Roskovec is a city in Albania, located in Fier County. With a population of 32,913 people, it is the 6th largest city in Albania. Roskovec has a rich cultural and economic history, as it has existed since 1296.
Roskovec is known for its palm fruit cultivation, with its locals producing an exportable surplus. It is also home to many citrus orchards and a manufacturer of foods such as juice, jam, and canned fruit.
The city is located at the junction of two main roads, SH2 and SH4, making it the ideal place for commerce and transportation. The infrastructure in Roskovec is well-developed and modern, with a modern bus system, several banks, and commercial centers.
The city also has several historical sites, including the Church of St. George and the Venetian Castle, as well as many cultural attractions such as museums and galleries.
Besides its culture, Roskovec is known for its beautiful beaches, mountains, and thermal springs, making it a popular tourist destination.
Roskovec is an industrial center for the agricultural and energy sectors, employing 15,000 people in the area. The industries include aluminum and copper works, mining, and energy production.
The educational system in Roskovec is well-developed, with a University and technical college and various primary and secondary education facilities.
Roskovec's nightlife is considered one of the liveliest in the country, with numerous bars, nightclubs, and pubs operating throughout the city.
The city is known for its traditional cuisine, with restaurants serving dishes based on local culinary traditions.
The Roskovec area is also home to an important archaeological site dating back to the 1st century AD.
Roskovec also hosts an annual International Chef event, where chefs from around the world come together to present new and innovative culinary creations.