Activities

In the framework of # Education through Culture#, the National Historical Museum organized “A teaching hour in the Museum”

The National Historical Museum was visited today by students of archaeology from the Faculty of History and Philology (Tirana University), to conduct a teaching hour in the Museum. These students were accompanied by Mr. Lorenc Bejko. They were introduced to the Museum’s Antiquity Pavilion, by receiving answers about historical facts in different periods of ancient …

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“The Contribution of Dr. Carl Patsch (1865-1945) to Albanian museology”

During World War I (1916-1918), the leaders of Austro-Hungarian authorities invited Austrian scholars and archaeologists in Albania to dig for archaeological and ethnographic objects, as well as to open temporary exhibitions with these objects in Austria. At the same time, the study of Albanian environment that had begun in linguistics, ethnography, rituals, customs and archaeology, …

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“Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and Albania 1916-1918”

The National Historical Museum in cooperation with the Austrian Embassy hosts a conference and exhibition on “Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and Albania 1916-1918”. The conference reminds us the years 1916-1918 (period in which Austro-Hungary administered more than half of Albania’s territory). Academics from Austria and Albania recall those events, which shaped and influenced the relationship between the …

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“The Magic of Gramophone”

The latest activity is the best reference to confess that the cooperation between the National Historical Museum and the General Directorate of Archives has intensified. “The Magic of Gramophone” comprising gramophones and magazines from Central State Archives (CSA) is also a joint exhibition, which was inaugurated on January 23rd. In 1986 British collector Martin Moir …

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The 550th anniversary of Skanderbeg’s death is commemorated with the exhibition “The Epoch”

“Skanderbeg’s personality as a statesman, strategist, and master of military arts differed greatly from that of kings and European princes of the time, because unlike their military activity based on mercenary troops alone, he relied totally on an army formed by volunteers who had a combat readiness and self-sacrifice “. This is what director Koçi …

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“I am Albanian”

“I am Albanian” was inaugurated on International Immigration Day. This initiative was taken by the Minister of State for Diaspora Mr.Pandeli Majko in cooperation with the National Historical Museum. Diplomatic corps in Tirana were present in this exhibition too. Dr. Dorian Koçi said in his opening speech: “Albanian Diaspora is present everywhere in the world. The economic …

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“105th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. This flag unifies all Albanians”- Dr. Dorian Koçi.

“We are like Siamese brothers, when one is sick, the other sneezes.” According to this quote, borrowed from a well-known movie script, seemed that the High Gate of Asia required a brotherhood continuity with European Albanians. Meanwhile, it is hard to say that even Albanians, heavily influenced by the 500 year-old “love”, occasionally given the …

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Xhevat Lloshi introduces “Albanian Language Treasures of Biblical Society 1815-1883″

Who wants to find out more about Albanians? Who are they and what they represent? Everything suspicious receives an answer in “Albanian Language Treasures of Biblical Society 1815-1883”, a summary of correspondence that professor Xhevat Lloshi introduces us so scrupulously. This event took place in UNESCO Hall (National Historical Museum) and was devoted entirely to prof. …

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Old Albanian Instruments in our Museum.

“While someone played the harp for ancient heroes, the lute for medieval ones, such musical instruments are part of this exhibition.” -Dr. Dorian Koci added in his greeting speech. “Between Centuries” is titled the exhibition of 19th-20th century musical instruments collection used in our territory. All instruments are part of Ermal Sela’s private collection. It …

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