Albanian women

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Angela Martini
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    Angela Martini

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    Angela Martini (born Angjela Martini on 23 May 1986) is an Albanian model and beauty pageant titleholder. She won Miss Universe Albania in 2010.


  2. Rosela Gjylbegu
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    Rosela Gjylbegu

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    Rosela Gjylbegu (born 13 March 1987 in Shkodër, Albania) is an Albanian singer.


  3. Urani Rumbo
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    Urani Rumbo

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    Urani Rumbo (1895-1936) was an Albanian feminist, teacher and playwright. She founded various associations promoting Albanian women's rights, the most important of which was the Lidhja e Gruas (English: Woman's Union), one of the first prominent feminist organizations of Albania.


  4. Tringe Smajl Martini
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    Tringe Smajl Martini

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    Tringë Smajl Martini Ivezaj (1880–1917), known simply as Tringe Smajli, and as Yanitza outside Albania, was an Albanian guerrilla fighter who fought against the Ottoman Empire in the Malësia region. She was the daughter of Smajl Martini, a Catholic clan leader of the Grudë tribe of Malësia.


  5. Hana Cakuli
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    Hana Cakuli

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    Hana Cakuli (born 26 May 1989 in Ulcinj, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia) is an Albanian singer from Montenegro.


  6. Parashqevi Qiriazi
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    Parashqevi Qiriazi

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    Parashqevi Qiriazi (1880–1970) was an Albanian teacher who dedicated her life to the Albanian alphabet and to the instruction of written Albanian language. She was a woman participant at the Congress of Monastir, which decided the form of the Albanian alphabet, and the founder of the Yll' i Mengjesit, a women's association. Parashqevi was also a participant in the Paris Peace Conference, 1919 as a member of the Albanian-American community. She was the sister of Sevasti Qiriazi, who was the director of the Mësonjëtorja, the first Albanian School for girls to open in 1891.


  7. Fortesa Hoti (singer)
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    Fortesa Hoti (singer)

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    Fortesa Hoti (born 6 May 1991 in Köniz, Switzerland) is a Swiss singer of Kosovar-Albanian descent.




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