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Could be more informative

You visit the original building and get to see some of that era's craft (weapons, jewlery, etc... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Pavlos_Del
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Kavala, Greece
wonderful history

There is so much interesting history in this area, and it is well laid out for non Greek speaking... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Alexandra006
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Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is not a major attraction by any means, but if you are wandering the depths of the walled city that lies on the lake's edge in the heart of Ioannina and you come up to the old Mosque that now houses the museum it...More

Thank greeklwy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This ethnografic is located in a former Mosque from the Otoman's period, there is not richness of exihibits but quite important, the exhibition shows in very percepible way the good and pleasant relationship between the three religions habitant Jew, Christians and Muslems in the past.

Thank Shaul D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You visit the original building and get to see some of that era's craft (weapons, jewlery, etc.), but I think that there is place and historical background for a greater and richer museum. There are a lot of historical facts that could support a better...More

Thank Pavlos_Del
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is so much interesting history in this area, and it is well laid out for non Greek speaking travellers.

Thank Alexandra006
Reviewed 23 September 2018

The museum had a lot of interesting guns and knives and swords,some ethnic costumes some random bits of history.There was only one small brochure in English and one very badly written little booklet for 3 Euros.I was sorry I bought it-please get a proper ESL...More

1  Thank phoebephoebephoebe
Reviewed 15 September 2018 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 14 September 2018 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 4 September 2018

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 20 August 2018

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

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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 B622MBmikec | Reviewed this property |
Sorry am unsure but most Greek museums close at 3 pm
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