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Crowing the old Citadel of Ioannina in northern Greece, the Ali Pasha Mosque houses a delicate museum, the main narrative of which is the Turkish episode of town and region. After a climb through narrow, steep alleys, one reaches the top of the citadel, where...More
"Located in the island of Ioannina the museum Complex displays the authentic artworks by silversmiths form Epirus (weapons, jewelry), utilitarian traditional costumes of Epirus, a representation of an authentic winter room, paintings, lithographs and objects with ethnological interest. The museum showcases unique historical relics such...More
Ali Pasha museum is on a small island of the Ioannina lake.
The history behind the life and death of Ali Pasha we found very interesting and exciting at the way he manipulated people.
There plenty of exhibits and short film was very informative.
While exploring ‘The Island’ on Lake Pamovitis, I stopped into the Ali Pasha Museum. Once a monastery and final home of Ali Pasha, it is now a small compound featuring several buildings And museums. One particularly educational museum depicting AP’s life includes the exact spot...More
This is not a major attraction by any means, but if you are wandering the depths of the walled city that lies on the lake's edge in the heart of Ioannina and you come up to the old Mosque that now houses the museum it...More
This ethnografic is located in a former Mosque from the Otoman's period, there is not richness of exihibits but quite important, the exhibition shows in very percepible way the good and pleasant relationship between the three religions habitant Jew, Christians and Muslems in the past.
You visit the original building and get to see some of that era's craft (weapons, jewlery, etc.), but I think that there is place and historical background for a greater and richer museum. There are a lot of historical facts that could support a better...More
The museum had a lot of interesting guns and knives and swords,some ethnic costumes some random bits of history.There was only one small brochure in English and one very badly written little booklet for 3 Euros.I was sorry I bought it-please get a proper ESL...More