The Tanners' Mosque (Albanian: Xhamia e Tabakëve) is a historic mosque located near the Tanners' Bridge in Tirana, capital of Albania. Built in the neighborhood of the handicraft-trade Tanners' guild around the seventeenth century in the Ottoman Empire, it was damaged by a lightning shot but continues to function thanks to improvements made by the family Resmja which even today continues to care for.
The current preacher (imam) of the mosque is the theologian Elvis Naçi.
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eddie mone | Dec 11, 2017
Build in the 18th century. The bridge crossed the Lana stream. The bridge fell into disrepair when the Lana stream was diverted in the 1930s. Very close to city centre. Close to the bridge you can enjoy a coffee at Kevin's Bar or restaurant "1 Maji". Should see.
Yavuz Yilmaz | Dec 19, 2017
Beautiful little medieval bridge right in the center of Tirana!
Matts Josefsson | May 19, 2017
A must see. Have a Coffee at Kevin bar and enjoy. A lot if People strawling by on the closed Street,walkpath.
Henri Koci | Feb 28, 2018
Honestly it's just a bridge 🤔
Bukurie | Feb 12, 2018
Very well place and historical.
Ron van Bruchem | Apr 13, 2018
Not very exciting, but nice historic bridge in the midst of busy traffic.
DW B | Apr 23, 2018
Gresi Lamaj | Jun 27, 2018
An interesting piece of history. It's an 18th centurie ottoman period stonebridge.
Lori Kline | Jun 2, 2018
Interesting. Worth seeing. History of the bridge is the interesting part.
Google User | Jun 28, 2018
Is just an old small bridge, nothing special.
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