Kumbaro, who is on the campaign trail for the first time as she tries to secure her seat in the Gjirokastra region, has failed to issue any statement on the matter. In Gjirokastra itself, the Minister approved an illegal “urban generation” plan which threatens the UNESCO World Heritage city.
Also Arta Dollani, director of the Institute for Cultural Monuments, has failed the respond to this tragic loss of cultural heritage.
Photos published by Melsi Labi, the former director of the National Historical Museum who was fired after criticizing Minister Kumbaro, show that the roof of the monastery has fully collapsed.
Shembet manastiri në Sarandë
Manastiri i shkatërruar Athanasit
Përkundër pretendimeve të vazhdueshme se trashëgimia kulturore në Shqipëri po mbrohet, gjatë drejtimit të Ministrisë së Kulturës nga Mirela Kumbaro, trashëgimia kulturore dhe arkeologjike është shkatërruar masivisht.
Shembulli më i fundit është shembja e Manastirit të Shën Athanasit në Leshnicën e ulët, një monument i kategorisë së parë në Sarandë, që daton të paktën që prej vitit 1797.
Fotot e publikuara nga Melsi Labi, ish-drejtor i Muzeut Historik Kombëtar, që u shkarkua pas kritikave ndaj ministres Kumbato, tregojnë se kupola e manastirit është shkatërruar plotësisht.
Manastiri është një nga 77 monumentet e kultit që i shpëtoi shembjes gjatë Revolucionit Kulturor e Ideologjik të vitit 1967. Monumenti gjithsesi nuk arriti t’i mbijetojë indiferencës dhe harresës së qeverisë.
Ministrja Kumbaro, e cila është në fushatë elektorale për herë të parë, për të siguruar mandatin e saj në qarkun e Gjirokastrës, nuk ka dhënë ende asnjë deklaratë për shembjen e manastirit. Në qytetin e Gjirokastrës, ministrja ka aprovuar planin e paligjshëm të urbanizimit, që vë në rrezik qytetin që bën në Trashëgiminë Botërore të UNESCO-së.
Po ashtu, Arta Dollani, drejtoresha e Institutit për Monumentet e Kulturës nuk ka arritur ta ndalojë rrënimin e manastirit.
Më poshtë gjeni një video të janarit 2017, me manastirin ende të pashkatërruar:
The ancient Phoenice was founded before the 5th century BC, on a hill located between the towns Saranda and Delvina, where today lies the town with the same name. After the disintegration of the kingdom of Epirus, the ancient city of Phoenice played an important role in two ways. First, in 231 BC it was established as the administrative capital town of Epirotes. Second, in Phoenice was signed the peace agreement between Macedonia and Rome.
The enormous theater with about 17 thousand seats is located in the middle of the hill and it has an opening towards the Monastery of the Forty Saints in Saranda. The theater also functioned as the assembly place of „All Epirotes around Phoenice“, where major decisions were taken regarding peace, war or different trial cases.
Power was exercised by three generals: one was the leader and was nominated the prefect, the second was the secretary of the Assembly, and the third was the warrantor (the protecter). The three generals were respectively from three main tribes: the Mollos, the Chaonians and the Thesprotians. The designated Phoenice pilgrim place was Dodona.
The theater was built three times, which was confirmed by archaeological excavations during which three construction layers were discovered. The first phase belongs to the 4th century BC. The construction material is the local stone and, mainly, the stage stone was extracted by the hill itself.
The second building phase belongs to the 3rd century BC. The stones of this phase are white, well-sculpted and were brought from nearby quarries around Phoenice. The scene was expanded to reflect the change in the status of Phoenice as the metropolis of Chaonia and the capital of Epirus.
The theater, built in the 2nd phase, exceeded the size of the theater of Dodona in two ways. In Phoenice the diameter of the orchestra was 19.80 meters while that of Dodona was 19.20 meters. Also, the diameter of the concave space from the center to the head of the seats is 129.5 meters while in Dodona it is 129 meters. In the theater stage were found pedestals and footprints of assumed giant statues of old gods or emperors.
The ancient city of Phoenice was fortified in three phases, a fact also mentioned by the historiograph Polybius: The first phase began with the creation of the city during the 5th century BC and it continued until the middle of the 4th century BC. The second phase started in the midle of the 4th century, thus, culminating the development of the whole city. The third phase coincides with the period of the city’s intensive development and the cutting of the first local currency with the inscription „Foinikaieon“ „Φοινικαιέων“ during the 3rd century BC.
The central structural complex of the city was Acropolis or Agora, which is located in the highest plateau of the hill. Acropolis played the primary social role and kept that role until the fall of the city. In this area are found the most important and preserved monuments such as the Thesauri and the Basilica. Thesauri, first discovered by Ugolini in 1926, served to preserve the treasury of the city and the „Epirot Assembly“ too.
Next to and above the Acropolis-shaped Thesaur building were the visible foundation traces of a great basilica. According to historic facts, Peregrino the bishop of Phoenice represented Epirus, in 552, in the World Conference of Christianity. Other sources mention Valeriano in the time of Emperor Leon, Philip in the year 516, and the last bishop, Efstathios. In 568, he moved its headquarters to the Monastery of Mesopotamia and later Delvina at the Monastery of Kamena, near Kakodhiq. Phoenice archaeological excavations revealed that the city in ancient times was an active religious center something that is reflected in the pagan and also Orthodox Christian findings that followed later. A few meters away from the basilica there are the traces of a church from the Christian era. Also, in the location „Palavli“ there are the ruins of early Christian temples decorated with diverse mosaics. The Episcopal temple of Phoenice honors the name of The Virgin Mary, the „Source of Life; it seems that it was built on the old basilica.
Archaeologists discovered in Phoenice the characteristic residence with two peristyles from the 3rd century BC. The dwelling followed a square plan and covers an area of approximately 700 m2. It consists of a large courtyard with a peristyle, around which there are other areas. A second peristyle frames a little yard in the eastern part of the dwelling.
The size and the power of Phoenice are also displayed by the Necropolis’ rich ceramics and the numerous coins found there with the epigraph Foinikaieon. The Albanian researcher of nomismatology Shpresa Gjongecaj made public in 2006 the finding of 358 types of coins, 314 of which were with Greek epigraphs. These epigraphs show the commercial exchanges of Phoenice with other prosperous cities in the region during the 4th -1st century BC.
Rechts: Neue Antike Strukturen der Byzantischen Stadt Mauer wurden gefunden. Der Experte: Luan Përzhita. erklärt. Vor allem Lefter Koka, Vangjush Dako, korrupte Minister liessen 270 Antike Stätten zubetonieren.
Vollkommen krimineller Schwachsinn, wie man ein Antikes Stadtbild zerstören kann und erneut viele Bäume, Blumen Anlage, als Eintritts Tor zur Stadt. Und dann bei Regen.
Um EU Gelder zu erhalten, zustehlen mit Idioten, schwafelt die Ministerin Kumbaro (andere Minister waren noch schlimmer) von Restaurierung der Kirchen und Klöster