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History Museum
“800 m from The White Box Loft once at National History Museum a large mural mosaic depicting ancient to modern figures from Albanian history adorn the entrance. There are many pavilions such pavilion of Antiquity, pavilion of Middle Ages, pavilion of Renaissance, pavilion of Independence, pavilion of anti fascist war, pavilion of communist terror, pavilion of Mother Theresa and most importantly pavilion of Iconography. The pavilion of Iconography is quite impressive as it consists of Icons of renowned 16th century Albanian Master of colour Onufri. The signages are in english and very informative. A must visit to understand the history, culture, traditions and customs of the great nation Albania.”
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History Museum
“Bunk'art 2 reconstructs the history of the Albanian Ministry of Internal Affairs from 1912 to 1991 and reveals the secrets of “Sigurimi”, the political police that was the harsh persecution weapon used by the regime of Enver Hoxha. Bunk'art 2 is the first major video museum exhibition dedicated to the victims of communist terror.”
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Sanat Galerisi
“The National Gallery preserves/ conserves 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. An important policy of the NGA activities are also the educational programs, where many children and students participate.. Visitors of the National Gallery have the opportunity to enjoy the activities and the exhibitions’ rich program, to know more about Albanian visual art. ”
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Sanat Galerisi
“Set in the original atomic bunker of communist dictator Enver Hoxha, Bunk’art traces the rise of fascism, communism and the brave rebellion that led to Albania’s eventual liberation. The space is enormous, very atmospheric and, honestly, there’s almost too much to take in, but a few hours here is sure to leave a lasting impression. For those without the time to travel to the city’s periphery, Bunk’art 2 located in the heart of the city provides a smaller alternative.”
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Museum
“The newest museum in Tirana, dedicated to the surveillance during the communist regime in Albania.”
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Museum
“This is a bunker turned into museum and gives a clear overview of the communist regime. The insights are extensive, disturbing and truly thought provoking. You are in for a very unique experience!”
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Museum
“Meant to be the Dictator's mausoleum, designed by his daughter after his death. It was never used because of the fall of communism. ”
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Kafe
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“Styled as a cafe-museum, this little bohemian place looks like a flea market. Every spare centimetre is crammed with communist-era relics, farming implements (those pitchforks hanging from the bar are probably a warning), Japanese fans, old clocks and so on. It's certainly a memorable spot for a coffee or one of 25 varieties of raki, the local fruit-based spirit.”
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Restoran
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“The Museum of Secret Surveillance, also known as House of Leaves (Shtëpiae gjetheve) is a historical museum in Tirana, Albania. It opened on 23 May 2017 in the building that served as the Sigurimi's headquarter during the communist era. The museum is "dedicated” to the innocent people who were spied on, arrested, prosecuted, convicted and executed during the communist regime.”
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Museum
“The National Archaeological Museum (Albanian: Muzeu Arkeologjik Kombëtar) is the national archaeological museum in Tirana, Albania opened in 1 November 1948. It was the first museum founded after the second World War in the country. It is located on the east of the Mother Teresa Square near the University of Tirana.”
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Sanat Galerisi
Museum
“Said by some to be the oldest house in the Balkans, this magnificent example of a traditional Ottomanera konak is at least 300 years old as has over the centuries served as a military building, a hospital and even a women’s prison. Now owned by the Albanian artist Sali Shijaku (b. 1933) and surrounded by a beautiful garden, the Sali Shijaku House also operates as a café and gallery containing a large collection of Impressionist and Socialist Realist paintings.”
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