Bajram Curri (1862 – March 29, 1925) was an ethnic Albanian politician and activist within the Vilayet of Kosovo, Ottoman Empire.
Born in Gjakova, under Ottoman control, Curri represented the interests of the Albanians.
During World War I, he organized a guerrilla unit as part of the Kachak movement trough the Committee for the National Defence of Kosovo which he was a member.
When Albania was reconstituted after the war, he held various governments posts as a Minister and as a commander in the army.
As an opponent of the later King Ahmed Zogu, to whom the Kosovo issue was less important, he was pursued by the King's troops and encircled in the northern Albanian mountains. He shot himself on March 29, 1925, in order to escape capture. The place where he died, Dragobi, in Tropojë District, was renamed after him (Bajram Curri), to commemorate him as a freedom fighter.