Maligrad (Albanian: Maligrad, also Qytet i Vogël "small city"; Macedonian: Мал Град, Mal Grad "small city/town") is an island situated deep within the Albanian part of Lake Prespa, with many caves suitable for wildlife and a circular cliff. Shaped like a tadpole, it contains some trees and an area of sand. The island contains a famous Saint Mary Church, built by Kesar Novak (Qesar Novaku), a local noble, in 1369. It has an area of almost 5 hectares.
Maligrad Island on Lake Prespa
|Location||Prespa Lake, Albania|
|Area||0.05 km2 (0.019 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||860 m (2820 ft)|
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