Shkodër or Shkodra is a city in northern Albania. It is written as Scutari in Italian, Скадар in Montenegrin, Scodra in Latin, İşkodra in Turkish, and Skoutari in Greek. Shkodër or Shkodra may also refer to: ...
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town, northwestern Albania. It lies at the southeast end of Lake Scutari, at a point where the Buenë (Serbo-Croatian: Bojana) River, one of Albania`s ... [2 related articles]
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Shkodër (shkō'dur) or Scutari (skOO'turē) , Serbo-Croatian Skadar, anc. Scodra, city (1989 est. pop. 80,200), capital of Shkodër dist., NW Albania, at the outlet of Lake Scutari. It is a market center in a fertile agricultural area that produces a variety of crops. Shko...
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The name was adapted to Italian as Scutari; in this form it was also in wide use in English until the 20th century. In Serbian, Shkodër was known as Skadar. ==History== ===Antiquity=== The town was known as Scodra (Scodra) during antiquity, and was the capital of the first kingdom of the Illyrian tribe of the Ardiaei, since the middle of the 3rd
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