The old Bazaar in korça is the Bazaar of the Ottoman era. It was rebuilt in 1879 following an extensive fire.
The Resurrection of Christ Orthodox Cathedral of Korçë is the main Orthodox Church in Korçë. St. George Cathedral that stood on this spot, was destroyed by the Communist authorities in 1968. The Cathedral was fully restored in 1992.
The mosque was built in 1494 by Iljaz Hoxha (also known as Iljaz Bey Mirahori), who was a veteran of the conquest of Istanbul and the founder of the city of Korce. The minaret of the mosque was demolished during the Communist dictatorship. In 2014 the minaret was built again.
National Museum of Medieval Art is a museum dedicated to medieval history and art. The Museum was founded on 24 APR 1980.
The Museum houses more than 7,000 objects of art and culture representing various moments in the development of the iconography of Albania.
National Museum of Education was formerly the first Albanian school in Korçë, since 1878.
Museum of Oriental Art “Bratko” is the Albanian national Museum of Asian art in Korce. The Museum was opened in June 2003, thanks to an Albanian-American photographer, who donated his own collection of Asian art to the Museum.
The name of the Museum of “Bratko” was chosen by the photographer in memory of his beloved mother Victoria Bratko.
Museum of” Bratko ” serves as a monument to an extraordinary man, his family and home.
The Cemetery of the Martyrs or sometimes Heroes’ Cemetery, is a cemetery located above the city of Korca, Albania. The cemetery features a large statue of a soldier with a raised fist, as a memory for fallen soldiers who died during World War II in Albania. The statue is located on top of the Rruga Mbledhja e Beratit.
The statue of an Albanian warrior in the traditional clothing with a gun stands in front of the cathedral, in the middle of the eponymous square. It was sculpted in 1937 by Odhise PASKALI, the greatest Albanian sculptor, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the independance of Albania.