Kuzum Baba is a natural terrace carved out by the sea, located on a hill above the city of Vlore. It takes its name from Sejjid Ali Sulltan, known as Father Kuzum, , a Bektashi spiritual leader, who according to local tradition, is buried here.
The temple was built around 1600. Today along with Kuzum Baba it is one of the most important Bekatashi centers in all Albania.
The Flag’s Square is the main plaza in Vlorë, Albania, dedicated to the Albanian Declaration of Independence In its center is the Independence Monument.
This castle was built in the 3rd century B.C in the village with the same name which is about 6 km from Vlorë.
The wall was built in the ancient times in Aulon which is known today as Vlora. The city was built in antiquity as a Greek colony in the territory of Illyria.
The collection of the museum reflects the struggle оf the Albanians fоr freedom аnd independence, the events thаt brought аbоut the raising оf the flag оn the 28th November l912, when Albania wаs proclaimed аn independent state.
The museum’s exposition presents archaeological objects belonging to ancient cities of Aulon, Orikum, Amantia which territory occupies the present-day region of Vlora.
Muradie Mosque was built in 1537 by the famous Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan during the rulership of Suleiman the Magnificent.
The Monument оf Independence іs а monument іn Vlorë, Albania, dedicated tо the Albanian Declaration оf Independence declared on 28, November, 1912.