Albania is a continental country located in Europe, with a current population of around 2.8 million people. The main languages are Albanian, English, Italian, German, Greek, Macedonian, Romani, and Aromanian.

The capital of Albania is the city called Tirana, which has a population of around 500k people.

Albania is a unitary parliamentary constitutional republic.  This means that the president of Albania is the head of state and the prime minister is the head of government.

Albania is surrounded by Montenegro to the North, Serbia to the North-East, North Macedonia to the East, Greece to the South, and finally the Adriatic Sea to the west.

The main industries of Albania are oil and gas, mining, textile and clothing, hydropower, tourism, etc...

Korabi is the largest mountain in Albania (9,000 ft), reaching the height of around 1/3 of the height of Mt. Everest.

The main agricultural products in Albania are tobacco, figs, olives, wheat, maize, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, sugar beets, grapes, meat, honey, dairy products, and medicinal and aromatic plants.

Some foods made in Albania are Tavë Kosi (Lamb Baked with Rice), Byrek Me Spinaq (Albanian Spinach Feta Pie), Baked Mint Meatballs (Albanian Qofte), Albanian Jani Me Fasule (White Bean Soup).

Albania has a mediterranean climate; it has a warm and sunny climate on the coast and a cold climate inland.