The majority of Albanians live in Albania and Kosovo, as well as in Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia.The Albanian diaspora was formed during the Middle Ages due to economic factors, sociopolitical circumstances of discrimination and violence against the Albanians in the Balkans. Read the full story » Mower Parts just announced the opening of their retail store at 7130 Oak Ridge Highway in Knoxville, TN.
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