This is the first English-language book on the Geology of Albania. Albania is a very small country but it is characterized by a variety of geological formations of different periods. These are described with special attention to Albanias geological situation as part of the Dinaride-Hellenide Mountain range. Consequently, the author treats the geological structures of Albania in detail and links them with the equivalent zones of the Dinarides and Hellenides and their respective stratigraphic columns. He addresses problems of magmatic rocks (some ophiolites in Albania provide the most complete ultramafic sections in the Mediterranean region), mineral deposits and much more. Additionally, the book attempts to integrate neotectonic and seismotectonic features of Albania with its palaeogeographical development. The new volume aims to stimulate interest in Albanian geology, in particular among foreign geologists, and to enlighten all who read it.