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We certainly got a good understanding of how the wealthy and the poor lived. There is a lot of detail in how things used to be / used to work which really helps demonstrate the past. The guide was very helpful in pointing out numerous...More
This museum offers a peak into Albanian life as it was years ago. The house is very well preserved and filled with interesting artifacts. Our tour guide, a descendent of the family that lived in the house, was excellent. She not only explained the artifacts,...More
This is a great museum with artifacts located in the various rooms a a large 300-year old house, as if we had journeyed in a time machine. The curator gave nice explanations sprinkled with numerous movie references (not always related). A great place to learn...More
This is a small museum which is worth a visit. Its neighbor, the Skanderbeg Museum, is about the “big” history and it relies on the guides to make it worthwhile. This museum is self guided, and well described. Lot of interesting exhibits showing life and...More
Tough walk up the hill to get to this rather small recreated home from 200 years ago. But all mannekins dressed in period costumes and appliances Some interesting views into olive and wine making and kitchens. Would not go again
This is a typical 19th century Ottoman house that once belonged to an affluent family. Authentic items nicely displayed in each room and very interesting history. They also had traditional clothing and wedding dress for the bride and groom. Located up a ways from the...More
Well worth a visit. It is like a place a family has just left. It was so interesting to read about the various rooms, implements, utensils, clothing etc. There is so much to see in each room & the frescoes are excellent as is the...More
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