Sights In Albania

  • Archaeological Museum of Durres was founded in 1951. Currently it is the largest archaeological museum in the country newly reopened in 2015 following a building renovation...
  • Art Gallery officially opened on January 11, 1954. In 1956, as a result of the rapid growth of the volume of art works and the flourishing artistic creativity, the gallery moved to another three-storey building...
  • The museum was founded in 1981. Today its collection contains over 5,000 items that are housed in several thematic pavilions: Mother Teresa, Communist Persecution, Iconography, the Middle Ages...
  • Bunk'art 2 reveals the secrets of Sigurimi, a secret police force that was a tough pursuit instrument in the days of Enver Hoxha’s leadership...
  • Scanderbeg (born George Kastrioti) (alb. Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu). The ruler of the principality of Kastrioti (1443-1468), the leader of the Albanian rebellion against the Ottomans. The national hero of Albania...
  • Rozafa castle is the most popular tourist destination in Shkoder. This castle is annually visited by thousands of tourists from all over the world. The castle of Rozafa was built in the 3rd century BC by the Illyrians...
  • Built in the I-II century AD, the amphitheater is one of the largest monuments of the roman period. The amphitheater is located in the center of the city and is only half excavated...
  • St. Teresa of Calcutta (Alb. Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu). Known around the world as mother Teresa. Catholic nun, founder of the women's monastic congregation of sisters - missionaries of love...
  • Stone made footbridge is located in the center of Tirana. The bridge, built next to the Tunners’ Mosque, was once part of the path of St. George, which connected Tirana with the eastern highlands...
  • Bishop Theophan (Alb. Fan Stilian Noli). Albanian and American religious, social and political activist; Bishop, one of the founders of the Albanian Orthodox Church; the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Albania...