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Berat is a historic city located in central Albania and is one of the country's most beautiful and well-preserved cities. Often referred to as the 'City of a Thousand Windows,' Berat is a UNESCO World Heritage site due to its remarkable Ottoman-era architecture and significant cultural heritage. The city's most notable features include the Berat Castle, which sits atop a hill providing panoramic views of the surrounding valley, and the beautiful Mangalem and Gorica neighborhoods, known for their traditional white Ottoman houses with large windows. Berat is also home to several important religious sites, including the Onufri Museum, housed within a historic Orthodox church, which features stunning frescoes and icons. The city is an excellent place for history enthusiasts and those looking to explore Albania's rich cultural tapestry.


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Berat is a municipality and a city in Albania, the capital of the county of Berat. During the communist regime, it was known as 'the city of a thousand windows' or 'the museum city.' Berat has three old quarters: Mangalem, Gorica, and Kalaja, and many mosques and churches.

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National Museum of Berat

This museum houses a collection of artifacts dating from prehistory to the present. Among the most notable pieces are Roman mosaics, Byzantine sculptures, and objects from the Ottoman period.