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Impressive museum

On the island of the lake of Ioannina, lies the museum of Ali Pasha. It is the spot where he was... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
71Isaac
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Kilkis, Greece
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I think you must visit this one. It tells you the story of a man who became a factor of power... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
johannesb231
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Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

On the island of the lake of Ioannina, lies the museum of Ali Pasha. It is the spot where he was killed by the Ottoman soldiers. The museum is small, but the collection of exhibits from the era of Ali is very impressive and educating....More

Thank 71Isaac
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I think you must visit this one. It tells you the story of a man who became a factor of power within the empire and within Europe. And you might learn that this piece of Greece is about 100 years a part of this nation.

Thank johannesb231
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Who'd a thunk that an Ottoman invader would be so revered by the Greek people? Mind you, by the time he was revered he'd become a benefiicent ruler, converted to Christianity and done all sorts of things that would appeal to the locals. The museum...More

Thank lawdylawdy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I am fascinated by the story of Ali Pasha and I found this little museum in his home on the island intriguing. Very simply but effectively done. My only dislike was the room showing the drowning, it had a sinister feel to it. Otherwise I...More

Thank suesamara
Reviewed 12 August 2018

The island is 5 minutes by boat from Ioannina. There are many shops where you can find traditional delicacies (baklava, pasteli) and crafts. The museum is nice showing how people and especially Ali Pasha used to live at that time. I would recommend a visit...More

1  Thank Maria V
Reviewed 8 August 2018

I must admit that although I am Greek, there were many things I did not know about Ali Pasha, the man and the life he led. It was very interesting to walk around the house where Ali Pasha lived and died. The audiovisual exhibits help...More

Thank Panayotis T
Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

I am so pleased we visited this place as Ali Pasha has a very good place in the history of the Greek revolution. You could say the start 1700s. This man was a warrior and a politician all rolled into one and gave so much...More

Thank Des S
Reviewed 2 August 2018

Whilst it is not a really exciting tourist attraction it is very interesting to see. The Museum is actually on a little island and to see it you need to catch a small ferry. There is plenty of history to see inside and its easy...More

Thank Pavlos M
Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile

Entrance is €2 but €1 for seniors and students. We unfortunately did not have our student cards, but the woman still gave us the student price! I liked this museum because it is quite small so it doesn’t take a really long time to look...More

Thank Madie19914
Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

While we been in Ioannina we went to visit Ali Pasha island which is good for all the historical information you get there and also the museum on the island is very good with many items in exhibitions in many rooms.The tour is not last...More

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bpammie
12 September 2018|
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Response from Maria D | Reviewed this property |
Indeed the ferry is behind the castle and in front of the information kiosk. if you reach the lake in front of Mavili Square you will see the little boat. You will not miss it.
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mklSt_louis_Mo
9 September 2017|
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Response from mike c | Reviewed this property |
Sorry am unsure but most Greek museums close at 3 pm
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