A paved border road to Qafa e Morinës in the Albanian mountains
Qafa e Morinës (Qafë Morinë) is an international mountain pass at an elevation of 563m (1,847ft) located on the border of Albania and Kosovo.
Where is Qafa e Morinës?
Set high in the Albanian mountains, the pass links the Gjakova District of western Kosovo and the Kukës County of northern Albania.
How long is Qafa e Morinës?
The road to the summit is paved. It’s called M9-1 (in Kosovo) and SH-22 (in Albania). The pass is 18.2 km (11.30 miles) long, running east-west from Ponoshec (in Kosovo) to Bajram Curri (in the Gjakova Highlands of Albania).
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