Toptani Shopping Center
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Toptani shopping center has also a supermarket on the -1 floor, 5 minutes walking from the appartment.
Toptani Shopping Center is located in the heart of Tirana very near the central square Skenderbeu, it has underground parking. The mall itself is ultra modern, multi-floor. It is very clean, neat and everyone can find something for himself/herself if interested in shopping.
The newest shopping mall in town. A good friend on mine owns a kids store "BEE", international brands on clothing and toys . Very cute place.
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