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Please note that families in Albania are very traditional and brides from this country can be considered old-fashioned.
Loyalty is an essential quality for Albanian women and they naturally return the favor through their devotion to the family and will always stick by their man come thick or thin. The country consists of 3.6 million people and has a mild and temperate climate with dry summers.
As of 2011, the employment rate was 51.8% for women, compared to 65.6% for men.
As late as 1946, about 85% of the people were illiterate, principally because schools using the Albanian language had been practically non-existent in the country before it became independent in 1912.
Despite the risk of infections and inflammations sexually active Gheg women are obtaining covert "simple 20-minute gynaecological" surgery "to become virgins again" in Gheg cities.
The same clinics report that some wives are brought in by their husbands because they have failed to bleed on their wedding nights.
Although forced marriage is generally disapproved by society, it is a "well known phenomenon in the country, especially in rural and remote areas" and girls and women in these areas are "very often forced into marriages because of [a] patriarchal mentality and poverty".
leading women to have illegal abortions or to induce them on their own.
The importance given by Gheg men to marry themselves to virgin women has led to women paying to have their virginity restored. In such a traditional society, the women have subordinate roles in Gheg communities that believe in "male predominance".This is despite the arrival of democracy and the adoption of a free market economy in Albania, after the period under the communist Party of Labour.In northern Albania, such as in Mirditë and nearby mountainous areas, it is part of tradition for Albanian women to be married only after they have been able to give birth to first sons.The women in central Albania, particularly the women in Elbasan and the nearby regions, are known to cook the sweet tasting ballakume during the Dita e Verës, an annual spring festival celebrated on the 14th of March.