St. Paul’s Cathedral-is a Cathedral located in the Central part of Tirana, is the largest Catholic Church in Albania. It was built in 2001.
Monument to Mother Teresa-a small bronze statue of a Catholic Saint, canonized. The monument is set on Mother Teresa square near the building of the Polytechnic University.
The National Museum of History (Albanian: Muzeu Historik Kombëtar) in Tirana, Albania, is the country’s largest museum. It was opened on 28 October 1981 and is 27,000 square metres in size, while 18,000 square metres are available for expositions.
The Et’hem Bey Mosque is an 18th-century mosque located in the center of the Albanian capital Tirana. Closed under communist rule, the mosque reopened as a house of worship in 1991, without permission from the authorities.
The Resurrection of Christ Orthodox Cathedral of Tirana (Albanian:Katedralja “Ngjallja e Krishtit”) is an Albanian Orthodox cathedral in Tirana, Albania. The construction of the building, south-west of Tirana Center Plaza, was completed in 2012.
The tunnel of the Ministry of Internal Affairs was built between 1981 and 1986 and it can be considered as one of the latest “great works” carried out by the communist regime within the project of bunkerization which started in the early 70s and led to the building of 175.000 bunkers of various sizes across the country.
A video museum exhibition situated inside the atomic bunker of the dictator Enver Hoxha. Opened for public in 2014.
Mezuraj museum comprises a unique collection of prehistoric tools, Illyrian ceramics, carvings and paintings of the Albanian heritage.
Today the National Gallery presents over 5000 artworks. Besides the permanent collection which is focused on Socialist Realism art, famous Albanian artists, international ones and important collections have been part of the different exhibitions in the National Gallery of Arts.
International Center of Culture is a structure and former museum in Tirana, Albania, that opened on October 14, 1988. Today the Pyramid is closed for visitors.