"Tirana is growing up fast. After a few prepubescent years of fooling around with the wrong friends, and some petty crime in the 1990s and some half-hearted first attempts at using make-up immediately afterwards, the city is now emerging as a young lady getting ready to show the world what she's all about.
Tirana in your pocketAutumn-Winter 2008-2009City guideHotels, Restaurants, Cafes, Nightlife, Sightseeing, Events, Maps52 pagesWeight: 0.06 kgLanguage: English
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"Tirana is growing up fast. After a few prepubescent years of fooling around with the wrong friends, and some petty crime in the 1990s and some half-hearted first attempts at using make-up immediately afterwards, the city is now emerging as a young lady getting ready to show the world what she's all about. The beautician's tips are beginning to take effect, as stunning new buildings rise from the dust, now with surprising architecture and well-applied colour schemes."
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