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It is a small, but nice and interesting museum situated inside the fortress. Inaugurated in 1979.
Located in a traditional house, a three-storey three-storey building, typical of the Berat area, an 18th-century Ottoman house. This type of building was mainly built for the land owning...More
We had fun getting a glimpse of the past through household objects. The signs were in English. The objects were not placed in chronological order and we had time understanding the general perspective of the people who lived there. Were they secular? What was their...More
The house where the museum is set is an old beautiful ottoman period of time construction with two floors. The yard is amazing. The organisation of the museum is not that good though. The thing is that all the objects exposed are 1) not placed...More
This small but well presented etnographic museum is situated in a villa dating mid 1800. It is very instructive and quite interesting - displaying how life was for a family at that time. At 200lek it is absolutely worth spending the about 30-45mins it takes.
This museum is located in a two-story house built in the 18th Century. The display of traditional costumes and rooms with furniture, furnishings, etc was excellent. Our guided tour was extremely good. This was a very good way to see how life was in the...More