Geography of Radhima
Radhima is located in the south of the city of Vlora, now almost united with the periphery of the city. At the early border of Radhima, in the place called Ura e Vrizit, today are divided administrative boundaries between the municipality of Vlora and Orikum municipality.
The village is located on the western slope of Lungara Mountain. It is evidenced as an ancient settlement of the III-II century BC. It is mentioned for the growth of pigs, production of wine and ham. It has the main direction of production of citrus, olive, vineyards and tourism. There is a 9-year school, health center, commercial and municipal unit.
The area that includes the traditional village boundaries is approximately 2000 hectares. The village is set in a quota of 150 to 180 m above sea level, the maximum distance north of the South is about 7.5 km and eastward (up to the sea edge) is 4.5 km, the distance from the center of the village to the sea edge is about 1100 m.
Radhima has a seaside that is included from the Syring to the Sources of River Izvori and captures a length of 7450 ml, while the perimeter of the land border is 15 700 ml. The northern boundary begins at Vrizit Bridge and follows east, north-east the Vriz stream stream (current version) but see the note below *! Leaving the territory of the Vlora municipality to the east and north east after passing The Coast of the Suburbs goes out to the Circuit of Kroi to the north of the place where it joins the Pallarama Stream, then follows the axis of the latter leaving the territories of Kanin in the north to the tip of Shturos follows the border above the northern side of the Pallarama streamline (Shashica area), up to the climb to the top of the Pallarama stream continues to the top of the mountain leaving the Lady’s nose to the north.
Radhima has a northern boundary Jonufër-Shashicë to a pre-made grave of Mehmet Halil and a Southern border to another pre-made Miftar Musait grave. then I had a church in the north Iffofur. (according to the Court Decision of 1933 and approved by King Ahmet Zogu “The Conflict with Kaninen Judicially solved”)
After climbing to the peak of Mount Radhima (Lungara) continues towards South and Southeast leaving the villages of Mazhari and Lapardhase to the border with the Tragjasi mountain near the Llustra square on the eastern side of this square, descends including the former plains of Ramastachuet in the head of Bulger up to the site of the tomb of Zanko Manes, is repeated again in the hills of Lug of Gegeve leaving in the south the concerts of Stepet and Hoxha to the Qafen e Sheges and following in the hills of Petrit Radhimes (sold Yzeir and Ismail Llakatund to the jewel of Xhezo Iliazit by throwing himself to the west of the river stream of Izvori (this boundary definition is only orientative and can not be obtained for legal reference)
In Radhima prevails a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and fresh, sunny summer. Within this territory has been developed all the activity of the village, this area is called the part of Labije under the administration of the Vilayet of Kanin and of the former Sandžak of Vlora. From the records that reach to this day, some names are not few in number (Gjiknikaj, Gjonhila, Gjikhila, Nik Gjon Bitri, Shënkoll, Baçat e Gjinet etc.), as well as archaeological finds in the tombs discovered at the top of Bregu and the houses of Beqir Hem Brahim Begotare, as well as some finds in Mavrenerua and Virua show that Radhima has been an ancient settlement dating to the minimum since the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC.