Ballsh Pangiriman Kembang

Salam
USD 62.78

Salam

24 Mawar

Wong Enom
USD 44.84

Wong Enom

Mawar lan anyelir

Utomo
USD 62.78

Utomo

24 Mawar lan gypsophila

Ngungkapke Trisno
USD 75.97

Ngungkapke Trisno

3 Tulip, 3 jambon, 3 aster, anggrek

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Aku Nyekel Sliramu
USD 44.84

Aku Nyekel Sliramu

Lili lan gypsophila

Mugo-mugo Kasil
USD 44.84

Mugo-mugo Kasil

12 Mawar

Perawatan Ibu
USD 62.78

Perawatan Ibu

6 Mawar, anggrek lan anyelir

Ayu Tenan
USD 44.84

Ayu Tenan

Gerbera, anyelir lan mawar

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Maturnuwun
USD 75.97

Maturnuwun

Lili, mawar, gerbera lan anyelir

Aku Isih Trisno Sliramu
USD 44.84

Aku Isih Trisno Sliramu

5 Mawar lan gypsophila

Trisno sing Isinan
USD 44.84

Trisno sing Isinan

12 Mawar

Rujuk
USD 75.97

Rujuk

7 Mawar, gerbera, anyelir, lili lan anggrek

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Andhap Asor
USD 44.84

Andhap Asor

8 Mawar, lili lan gypsophila

Kepinginan
USD 75.97

Kepinginan

12 Mawar lan lili

Lara Ati
USD 75.97

Lara Ati

Mawar, anyelir , lili lan gypsophila

Enak
USD 75.97

Enak

Mawar, button pom lan anyelir

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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.