"Albania is experiencing a very special Christmas: the country welcomes different religions and the legacy of communism.
There are therefore Catholic Christian families that celebrate in a certain way, Orthodox who celebrate in another, there are also Muslims or mixed families who celebrate in their own way or do not celebrate their own, and then there are all the traditions that during communism had been eliminated or transferred to the New Year that in these years are filmed and reinvented for Christmas ”.
He tells it Marjola Rukaj, Albanian journalist and correspondent of Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso, at the microphone of Federico Taddia during the Christmas special of "L'Altra Europa": a journey through the European Christmas traditions told by the voice of the friends of the broadcast spread around the old continent.
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