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We got a really nice tour with a lot of background information from a guide at the museum, who was a painter himself. The guide really knew what he was talking about and we had some nice talks about the objects in the museum as...More
If you show up after 3pm the gate will be open but the museum is actually closed. A man pretending to work there will say it is still open and show you around. Only at the end will he ask for a fee....More
On the ground floor there is a small exhibition with objects discovered by archaeologists in the region. There is some general text in English, but not much. There is a room with paintings by local artists. The display is also rather old fashioned and the...More
The museum displays the wonderful Jesuit and Franciscan collections(between 1850 and 1890), and is constantly enriched with documents and artworks.The museum boasts original specimens,artefacts and relics and presents the history of the Shkodra area in a synthesised manner.
It was interesting to know Shkodër history. They have quite many things here but not in order properly. Some of exhibits room are closed, however still good to look around. The English audio guide is available on the request, included in the ticket admission. They...More
The museum is located in a traditional house which stands apart from the street. On the ground floor, there is a broad range of archaeological findings - mostly recovered in the immediate area – items from Neolithic times through the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman...More