Sights In Albania

  • St. Paul’s Cathedral is the largest Catholic church in Albania. The cathedral was built in 2001. Inside are stained glass windows depicting Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II...
  • The King’s Mosque (alb. Xhamia e Mbretit), also known as the Sultan Mosque (Xhamia e Sulltanit) or the Sultan Bayazid Mosque, is the cultural monument of Albania...
  • This beautiful Orthodox church is located in the very center of Berat. It was built for quite a long time: the first stone in the foundation of the temple was laid in 1994 while the construction began in 2002...
  • The Skanderbeg Square is the main square of Tirana, named in 1968 in honor of the Albanian national hero Skanderbeg with his monument in the very heart of the square...
  • Ebu Beker Mosque is one of the Islamic shrines of Albania. It was built in 1995 by Zamil Abdullah Sheikh from Saudi Arabia...
  • This cultural monument of Albania is located in Berat. It was built in 1782 by Ahmet Kurt-Pasha, as a meeting place and prayer of the Sufi Bektash order...
  • This medieval Byzantine church is located in the fortress of Berat and is one of the symbols of the city. Presumably built in the XIV century it is a vivid example of Byzantine architecture...
  • It is the largest Orthodox church in Shkoder. It was built in 2000 on the site of an old parish church, which was destroyed by an explosion in 1998...
  • The Bachelors’ mosque (alb. Xhamia e Beqarevet) was built in the 19th century. Located in the heart of the city on the banks of the river Osum...
  • The International Cultural Center and the former museum in Tirana, which opened on October 14, 1988. The building came to be the project of the daughter of Enver Hoxha a few years after his death...