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Zhan D'Ark Boulevard

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Zhan D'Ark Boulevard

Zhan D'Ark Boulevard is a short boulevard of Tirana, Albania. Until recently, it held the name Rruga Marsel Kashen in honor of the French politician, Marcel Cachin. The boulevard, along with Bajram Curri Boulevard which runs parallel to it, underwent reconstruction in 2003.[1]

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  1. ^ Tirvana.gov


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