The Albanian stand at the largest fair in the world, as published by Kadare's books
Albania, for the first time, was part of the 'paese ospite' at the International Book Salon in Turin. One of the most famous and largest book fairs in the world has Albania in its 35th edition.
This year's salon has a title and is called "Through the Looking Glass", as a tribute to the British author Lewis Carroll.
And we have our Kadare. That's why the corner of Albania looks like it came out of "Chronicles in Stone". It is built in stone form with, but not gray, color.
"We hope that this will be a beautiful moment to get to know each other," said Minister Margariti, who was present at the cultural event.
The fair opened yesterday and will last for the next four days.
Among 44 countries and 200 professionals from publishing houses, Albania is a guest country.