Cape of Rodon

The Cape of Rodon or Cape of Skanderbeg is a rocky cape on the Adriatic Sea north of , Albania. On the Cape is the Rodoni Castle, built by Skanderbeg in 1463. and a Saint Anthony Church.
41.5868° or 41° 35' 12.6" north
19.4458° or 19° 26' 44.9" east
38 metres (125 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 6017761734
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Albanian: Kepi i Rodonit
  • Bulgarian: Родон
  • Cebuano: Kepi i Rodonit
  • Dutch: Kaap van Rodon
  • Dutch: Kaap van Skanderbeg
  • Dutch: Kepi i Rodonit
  • English: Kepi i Rodonit
  • German: Kap Rodon
  • German: Kap Rodoni
  • German: Kepi i Rodonit
  • Hungarian: Rodon-fok
  • Hungarian: Rodon
  • Hungarian: Rodoni-fok
  • Hungarian: Szkander bég fok
  • Swedish: Kepi i Rodonit
  • Cape Rodoni
  • Capo Rodoni
  • Hundë e Muzlit
  • Kepi Muzhlit Skenderbeg
  • Kep i Rodonit
  • Kepi i Muzhllit të Skëndërbeut
  • Muzhilli i Skënder-Beut
  • Muzhli
  • Muzhli Skenderbeg
  • Muzhëll i Skanderbeut
  • Muzli
  • Muzli i Skender-Beut
  • Rodonē

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