Christianity was introduced in Albania for the first time around `59 AD.
Religion Orthodox thread in Albanian areas during the Byzantine period around `323 AD and the Muslim entered in Albania in the XIV century.
Albanian communist government in 1967 banned all kinds of religions being closed churches, mosques, religious schools and mosques. For 23 years, Albania was the only country in the world disbeliever.
In 1990, after the democratic movement, religion was left free and was rebuilt all mosques and churches of other items quite religious, and opened schools of different religious communities.
Today in Albania practiced some traditional religions such as Muslim, Orthodox, Catholic and Bektashism.