Sokaku i te Marreve Street is a small cobbled street in the old town of Gjirokastra which looks like an ordinary alley, but it is actually famous because of the books of Ismail Kadare. The name of the street means “Street of the Mad” and according to the story, when people walk in the street, the irregular stones start moving and following them while making noise like mad people. Under the communist regime the street was repaved with smaller stones and its name was changed to “Street of Pioneers” but after the fall of communism the name change was reversed back.
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