‘Scanderbeg’s Dining Table’, Natural Monument Not to Be Missed
Albanian Daily News
Published April 21, 2017

Nature monuments are scattered all over the Albania’s territory and have monumental and historical values. Each one of them hides a legend or a story. 

‘Scanderbeg’s Dining Table’, also known as ‘God’s Dining Table’ is one of these natural monuments located in the northern part of the city of Prrenjas. It is a large limestone slab with a little round shape set on rocks on the southeastern edge of Librazhd district, situated near the Skura Mountain. 

The view of this large limestone slob from the heights of Qafe Thana is grandiose and picturesque. The legend narrates that Scanderbeg along with his soldiers had lunch on this slab that looks like a giant table after wining of his many battles. It is believed that this lunch was organized in honor of the victory in Drenova field. 

This natural monument has historical values and is deemed as a first category tourist destination. This place may be reached through the national road axis to Pogradec. Then tourists stop in Pishkash village and proceed toward this natural monument. 

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