Ballsh Pangiriman Kembang

Apik Banget
USD 81.76

Apik Banget

Mawar

Enom
USD 45.42

Enom

Lili lan mawar

Kesan Sing Awet
USD 76.95

Kesan Sing Awet

Lili, anggrek, gerbera lan mawar

Kajogo
USD 55.44

Kajogo

Lili, mawar, anggrek, lan lavander

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Nyenengake
USD 45.42

Nyenengake

Anyelir, mawar

Urip Iku Endah
USD 76.95

Urip Iku Endah

5 Lili, anyelir, mawar, gerbera lan gypsophila

Manis
USD 63.59

Manis

Kembang srengenge, mawar lan anggrek

Godha
USD 76.95

Godha

Mawar, anyelir lan anggrek

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Wanito Sing Nyenengake
USD 45.42

Wanito Sing Nyenengake

Lili, mawar lan gypsophila

Kaendahan Sing Alus
USD 45.42

Kaendahan Sing Alus

Mawar lan anyelir

Tukang Melu Urusane Wong Liyo
USD 81.76

Tukang Melu Urusane Wong Liyo

72 Mawar

Enak
USD 76.95

Enak

Mawar, button pom lan anyelir

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Antusias
USD 45.42

Antusias

Mawar

Nutup Janji
USD 55.44

Nutup Janji

3 Lili lan anyelir

Maturnuwun
USD 76.95

Maturnuwun

Lili, mawar, gerbera lan anyelir

Kelanggengan
USD 45.42

Kelanggengan

Anyelir, mawar lan gypsophila

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The small town of Ballsh, in southern Albania, once known as Glavinitsa, takes its name from Balsa II (pronounced like bal-sh), its former ruler. The town is well known for the large amount of oil and crude petroleum in the fields surrounding the town. While it is the case that the industrial nature of the city means there isn’t much by way of flora in the area, a few hardier oak and conifer trees grow around the city. Additionally, Ballsh is close to the ancient Illyrian city of Byllis, an ancient seaside ruin which is today considered a cultural monument of Albania, and was once important to the Ancient Greeks.