The “E Ka Kush e Ka” series seeks to include children and adults in a series of books and games through which they discover and rediscover cultural heritage as a bridge, linking us to...› Read more
The Tekke of Dollma, listed as first category monument in Albania for it’s architectural, decorative and typological values, is an important landmark for the local community of the historic city of Kruja, as well...› Read more
The Castle of Kruja rises on a rocky ridge detached from Mount Sarisalltëk and the surrounding rock formations. It is one of the most valuable monuments for the local community of Kruja as well...› Read more
Built cultural heritage is irreplaceable and very complex; it evolves in time with many elements and systems of heritage. These assets (elements and systems) are becoming very vulnerable due to the unprecedent changes related...› Read more
The Castle of Preza is believed to have been built around the beginning of the 15th century and it represents an important typology of the feudal medieval fortification, built upon a tuff rocky ridge,...› Read more
Looking for Volunteer Camp leaders Volunteer’s leader needed for the 48th Regional restoration Camp Are you a former RRC camp participant? Are you enthusiastic about the idea of being fully involved in the implementation...› Read more
Camp Theme: Conservation of Museum Artefacts & Interpretation After a year’s interruption due to the global context of uncertainty, now it is official… The Regional Restoration Camp is coming back stronger this year with...› Read more
The initial aim of the Regional Restoration Camps has been to bring together young professionals from the Western Balkans and provide them with hands-on instruction on applying traditional materials and techniques to restoration/conservation projects....› Read more
Albania has an incredible fund of build culture heritage. Only the World Heritage Sites of Berat and Gjirokastra, declared as museum cities since 1961, list approximately 800 monuments. In 1962, specialized institutions called “conservation...› Read more