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Dropull Municipality 

Dropull is a municipality and a predominantly Greek-inhabited region in Gjirokastër County, in southern Albania.

 

The region stretches from south of the city of Gjirokastër to the Greek–Albanian border, along the Drinos river. The region's villages are part of the Greek "minority zone" recognized by the Albanian government, in which live majorities of ethnic Greeks.

The municipality Dropull was created in 2015 by the merger of the former municipalities Dropull i Poshtëm, Dropull i Sipërm and Pogon. The seat of the municipality is the village Sofratikë.  

 

The total population is 3,503 (2011 census), in a total area of 448.25 km2.

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