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Los mejores bares de Shkodër

Museum
“Photo Studio "Marubbi" was founded in 1856 in Shkodra by painter, sculptor and architect Pietro Marubbi. The National Photo Gallery "Marubi" was created in 1970 after the donation made to the Marubi Gega by his personal archive of three generations, with about 150,000 negatives, to the state. This archive contains negatives of all formats, from 30 cm x 40 cm to 6 cm x 9 cm in glass tiles, from 1858 to 1959. This is one of the richest archives in the Balkans. In it you can find negatives with different themes and figures as diverse as pashals, viziers, Turkish officers and even consuls of different nationalities, Italian, French, Austrian, English, Russian, Greek, Serbian, figures from the War First and Second World and significant Albanian figures such as Luigj Gurakuqi, Fishta, Mjeda, Asdreni, Koliqi, Lasgush Poradeci, Migjeni, Azem and Shote Galica and many other important figures of our national history.”
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Museum
“The Historical Museum of Shkodra opened its doors since 1947, and it was initially known as the “Folk Museum”, but from 1949 it was established with all its existing components. It was located in the very centre of the city, in a monumental building of the 19th century; its prominence was further increased by the Clock Tower close by. The museum initially was assembled due to the donations of the old Jesuit and Franciscan conventions collections. These initial pieces were from the end of the 19th century, as well as part of private collections of prominent the Shkodra families. The funds were futher enriched with donations, purchases, and casual findings and from various archaeological digs. During the following years other museums and house museums were raised, forming a network of 7 museum centres in the city of Shkodra. In 1996 the Historical Museum of Shkodra was transferred in the now restored monumental building a traditional Shkodran house of “Oso Kuka, where it is still today. The “Rozafa” Museum opened in 1987 and placed in the Captain’s quarters in the City Castle augments the Museum importance.”
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Cafetería
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“The castle of Shkodra named after Rozafat is a millennial monument erected on a rocky hill at the entrance to the city of Shkodra, south-east of it. It stands on a rocky hill 130 meters above sea level, surrounded by the Buna and Drin River, with an area of ​​almost 9 hectares. The castle is a symbol of the city, present among paintings, carvings, postcards, emblems, etc.”
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Museum
“The Site of Witness and Memory is the only memorial which commemorates the victims of the communist regime from Shkodra. Being one of the main centers of Communist repression in Albania, the city where an Atheist Museum with anti-religious propaganda was built after the Cultural Revolution of 1967, this museum tells the story of people who suffered for their beliefs and moral integrity. It has been rebuilt in the area of former Dega e Brendshme (local branches of the Ministry of Interiors). The most interesting part are the original pre-trail holding cells with a small opening for natural light, commonly called holes (because of their small dimension and few light) where prisoners were kept and tortured until their initial trial appearance. This space is divided in two floors, but the ground-floor cells are the oldest and it is here that most political prisoners were kept. Near the cells, there is a courtyard where prisoners were kept during their out-of-cell time. Here we also find a small door which connected the prison area to the nearby offices of Dega e Brendshme, where the most violent tortures were inflicted. The passage to the cells runs through a newly-built gallery with elements symbolizing torture and pain. At the end of this gallery, we find exposition room with objects used and produced in prison, manuscripts, letter-writing between prisoners and their families. This small collection has been donated by former political prisoners and their families. Of great interest is the glass panel in this room which shows some documents of time stating the force and brutality of the regime towards Shkodra people. Other important spaces offered are the audio-visual room where you can watch some video materials of the time and a small library with prison literature, provided by the Institute for Communism Crimes and Consequences in Albania. Our mission is to create a collective memory of the past, to address new generation who should become aware of the past mistakes and never repeat them again.”
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Restaurante
“Polite staff and really good traditional food. Maybe avoid on Saturdays between 13-16 since it can be quite full. ”
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Pub
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“A great place to spend some hours between afternoon and the whole night. Favorite nightclub from the youth of Shkodra.”
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Route
“ Thera are a lot of bars, Caffe, Night Bars, Live Music at this road at CityCenter of Shkoder that is 6 km from Shiroke”
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Pizzería
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Restaurante
“It has attracted lots of tourists since it was opened. This restaurant offers traditional food and local beer, too. Meat, vegetables, cheese, homemade bread and so many tasty things to try here!”
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Lodging
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Point of Interest
“You may get the chance to experience some albanian folk music concert. The Albanian National Kids Festival also takes place yearly in this Theater.”
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Mosque
“The Lead Mosque or Mehmet Pasha Mosque (tr. Kurşunlu Cami) is a historical mosque and cultural monument of the first category in Shkodra. Built in 1773/1774, it is the most magnificent old building and the largest Ottoman mosque in all of Albania. [1] The records of Yusuf Tabak's chronicle state that the mosque was built of stone brought by the people with a chain of hands (Black Hand) from the Black Stone, and the surplus was built at the foot of the Cyrus Bridge. [2]”
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Restaurante de cocina mediterránea
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Restaurante
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Cafetería
“really nice vibe, good smoothies and cool crowd. Say you are staying at Arbri and the owners will give you an extra smile. ”
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