Places in Albania
The Tanners’ Bridge is an 18th-century Ottoman period stone footbridge located in Tirana, Albania. The bridge, built near the Tanners’ Mosque, was once part of the Saint George Road that linked Tirana with the eastern highlands.
Grand Park of Tirana
The Grand Park of Tirana, also known as the Tirana Park on the Artificial Lake or even the Park of Saint Procopius, is a 230-hectare public park situated on the southern part of Tirana, Albania.
Ethnographic museum “Aleksander Moisiu”
Address: near Durres Amphiteater, Durrës, Albania Telephone: +355 68 296 5836 Email: email@example.com Web: www.amoisiu.webs.com Facebook: Ethnographic museum “Aleksander Moisiu”
Great Mosque of Durrës
Also known as New Mosque, it was built in 1931 under the Kingdomship of King Ahmet Zogu I on the site of an older mosque from Ottoman times.
Bar Restaurant Elita
Cuisine – Italian, Mediterranean, European, Albanian, International, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options Restaurant features – Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Television, Highchairs Available
The ethnographic Museum stands on the site of the house of the Communist dictator of Albania Enver Hoxha from 1944 to 1985. In the Museum all decorated with numerous household items, folk costumes and cultural artifacts typical of a wealthy family of merchants living in the 19th century.
Home-Made Food “Lili”
Cuisine – Mediterranean, European, Albanian, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options. Familiar cuisine, quiet environment in our garden. Tables outside. Bookings allowed. The house is located in the center of the museal neighbourhood Mangalem.
National History Museum
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.
Fan Noli Monument
This three-metre-tall, roughly hewn statue commemorates Fan Noli (1882-1965), one of Albania’s most revered (and, in some circles, controversial) historical figures.
Church of St. Michael
St. Michael’s Church (Kisha e Shën Mëhillit) is the southern part of the castle of Berat. The Church dates from the 14th century. It has become a protected cultural monument in 1948.
The Andon Zako Çajupi Theatre
The Andon Zako Çajupi Theatre is the city theatre of the city of Korçë in southern Albania. The theatre opened in 1950 and has been working since, without interruption.
Cuisine – European, Albanian, Mediterranean, Eastern European Restaurant features – Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Reservations
The Skanderbeg Museum in Krujë honors Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbej (1405–1468), the national hero of Albania. The museum is located inside the Krujë Castle and the restored bazaar. The citadel includes a restored house from the Ottoman era that is now the Ethnographic Museum.
Saint Charalampos Orthodox Church
Saint Charalampos Orthodox Church. Rruga Flamurit, Saranda, Albania