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It is a series of workshops and living rooms furnished to show what life was like in the Ottoman era. Like many such museums, particularly for those whose Albanian is not too good, a guided tour is a real help in appreciating what you are...More
This ethnographic museum is the best we have seen in Albania. We had a great guide who was very knowledgable and amusing. The building was 254 years old. Some items inside were as old. It was a most interesting visit.
This historic home gives an excellent idea of what life was like for the better off families during the Ottoman Empire era. They have introductory laminated sheets in a variety of languages, and have labeled each doorway and a sample of items in each room...More
We visited this little ethnographic museum while on our round trip through Albania, The museum shows what people of the past did in their lives , how they worked and how they processed the olives , the grapes to do wine, how they prepared for...More
The Ethnographic museum is an excellent small museum in the original house of a well-to-do merchant of the time. You get a really good feel for how people lived. It can get a little crowded with tour groups so you might have to wait a...More
The museum is in the former home of a well-off merchant, making it a smaller museum that is quite quickly seen. However, it is very well put together, and really gives a good idea of how an upper-class home could have been.
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