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History Museum
“The National Museum of History is a historical museum in Tirana, Albania. It was opened on 28 October 1981 and is 27,000 square metres in size, while 18,000 square metres are available for expositions. Above the entrance of the museum is a large mural mosaic titled The Albanians that depicts purported ancient to modern figures from Albania's history. The museum includes the Pavilion of Antiquity, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Independence, Iconography, National Liberation Antifascist War, Communist Terror, and Mother Teresa.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Toptani shopping center has also a supermarket on the -1 floor, 5 minutes walking from the appartment.”
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Natural Feature
“Located between the University of Tirana and the Military Basis of Albania, this huge area provides a lot of services. There are some bars and restaurants with a magnificent view of the lake. My tip: rent a bike right at the entrance of the park and enjoy a short trip around the lake.”
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Restaurant
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“It has the best albanian cuisine and is really close. Try the "tave Elbasani" a unique taste you can try only in Albania and "sultjash" for dessert. ”
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Nachbarschaft
“The Blloku, or Block area, has become Tiranë's hippest and most vibrant district. Filled with cafes, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, it is the place to see and be seen in this swiftly changing and growing cosmopolitan city. History of Area The Block is the location of former Communist dictator Enver Hoxha's villa. During the period of his rule, the area was only reserved for government officials and the general public could not enter. After Hoxha's death, the area was reopened and is now a popular hangout and destination point. One can find trendy bars and nightclubs, with fashionably dressed locals stepping out in their fashionable best, crammed cheek by jowl with tasty and satisfying restaurants. One can even see more fancy cars in this square area than in many other European capitals. The Block is also the center for Tiranë's famous cafe culture. In both summer and winter, Albanians of all ages gather in friendly and welcoming cafes to sit, catch up, chat, conduct business, or just read the paper. Espresso is the drink of choice, a legacy of Albania's close relationship with Italy. Sit back, order a macchiato, and enjoy the city moving by. ”
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Farmers Market
“The name of the new bazaar stems from the groceries marketplace. It is located east of the central boulevard, it forms part of the Old Town of Tirana and is one of the oldest areas of the city. The market offers a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables grown locally in the surrounding areas of Tirana, fish and meat, regional Albanian wine and raki. Many colorful buildings, restaurants and bakeries are surrounded. ”
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History Museum
“Bunk'art 2 reconstructs the history of the Albanian Ministry of Internal Affairs from 1912 to 1991 and reveals the secrets of “Sigurimi”, the political police that was the harsh persecution weapon used by the regime of Enver Hoxha. Bunk'art 2 is the first major video museum exhibition dedicated to the victims of communist terror.”
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Cocktail-Bar
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“Great cocktails · Cosy · Casual Radio Bar is a unique place in Tirana, especially for retro lovers and artists. It is also well known for cocktails, good music and nice staff. If you are curious about ex communist era, or maybe you want something different from the common bars and clubs, this must be the place. Radio Bar is also located in a very well known area for nightlife, restaurants, historic places and etc.”
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Kunstgalerie
“The National Gallery preserves/ conserves over 5000 artworks. Besides the permanent collection which is focused on Socialist Realism art, famous Albanian artists, international ones and important collections have been part of the different exhibitions in the National Gallery of Arts. An important policy of the NGA activities are also the educational programs, where many children and students participate.. Visitors of the National Gallery have the opportunity to enjoy the activities and the exhibitions’ rich program, to know more about Albanian visual art. ”
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Garten
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“Rinia Park (Youth Park) is a public park in the centre of Tirana. Built in 1950, it covers an area of 29 hectares. Initially it was a pleasant family park where Tirana residents took their children and relax in the evenings or at weekends. Later it took the name Taiwan after the complex to the side of the green area, which is like an island in the Park. There is another funny story behind this name. The construction of Taiwan complex finished just when the Albania's communist regime broke relations with China. At that time, Albania recognized the sovereignty of Taiwan and named the new structure in the middle of Tirana in their support. These are the rumors, one can not bet that this is the truth. The history of the park, continues in '90. After the collapse of the regime, illegal buildings sprang up all around the park, but during the city's clean-up in 2000, more than 130 buildings were demolished and the park was reseeded with grass. The white terraced building complex on the western edge is decorated with fountains houses cafés, restaurants and a bowling and billiards centre in the basement. Named after an old nickname for the park, the entire centre is known as the Taiwan. Both names are used. Youth park, or Taiwan is today a popular meeting place for people since the Taiwan complex has nice cafés and very good restaurants.”
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Park
“It is very beautiful, fresh air, place to make sports, yoga,meditation etc.”
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Kunstgalerie
“Before the 90s, for the majority of Albanians, information represented a luxury. For the most part, it was entirely absent and, even when provided, it was carefully selected and manipulated to keep the population under control. This category of fiercely guarded governmental secrets included the construction of the anti-nuclear bunker, inaugurated in 1978 by EnverHoxha with one specific aim in mind: the protection of communist officials from a potential attack by foreign armies, an attack which never happened. This 5-story underground palace, built in Tirana’s northeastern entrance, includes 106 rooms and a large conferential hall. A number of the rooms exhibit aspects of Hoxha's life through”
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Einkaufszentrum
“ Sheshi Skënderbej is the best place to start witnessing Tirana's daily goings-on. Until it was pulled down by an angry mob in 1991, a 10m-high bronze statue of Enver Hoxha stood here, watching over a mainly car-free square. Now only the equestrian statue of Skanderbeg remains, and the 'square' – once Tirana's most popular meeting point in the decades where 99% of people were forced to get around on foot – is now a huge traffic roundabout. Early evening is a particularly nice time to come here. Buskers strum a few tunes and vendors sell popcorn and balloons as the locals stroll and chat.”
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Park
“Rinia (Youth) Park is now the proud focus of among other things the evening xhiro, when thousands of locals dress up and stroll around to meet up and chat with friends. The spidery white building that looks like it could be the lair of a James Bond villain is an entertainment complex called Taiwan and houses restaurants, a swish terrace café, bowling alleys and a casino. The main attraction however is the fountain in front of Taiwan which in the evening fascinates hundreds of young and old onlookers with its light show.”
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Café
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“Located in a quieter part of town not far from Skanderberg Square, Hemingway has a friendly atmosphere, over 100 types of rum—that’s it’s specialty liquor—and old-fashioned décor reminiscent of the 1970s and ‘80s in Albania, but with a bohemian twist. Fittingly, the music playing inside is always jazz. Foreigners may be surprised because here they will find the same quality of cocktails like in bigger cities like London or New York.”
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Cocktail-Bar
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“Housed inside an extravagant three-storey space with plenty of glass balconies for showing everything off on, Folie has the reputation of being one of Tirana’s best clubs. Complete with a fantastic outdoor terrace area too, this legendary hedonist hangout is known for its craziness.”
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