In 1809, Albania entered the great European poetry with the splendid verses that Lord Byron dedicated to it. Guest at the court of Ali Pasha of Tepelene, the English poet was so fascinated by that world unknown to him that some scenes from Childe Harold's Pilgrimage were set.
What do foreign visitors see today that go to Albania in the footsteps of Lord Byron? How are those places that lit the imagination of writers and poets all over Europe kept and valued?
An exceptional guide explains it, the archaeologist Auron Tare, in this service aired in the last few days by Top Channel. Among the founders of the Archaeological Park of Butrint, Auron Tare is currently Director of the Albanian Submarine Archeology Center.
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