Parku Kombëtar i Tomorrit

Parku Kombëtar i Tomorrit shtrihet në malin e Tomorrit në jug të qytetit muze të Beratit. Hapësira e parkut kombëtar është 4 000 ha. Të katër stinët janë shumë të bukura në këtë park, por veçanërisht dimri me dëborë. Në lartësinë 1 200 m mbi nivelin e detit gjendet Tyrbja e Abaz Aliut, që konsiderohet një vend i shenjtë dhe i adhuruar. Çdo fund gushti në këtë vend organizohet një ritual dhe festë madhështore si nga besimtarët e sektit bektashi, ashtu edhe shumë njerëz të besimeve të ndryshme. Aktivitet tjetër i cili organizohen aty është ngjitja malore .

Castle of Berat

It was first mentioned in the VII - V centuries as a proto - urban dwelling place. In the year 216 BCE, during the wars between Rome and Illyrian armies it was named Antipatrea. What is interesting today is the fact that the castle is still inhabited. There are several Byzantine churches inside the walls and also the the museum of the icons "Onufri", the famous Albanian painter of XVI century and the remains of the Red Mosque.

Guva Mangalem

Guva Mangalem is located in the heart of the historic center of Berat in an extremely characteristic and quiet area. It is surrounded by the extraordinary beauty of churches, mosques and buildings which are unique to this city. On entering Guva, you will immediately sense its special atmosphere as being one of warmth and intimacy, relaxation and charm.

Restaurant Gjahtari

Restaurant Gjahtari (Hunter) is a traditional restaurant situated in the exit of  Berat City.Offers a relaxing and enjoyable environment. Here you can find a wide range of foods but mainly HunterRestaurant  of meat products as the wild and also soft. but you can find and other assortments.

The Ethnographic Museum of Berat

The Ethnographic Museum of Berat is inside a traditional house, which dates back to the end of 18th century CE. The house of the Xhokaxhi family is composed of two floors, using stone as the construction material for the first floor and wood for the second floor. The most attractive part of the house is the “garret”, which is noted for its high architectural value. The house is a real complex indeed, where all the elements, such as the garden and the museum complex of the other houses around are witness to a rich ethnographic culture.

The Saint Triad Church

The Saint Triad Church was built between the second half of the 13th century CE and the beginning of 14th century CE.It is the best example of the inscribed cross-type churches with a cupola. It is composed of a naos supported by four pillars and narthex that was built later on. It has side wings made by an archway system, and in the center is the cupola. The church’s walls contain stones, pieces of brick in the lower part and opus mixtum in the upper part. There are also mural paintings in the interior of the church.

The Lead Mosque

The “Lead” Mosque, it was built in the year 1481.The social, cultural and religious structure embodies the topology of classic Turkish portico style halls with a cupola and the mosque at the right side of the entrance. Together with the mosque were built a tekke, a halvetitarikat and a bathroom with water supply from the aqueduct built in 1640 CE by the imperial architect Reiz Mimar Kasemi. It is unknown when these constructions were ruined, but at the end of 19th century CE, the portico of the mosque was reconstructed.


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