Bunk'Art is an incredible place and promises to grow with the opening of further rooms and addition of more displays in the near future. (AtlasObsc ura) After its inaugurati on in June 1978 by the dictator Enver Hoxha, what is now Bunk'Art 1 opened to the public as an anti-nucle ar bunker built by the communist government.
BunkArt 2 Bunkart 2 is the latest museum opened in Tirana on 17 November, in the framework of the National Day of Tirana Liberation. This top-secret nuclear bunker now is a new museum in the very center of Tirana, behind the Public Order Ministry, with aim to show visitors how Communist-era police persecuted the regime’s opponents.
The Clock Tower of Tirana (Albanian: Kulla e Sahatit), was built in 1822 in Tirana, Albania by Etëhem Bey Mollaj, a Bejtexhinj poet who also finished the Et'hem Bey Mosque next to the clock tower. It is a monument of culture of first category, approved on 24 May 1948. The stairs have 90 steps that go in a spiral fashion.
The Muzeu I Orëve (Clocks’ Museum) is a new museum opened in the former Dyqanin e Sahatçiut shop, near the clock tower Kulla e Sahatit. The museum documents the history of tower clocks in Albania through models, documents, prints, graphics and other historic items.
Gallery70 is a modern and contemporary private art gallery aiming to build long term relationship with artists, be communicative, international, multidisciplinary, educational and provide economic empowerment to its artists. An innovative, dynamic and engaging approach where everyone can discover , explore, access and love art because art is unique, is the perfect gift, is for everyone, is magic, passionate and true ! ART IS TIMELESS .
The Park starts at the southern end of the Dëshmorët e Kombit Boulevard, after the University of Tirana, south of the main Skanderbeg Square. It was formerly called 'Park of Saint Procopius' (Albanian: Parku i Shën Prokopit) from the Saint Procopius Church, which is located in the area.
Opened in March 2007, the Mezuraj Museum is an archaeology and figurative art museum in Tirana. The archaeology collection can be compared with those of the National Historical Museum or Archaeological Museum of Tirana in terms of quality and historic significance.
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.
The National Museum of History (Albanian: Muzeu Historik Kombëtar) is the national historical museum of Albania and the country's largest museum located in Tirana. It was opened on 28 October 1981 and is 27,000 square metres in size, while 18,000 square metres are available for expositions.
The Natural Sciences Museum is a rare national asset and of much scientific and cultural value. By visiting the seven pavilions you will quickly get to know the rich diversity of animals and plants to be found in the country: the mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, insects, aquatic invertebrates and plants.
The Palace of Culture of Tirana (Albanian: Pallati i Kulturës) was built on the Pazari i Vjeter area of Tirana by request of the Party of Labour of Albania. The first stone of the building was symbolically put by Nikita Khrushchev in 1959. The work was finished in 1963.
Reja (the Cloud) is a modern art installation placed in front of the National Gallery of Arts. Well, let’s say that Reja turned into an official selfie spot in two days (Fact: yes, you’re going to be called weird if you come to Tirana and don’t take a picture inside “The Cloud”).
The Skanderbeg Monument is a monument in the Skanderbeg Square in Tirana, Albania. It commemorates Skanderbeg, the national hero in Albania for resisting the Ottomans. Created by Odhise Paskali, the 11 metres (36 ft) monument was inaugurated in 1968 on the 500th anniversary of the death of Skanderbeg.
Located within a shopping and entertainment complex in the heart of Tirana, we’re also in easy reach of the city’s many embassies and businesses. Retreat to our 151 airy guest rooms, filled with comforting touches like deep-stained wood floors, gift baskets, and beds created for a wonderful night’s sleep.
The Tanners' Bridge (Albanian: Ura e Tabakëve) 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.
HoReCa® Fair Albania tashme eshte kthyer ne tradite. Pregatitjet per edicionin e trete vazhdojne me ritme intensive nga stafi yne. Edicioni i 3te do te zhvillohet ne datat 03-06 Mars 2016 ne qendren me te madhe per zhvillimin e panaireve ne vend, Tirana Expo Centre.