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Mother Teresa Square is one of the most popular places in Tirana, especially during the warm days of the year where the stairs surrounding it are crowded by youngsters. In addition, there are many concerts, fairs and other events that take place in this square.The square was designed by the Italian architect Gerardo Bosio and was built along with the boulevard during the Italian occupation of Albania,between 1939-1941.Situated at the western end of the ´Dëshmorët e Kombit´ Boulevard, there are a number of important buildings located at the square such as the University of Arts, the Polytechnic University of Tirana, the University of Tirana, the Archaeological Museum and the Centre for Albanology Studies.After the fall of communism, the square was named after the missionary, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Albanian Catholic Saint, Mother Teresa.


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