The remains of the Serbian Orthodox church of St. Stephen in Shkoder, today’s Albania, a state created by the great powers in 1912.
Despite the counterfeiting of Serbian history, the official documents, some of which are kept in the Venetian archives, testify that Shkoder (Skadar) was the capital of Serbian medieval state in the early Middle Ages, and that this area was ruled by Serbian dynasties Vojislavljević, Nemanjić, Balšić, Lazarević, Branković, Crnojević, etc. until the fall of the Serbian medieval state under the Ottoman occupation.
This can easily be proved thanks to remains of systematically demolished churches, cemeteries, ancient towers and Serbian settlements, as well as many objects that are kept in a museum in Shkoder.
Source: fb page Meet the Serbs