Koman Archaeological Site, Accessible Through GPS
Albanian Daily News
Published September 12, 2017
Koman’s archaeological site will be accessible from now through a specially designed GPS system. This system will guide the visitors through unpaved paths to the city of Dalmaca. The project was approved during the last meeting of the National Council of Restoration as an opportunity to guide the visitors toward this important cultural destination.

The information boards were drafted by the head of the French Archeological Mission, Etleva Nallbani, while the paths inclusion in the GP S system was carried on by Sabah Seferaj.
The GPS system will enable the tourists to reach the site and visit churches, houses and the nekropolis.

Komani is one of the most important medieval settlements in Albania, about 60 km away from Shkodra, while the archaeological settlement is only accessible by foot.




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