Ballsh Pangiriman Kembang

Godaan
USD 76.72

Godaan

Lili, anyelir lan gypsophila

Alus
USD 63.40

Alus

24 Mawar lan lilac

Mugo-mugo Kasil
USD 45.28

Mugo-mugo Kasil

12 Mawar

Rangkul
USD 55.27

Rangkul

Mawar lan gypsophila

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Hadiah Amargo Apik Budine
USD 81.51

Hadiah Amargo Apik Budine

36 Mawar

Nyolowedi
USD 76.72

Nyolowedi

12 Mawar, anyelir, lili lan gypsophila

Kaendahan Sing Alus
USD 45.28

Kaendahan Sing Alus

Mawar lan anyelir

Lembut
USD 45.28

Lembut

Lili lan gypsophila

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Agung
USD 65.26

Agung

Anyelir, mawar

Kabingungan
USD 76.72

Kabingungan

Lili, mawar, kembang srengenge, lavender lan anyelir

Apik Banget
USD 81.51

Apik Banget

Mawar

Trisno Sing Ditinggalke
USD 76.72

Trisno Sing Ditinggalke

Mawar, lili lan anggrek

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Godha
USD 45.28

Godha

Mawar, lili lan gerbera

Ngaku Trisno
USD 45.28

Ngaku Trisno

Mawar

Wenehono Aku Eseman
USD 45.28

Wenehono Aku Eseman

9 Mawar lan gypsophila

Tau Setya
USD 55.27

Tau Setya

Mawar, lili, gerbera, statice 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.