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  • noun Plural form of kula.


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  • The need for protection led to a unique architecture still much in evidence on the plateau today: tall fortified farmhouses known as kulas (meaning towers), which are built of heavy stone, largely without windows, and with gun slits on the upper floors.

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  • On a rise overlooking Gllogjan he is building a monument to collective identity — two magnificent stone kulas in a stone-walled compound that will include a swimming pool and outbuildings for the staff.

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  • Octobercarmen: its me, my sister, kulas, and nicole kulas

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  • This one mentions the name of the Macellum's builder, [A] kulas.

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  • Great isolated boulders are scattered over it, on which stand kulas.

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  • The river became a torrent, leaping from rock to rock – the pine-clad mountains towered on either hand, and the houses were all kulas – tall stone towers, loopholed for rifles.

    High Albania

  • We descended a steep slope on the other side (rough above, and studded with bushes of sweet yellow plums, and cultivated below), and reached Arnji, a wide level, covered with well-irrigated maize fields, and scattered with good stone kulas.

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  • I visited dark kulas perched on rocks, and met everywhere the same frank hospitality and courtesy, though it weighed on my soul that I was receiving it under false pretences; for, in spite of my frequent and emphatic denials, all Thethi persisted in believing me to be the sister of the King of England come to free them, and addressing me always as Kralitse (Queen).

    High Albania

  • They were indignant, and said they did not want Turkish zaptiehs in their land, were not afraid of them, and would defend their kulas even against artillery.

    High Albania

  • We passed many big kulas, and the fields of sprouting maize were all guarded by wooden crosses painted white.

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