2016 ALBANIA, Shkolla NEHEMIA

12 Mar

Albania 2016 Picture from NEHEMIA school pupils (2)

We all wish for peace because we want the power of love to overcome the love of power by Romelda.

We welcome these 3 designs from Shkolla NEHEMIA in Pogradec, Albania to join in the 2016 Schools’ International Peace Quilt. Well done to all the students involved.

 

Albania 2016 Picture from NEHEMIA school pupils (1)We all wish for peace because War is not a solution, by Erlin.

Albania 2016 Picture from NEHEMIA school pupils

We all wish for peace because we feel happy by Lusianna.

Special thanks also to Luiza Elmasllari for coordinating the 2016 project with her students aged 13 and 14.

Albania Flag Meaning:
The eagle is taken from an Albanian folk tale. The eagle faithfully watches over and guides the king or the “son of the eagle.”

The eagle dates back to George Castriota, an Albanian Christian who became a Turkish general in the 15th century under the name of Iskander Bey, or Skanderberg. Castriota used the double-headed eagle on his seals and this has led it to being on the modern flag. Albania declared independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1912. All versions of the Albanian flag since then have featured an eagle, even during the Italian occupation of World War II, and its communist regime after the war. Albania became a republic again in 1992.

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