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Attempting to bribe the lady who sweeps the courtyard in front of the building is futile as the keys she shakes at you are probably her own house keys and she is very fleet of foot. Just beyond the mosque, in the very heart of the city, is Flag Square. This square is dominated by the imposing Independence Monument. The Albanian flag flutters in the far corner of the square in front of a small garden, the last resting place of Ismail Qemali. Finding female personnel, on the other hand, was not an easy task at all. Hiring and training servants involved rules and procedures. Poor people were wont to give up their ten- to fifteen-year-old daughters for a recompense of to DM. The girl in question would be taken over by the headmistress, would be washed, combed and dressed and would then be trained for a year under her tutelage to learn all the chores of the household, step by step.
After this period of training, the girl would then be given a job among the other servants, according to her talents and proclivities. The highest, but certainly not the most agreeable position in this hierarchy, was that of parlour-maid to the lady of the house. All the servants somsone their ranks. There were girls for skmeone and sweeping, parlour-maids to serve during family meals, women for ironing, lighting the lamps, and feal great assortment of other female servants. They were all under the supervision of two or three older vlre, each of whom was responsible for keeping an eye on specific aspects of the household. The number of female servants - girls and women - Just looking for someone real in vlore between 30 to In addition to them, there was the lady who taught my sister French, ij the Italian lady who taught sewing and knitting.
A veritable harem, the reader might think. The Albanians could not even have conceived of that oriental institution that fires the imagination of many European men. On the contrary, not only was the head of such an Albanian household not the head of a 'harem,' he often had difficulty asserting himself against the tyrannical rule of his one and only wife, the lady of the house amvise. Girls who had served for five to seven years in a household were married off by the lady of the house, often to quite respectable gentlemen, and received a dowry of to DM, and on occasion, even a house of their own. If the marriage broke down, if she had problems, or if her husband died, she did not return to her parents' home, but to her master, who had the duty of helping her with her needs.
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Below them, according to rank, were: This meant that there were over sixty people living under the not-too-solid roof of the Vlora family. If one included the annexes where my cousins lived, one could have manned a whole battalion of soldiers. This was nothing compared to the chaos that reigned in the castle of Kanina.
The old people told rdal that when my great grandparents and uncles lived there with the various and sundry aunts and nieces, the manor was packed with to people Why such an inordinate amount of Just looking for someone real in vlore Noble families in Albania and in the Orient in general had to be hospitable if somenoe did not want to lose their titles. It is difficult to say where this hospitality began loojing where it ended. It is much easier to state when it began and when it ended. It started when a 'noble' had something Just looking for someone real in vlore offer above and beyond the bare essentials in life, and it ended when he had sacrificed all his assets to the altar of hospitality.
Within these confines it lokking seen as seemlingly boundless and was profoundly rooted in the thinking of the people. To make this matter better understood, I would like to recount an episode from the eighteenth century. A man from the mountains of Shala came down to the market in Shkodra. While he was selling his goods, he caught sight of two foes with whom he was in a blood feud. The city was liberated in by communist forces under Enver Hoxha. During the World War IISazan Island became the site of a German and Italian submarine base and naval installations; these installations were heavily bombed by the Allies. After World War II with Albania falling under the communist regime, the port was leased out to the Soviet Union for use as a submarine base.
During and it served as a theater in the aftermath of the fall out between Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha and Nikita Khrushchev. Albania denounced the USSR as 'revisionist' and took Chinese side in the world communist movement split. In April the Soviet Union resenting being pushed out, after considerable investment in the naval facilities at nearby Pasha Liman Base threatened to occupy Vlora with Soviet troops, and cut off all Soviet economic, military and technical aid to Albania. The threat was not carried out, as a result of the simultaneous international developments, chief among them the Cuban missiles crisis. Hoxha realizing the vulnerability of Albania, after the USSR invaded Czechoslovakia inin a paranoia move ordered hundreds of thousands of concrete bunkers being built.