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An architecturally beautifully designed Mosque which looks extra special with dawn light on it. The door was open but I a. felt I was not dressed properly and b. was not sure if it was the right thing to do to go inside so I...More
Close to main sights and historic core of the city, Muradie Mosque is worth a few mins of anyone's time (not least to escape the thunderstorms). Across the road House of Ismail Bej Vlora, This tiny Mosque is an erstwhile reminder of Albanians complicated history...More
Muradie Mosque is an example of Ottoman rule in Albania, being built at its very beginning in 1537, what makes it the oldest mosque in the country. It is in contrast to surroundings, which are relatively new.
The decorative brickwork is very beautiful - even more beautiful, maybe, now that it's so old and mellowed, than it was when it was new. It's very reminiscent of the brickwork of the walls of a tiny old church in the middle of Korce, and...More
Few steps from the centre and monument of independence a nice mosque from second half of the 16th century. It is one of hthe few who survived the communist era, when Albania was officially declared to be an atheist state and a lot of churches...More