Sights in Berat

  • The Red Mosque (alb. Xhamia e Kuqe) is a ruined mosque in the fortress of Berat. It was probably built shortly after the Ottoman conquest of Berat in 1417...
  • The White Mosque (alb. Xhamia e Bardhë) is a ruined mosque, which is located in the fortress of Berat. It is called White, since it was built from white limestone...
  • The Hysen Pasha Mosque (alb. Xhamia e Hysen Pashës) or the Clock Mosque (Xhamia e Sahatit) is a cultural monument in Albania. It was built in 1670...
  • The fortress of Berat (alb. Kalaja e Beratit) is the main tourist attraction of the city. It is built on a rocky hill on the left bank of the Osum River at an altitude of 214 meters...
  • The national iconographic museum "Onufri", (alb. Muzeu Kombëtar Ikonografik "Onufri") is dedicated to Byzantine art and iconography. The museum is located in the Church of the...
  • The National Ethnographic Museum of Berat (Alb. Muzeu Kombëtar Etnografik i Beratit) was opened in 1979. The museum has a large collection of furniture, dishes and other household items...
  • The Lead Mosque (alb. Xhamia E Plumbit), also known as the Izgurli Mosque, is a historic mosque of the XVI century...
  • Being one of the main attractions of Berat, the Gorica Bridge was built at the end of the 18th century on the Osum River and connects two parts of the old city: Mangalem and Gorica...
  • Today only the fourth part of the large palace of Ahmet Kurt Pasha, who ruled Berat in the second half of the XVIII century, has remained...
  • 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...