Matt 18 Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb 12 and saw two angels in white, seated where Jesus' body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot. Who is it you are looking for?
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You must log in to post a comment. Nobody rides Balkan trains, and for good reason, too. It has fantastic dialogue but the idea of this actually being a train in the Balkans is completely implausible. In the Balkans the trains are old, slow, uncomfortable, and they make stops every ten minutes.
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Also related to this basic root are the Turkish and Greek words for Albanians and the Albanian language. The latter explanation may, however, simply be a folk etymology or constitute the reason why Albanians identify themselves with the eagle. Albanians can be divided into two cultural groups: the northern Albanians, or Ghegs sometimes spelled Gegs , and the southern Albanians, or Tosks. The geographic border between the two groups, based on dialect, runs roughly along the Shkumbin River, which flows through the central town of Elbasan to the Adriatic Sea.
The outstanding well-preserved white-washed stone houses of historical Berat perhaps are the best in the Balkans , forming the unique lower historical core of winding cobblestone paths and the beautiful Medieval Kalaja Citadel district on top of the high hill with wonderful Saint Trinity Church , dominating the Osum River Valley and the surrounding area and providing striking view. Berat is also set on the right bank of the Osum River which has cut a metre deep gorge through the limestone rock on the west side of the valley to form a precipitous natural fortress, around which the town was built on several river terraces. The town of Berat is one of the oldest in Albania, keeping the earliest traces of human habitation and settlement dating from BC. The city of Berat was composed of two fortifications on both shores of the Osum River and is adorned with 40 Byzantine churches and some 30 mosques.