After 26 months and an investment of 84.000 Euros, the medieval city Kruja has reclaimed its castle’s hammam, a cultural monument and attraction for tourists. The hammam of Kruja, built at the end of the 15th century, during the Ottoman period, represents one of seven hammams in Albania. The Swedish foundation Cultural Heritage without Borders—Albania (CHwB Albania), in cooperation with the Institute of Monuments of Culture and with the Government of Sweden, inaugurated the restored hammam of Kruja, one of the oldest of its kind in Albania. The restoration process includedRead More