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Albania Facts Info Stuff (AL):

Albania Latitude Facts: 41.224358974359 and Albania Longitude Facts: 19.8869230769231

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Albania Regions are: Berat Diber Durres Elbasan Fier Gjirokaster Korce Kukes Lezhe Shkoder Tirane Vlore

Various World Country Facts:

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook