This lake is very beautiful. Between mountains and plains, the slender lake is more like a jade belt. Surprisingly, there is an unnamed old castle in the lake and his mini version of the Great Wall, which is the right time to go in autumn.
In the uninhabited castle ruins of Albania, just pressing the shutter is a bleak doom. This is probably a forgotten country-Albania. On a whim, Montenegro suddenly found that Albania was also close at hand, so he turned around and went straight to Shkoder, the second largest city. The most famous attraction in Shkoder is probably the ruins of Rozafat Castle. Tickets are very cheap, but the road uphill is a bit rugged. The castle is divided into three yards, the first one can overlook the city of Shkadar and Lake Shkadar in the distance. The second is the ruins of many abandoned castles. It used to be a sacrificial hall, with only broken walls. Finally, there is a museum inside you can go in and see. Although there are only ruins, it is still a place where local residents hold some festivals, and it will become lively at this time. No one can be seen on the huge mountain. A 15-minute drive nearby is the more famous Mesi Bridge. Because of its unique shape, many photographers come here to shoot. The river is dry in the dry season. Seeing more crowded attractions, this kind of empty niche attractions makes people want to stay longer. (From the top of the mountain overlooking Lake Skadar at the border of Montenegro and Albania, the scenery is so beautiful~)