A brass push button reliably fastens your wallet. Other Cultural Monuments found in the region of Kavajë: Kavaja, at the border of Elbasan, is ruled by an independent voyvoda under the jurisdiction of the Emin of Durrës.
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Frockcoat är normalt inte ett plagg man bär till klädkoden Kavaj. Bär övriga gäster inklusive brudgummen vanlig Kavaj det vill säga kostym skulle det kunna uppfattas som lite märkligt med frockcoat.
Klänningen du beskriver kan fungera om den är stilig i övrigt. Den enkla svenska skolengelskan räcker oftast inte till när man skall översätta begrepp inom den brittiska eller amerikanska engelskan. Kan man komma i t. Samma gäller troligtvis damerna.
Har köpt kostym som skall användas. Kan man använda väst och kravatt till klädkod kavaj som brudgum eller är det mer korrekt att köra en vanlig slips eller fluga? Slips eller fluga är mer korrekt. Ja, det är helt okej! För sommarbröllop, hur ser koden ut om det blir för varmt med klädkod kavaj efter kyrkan?
Läsaren kan efter att ha läst denna text bemöta de som hävdar annorlunda. Skor och skärp bör inte sticka ut färgmässigt vid klädkod mörk kostym. Betyder det att man skall klä sig efter klädkoden Kavaj fast i ljusa färger? Och gäller samma sak för mig som kvinna? Axlarna behöver inte vara täckta. Kavaj Kavaj är en mer formell klädkod än udda kavaj. Kostym i valfri färg. Kavaj, byxa och eventuellt väst ska vara i samma tyg och färg.
Desto mörkare färg ju mer formellt. Skjorta i valfri färg. Desto ljusare färg ju mer formellt. Eventuellt skärp ska vara i samma färg som skorna.
The two most prominent families that ruled Kavajë at this time were the feudal families of Skuraj and Matrangaj. The Skuraj family , as direct descendants of the dynasty that founded the Principality of Arbanon controlled the eastern part of Kavajë. Their emblem depicted a lion standing up on one foot and reaching up to grab a fleur-de-lis. This symbol would later be used as the official Emblem of the City of Tirana. The Matrangaj family as the most powerful rulers of the region had established their center in Bashtovë.
They controlled most of the Myzeqe plains and the coastal hills of Karpen. Ottoman writer and traveler Evliya Çelebi describes Kavajë in this memoir: It was founded in the year Kavaja, at the border of Elbasan, is ruled by an independent voyvoda under the jurisdiction of the Emin of Durrës. Since the fortress of Durrës is located in an isolated and unproductive place on the coast, the qadi of Durrës resides here, whereas the Emin still lives in Durrës.
The qadi has a salary level of akçe and has authority over 73 villages. Kavaja is a charming town on a broad, flat and fertile plain at the end of the bay projecting from the gulf, and is surrounded by gardens and vineyards. It has one- and two-storey terraced stonework houses with tiled roofs and embellished with delightful gardens, ponds and fountains.
There are also exquisite mansions with towers and pleasure-domes. Many noble families live here, such as the Haris-zade family and the Pasha-zade family. Kavaja has 4 quarters, including There are also 4 neighbourhood mosques, all with squat minarets lacking stonework.
There are 2 medreses, but the students are not much interested in learning. There are 3 primary schools and 2 dervish tekkes, as well as prosperous and well-kept shops in the bazaar.
On both sides of the bazaar street grow mulberry trees which provide the bazaar with shade. All the trades are represented here and one finds all kinds of valuable and invaluable goods. The bazaar is wealthy and bustling, since people from Bashtova and Durrës come here to buy their goods and produce. There are 2 khans for travelling tradesmen, also built of carved stonework, in which all sort of fabrics are to be found, as if they were covered bazaars.
There are no baths in the bazaar, but over 40 private baths are to be found in the better homes — or so I have been told. Haris-zade Aga has promised to construct a public bath and has secured a lot for it in the bazaar — may God fulfil his intention. No one until now has undertaken such a project. It was deemed unnecessary because the noble families allowed their relatives and retainers to use their private baths. There are many rich businessmen and generous home owners.
Kavaja has a mild climate and so the people are very hospitable. Scottish diplomat David Urquhart describes his encounter upon arriving in Kavajë in this piece: The next day, in the afternoon, I arrived at Cavalha [Kavaja], and on entering the place, which contains between two and three hundred Guegue families, I met Ibrahim Bey, the proprietor of this place and the surrounding country, accompanied by a troop of savage and picturesque looking horsemen; but they all fell short of the ferocious air of their leader — a man guilty of every crime, and stained with every vice, and detested alike by Turks and Christians.
The blood of his nearest relatives was on his head. He possesses — in the way that an Albanian Odjack possesses — an extent of country thirty miles in every direction. I had now fairly entered into the country of the Guegues: These last, though speaking a dialect of the Skipt, or Albanian, are strongly tinctured with Sclavonian blood; whereas, to the south, the influence of Greece has more prevailed.
The Guegues have a distinct costume: The colours they affect are crimson and purple; and these, with their red caps, white fustanels, red leggings, and gold-embroidered vests, gives a richness and splendour to their appearance, especially when assembled in numbers, which exceeds, even in effect, that most elegant of costumes, the southern Albanian. I never saw any thing more beautiful than the groups of children. The paleness of complexion which, even in infancy, casts its invariable shade, here yields to the joint influence of the mountains and the north.
The little creatures wear, in miniature, the formal dresses of their sires; and the delicate crimson of their cheeks is matched with that colour which supersedes every other in their costume. Erickson was a missionary to Albania who had offered political advice to the Vatra delegation at the Paris Peace Conference of The school he founded, aimed to promote the knowledge of modern scientific agriculture and provide a thorough training to young Albanians.
The girls school was inaugurated on September 20 and the boys agriculture school opened on October 10 of that same year. Cost for enrollment was 50 gold franga per month. The students could study continuously for three straight years with an option for two additional years given to those with excellent results. Classes were taught in both Albanian and English language. Following the Italian fascist occupation of , the school was briefly renamed Italian Agrarian Institute "Arnaldo Mussolini" in honor of Benito Mussolini's younger brother.
About of them were German and Austrian refugees and the rest were from nearby countries like Yugoslavia and Greece. The largest number of these refugees, some in total, were placed at a camp in Kavajë where they would later find shelter amongst the local population. The citizens of Kavajë gave an invaluable contribution in the housing and sheltering of Jewish refugees during the war. Known primarily as an agricultural region, in the early decade of the s Kavajë started to emerge as an important industrial center in Albania.
Following is a list of the major industrial plants that operated in the city:. The first anti-communist revolt in Kavajë took place in the Summer of It was a union strike organized by Nazmi Roli, Fatmir Veliu, Skënder Germani, Viktor Rrapi and others who were protesting against job cuts and poor working conditions on behalf of the pottery workers and those who worked at the textile plant and the glass factory.
In the succeeding months, the city's youth which at the time was forced by the regime to work in agriculture cooperatives, started distributing anti-communist leaflets at local shops, schools and villages nearby. These were powerful blows that brought embarrassment to the leadership of the party and the state security apparatus.
On March 26, , the first active demonstration in Albania took place in the streets of Kavajë. The event that triggered these demonstrations was the football match between local club Besa and Tirana club Partizani which had long been favored by the regime.
Angry fans threw banners on the field detesting the system. After the match, numerous people were arrested by the police. Outraged citizens took on the streets and burned the city's police building thus marking the first event of importance against the regime at the time. Kavajë is a municipality built on the coastal plains of Albania's Western Lowlands region.
Located just south of the Bay of Durrës , it is partially engulfed by two small river streams, Leshniqe to the west-northwest and Darçi to the west-southwest. Within these boundaries the municipality has an approximate surface area of
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