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"Kolonjë" redirects here. For other uses, see Kolonjë (disambiguation).
Kolojnë District
Rrethi i Kolonjës
Country  Albania
County Korçë County
Capital Ersekë

The Kolonjë District (Albanian: Rrethi i Kolonjës), is one of the thirty-six districts of Albania, part of Korçë County. It has a population of 14,318[1] (2010 estimate). The district has an area of 805 km². It is in the south-east of the country, and its capital is Ersekë. Other towns in this district include Leskovik to the south. It is bounded by Korçë to the north, Greece to the east including the regional units of Kastoria and Ioannina. The town of Ersekë is built at the foot of mount Gramos (Albanian: Mali i Gramozit), Albania's fourth-highest mountain with a peak at 2525 m above sea level.


The district consists of the following municipalities:

Other Villages (Communities) and Settlements

Starje Arrëz Barmash Bezhan Blush Borovë
Butkë Gjonc Gërmenj Gostivisht Helmës
Kabash Kagjinas Kaltanj Kamnik Kodras
Kozel Kreshovë Kurtes Lashovë Leshnjë Lëngëz
Lënckë Luaras Mesicke Milec Mollas
Novoselë Orgockë Piskal Poda Postenan
Prodan Psarr i Zi Qafzes Qesarakë Qinam Radovickë
Qinam Qytezë Radimisht Radanj Rehovë
Selenicë e Pishës Shalës Shtikë Shën Mërtir
Taç Vodicë Vrepckë Kurtës


External links

  • Explore Kolonja Tourist Guide

Coordinates: 40°18′N 20°38′E / 40.300°N 20.633°E / 40.300; 20.633Template:Korçë-geo-stub

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