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Ethnographic Museum (Muzeu Etnologjik)

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Ethnographic Museum (Muzeu Etnologjik)

247 Reviews
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Join us in this Day Tour of Prizren and Pristina to explore the best of Kosvo. This tour is mainly dedicated to the History, Local Culture and Heritage about the two most important cities of Kosovo. It is where local Albanian Culture is fused with Orthodox and Muslim influence in centuries.<br>During this full day Tour of Pristina and Prizren from Tirana, you will have the chance to see the most interesting highlights of both cities. Please be advised that on request will be able to edit and modify the itinerary according to your specific requests or needs. <br><br>All Entrance Tickets for the mentioned Sites are included in the Price.
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TheLush101 wrote a review Aug 2020
Cardiff, United Kingdom1,995 contributions222 helpful votes
It's free to visit this museum and it was actually part of the Free Walking Tour we did, otherwise I'm not sure we would've necessarily come here. Having a guide was really useful to explain the history and answer our questions about the buildings. I'd definitely recommend a visit to see how people lived.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jim H wrote a review Jun 2020
Chisinau, Moldova2,097 contributions133 helpful votes
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Former residence containing cultural history displays, including traditional clothing & artifacts. Some of the buildings are being renovated. You have access to one building, but it contains interesting artifacts. No tariff.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Genci wrote a review Jan 2020
Pristina, Kosovo164 contributions33 helpful votes
Museum is in the old historical part of Prishtina city. A small one, but with a lot of history. Can learn a lot about the way of living a century ago in this area. Very interesting experience.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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AJMids wrote a review Jan 2020
Redditch, United Kingdom311 contributions83 helpful votes
We walked through the market and simply turned up at the museum, the guide introduced himself as we walked up to the door and just started a tour! I think he will just show people around as/when they turn up. Anyway it was very interesting to be shown around and have an explanation of life as it was. The enthusiasm was much appreciated and the cost is free if you wish but donations are appreciated.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Steph C wrote a review Dec 2019
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Two buses €4 to get from Old Riga to this wonderful site. 247 acres of countryside with dozens of reconstructed timber buildings relevant to different rural crafts and industry. Houses, churches, windmills and more.Unfortunately as we went in mid December, only a few of the houses were open, so feel another trip in summer is needed. But the walk through the fir trees, along the lakeside was stunning, especially as it started snowing. There didn't seem to be anywhere to eat, but we did have a good cup of coffee in one of the open buildings. Would be well worth a visit as a family. Looking forward to returning.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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