12:04a didn’t mean to edit the shot with these colors, but it reminded me a lot of that ridiculous design on the side of mall food court paper cups from the nineties, so i just left it
“we are cups, constantly and quietly being filled. the trick is knowing how to tip ourselves over and let the beautiful stuff out” /ray bradbury
Often left behind as a tourist attraction the hundred years old town clock was built in 1918, was funded by city merchants. It was designed by Italian specialists and has served as a point of reference for the city and shopping center. Interesting in this monument is the presence of ornamentation in patriotic frames and rosettes, of which are distinguished: the portraiture of Skanderbeg overlooking the front of the building and the two-headed eagle with a view of the east.