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Visitor Fees: 200 lek adults, 100 lek for students and disabled persons, free entry on last Sunday of every month, except June, July and August.


To get to the archaeological site of Antigonea head east out of Gjirokastra. The first landmark is the village of Asim Zeneli which is the most populous settlement of the Antigonea Commune. Under communism, the first livestock-farming cooperative in Albania was set up here. The National Park Centre of Antigonea is located at the centre of the village, next to the Commune offices. Guides may be found here. At the next village of Krinë bear right through the square, past the ancient plane tree, keep to the unpaved and sometimes rough track. Eventually the road approaches the village of Saraqinishtë and there is a track signposted to the right leading to the Hill of Jermë , the location of the ancient city Antigonea. The journey in total takes about 45 minutes.


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