Naked albanian

Throughout World War I, Austria-Hungary sent Russian prisoners of war from the Eastern Front to Goli otok.

Albanian is generally spoken here, but there is also a good deal of Turkish and Greek.It counts 30 minarets and makes such a grand impression that one would think it more important than Salonika.It has only 20,000 inhabitants, who live in miserable conditions.Grisebach was later professor for natural history at the University of Göttingen and director of the botanical garden there.In 1839 he undertook an extensive tour from Germany to Bursa in Turkey and returned via the southwestern Balkans.