Dolna Gorica is one of the nine Macedonian villages of the Mala Prespa, southern of the Lake Prespa. The area is the only one in Albania enjoying the status and rights of a minority. In the school, lessons are given in Macedonian and they learn Albanian as a foreign language. Some of the villages have Macedonian and some – Bulgarian consciousness. Many of the inhabitants have Macedonian passports along with their Albanian ones, but because of the deepening crisis faced by the Macedonian state, an increasing number of people in the area have become aware of their Bulgarian origins. Bulgarian passports became more attractive because with them one will be able to travel visa-free to the EU countries.
prelepo selo, najlepše od posećenih, kao da je zamrznuto u vremenu. Očekivala sam i takve međuljudske odnose, i čvrsto ustaljene porodične običaje. Zatekli smo poluprazno selo i mnogi njegovi stanovnici su emigrirali u Evropu…
Sanja, M.A. Student U Belgrade
… sehr ländlich und einfach geprägt, aber schöne Häuser und gepflgte Gärten, verlassenes Dorf
Sandra, B.A. Student HU Berlin