Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania


Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
Albanian Kingdom
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The Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania is the statue used in the Albanian Kingdom introduced by King Zog.[1]

Parts

  • Preamble
  • Part One of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Two of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Three of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Four of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Five of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Six of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Seven of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Eighth of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Nine of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania
  • Part Ten of the Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania

See also

References

  1. ^ "The Fundamental Statue". Albanian Royal House. http://albanianroyalcourt.al/_downloadFile.php?p=wt7zjn03ztw9wp44uxhv. 

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