Religion in Albania is dominated by Islam and Christianity.

An excerpt from the article 25 facts about Albania

56.7% of Albania's population professes Islam, making it the largest religion in the country, and Albania is the only country located entirely in Europe where Muslims constitute the majority of the population. Most Albanian Muslims are Sunni.

Christianity is mainly represented by Catholicism (10.03%) and Orthodox Christianity (6.75%). Christianization of Albania lasting from the 1st century AD finally took place in the Greek rite.

For several decades, Albania was under the rule of a communist activist, Enver Hoxha, who promoted state atheism. At that time, religion was banned and condemned.