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. On display, you’ll find numerous ceramic vases dating from the VI-IV-th century B.C.; sea amphoras belonging to the IV-th century BC till II-nd century; Illyrian ceramics; silver and bronze objects belonging to the Arbëresh culture; and various objects dating from the Middle Ages.
The art collection in the Mezuraj Museum includes sculpture, painting, and drawing from local and international artists. The artistic fund of the museum comprises over 4000 exhibits – many on permanent display.
Shpella e Trenit (Cave of Tren) - a carstic cave, declared a Geo-Monument - is one of the most ...
The Port of Vlorë is a natural deepwater port situated in the Bay of Gjiri I Vlores. The harbor ...
Kuzum Baba is a natural terrace carved out by the sea, located on a hill above the city ...