Die Pyramide von Tirana (offiziell Internationales Kulturzentrum, albanisch Qendra Ndërkombëtare e Kulturës; oft kurz Die Pyramide, albanisch Piramida) ist ein am 16. Oktober 1988 eröffnetes Gebäude in der Innenstadt von Tirana in Albanien. Der Bau war ursprünglich als Enver-Hoxha-Museum dem 1985 verstorbenen Diktator Enver Hoxha gewidmet.
It is a famous place and that is all it is. Nothing special, nothing to do. Worth a quick visit.
The building definitely has some interesting history, but the local government isn't doing enough to maintain the building.
A very nice and historical building for albanians
Awful monument to communism in the centre. Hope one day bashkia of Tirana will do something interesting on this territory
Wicked view. Wear shoes with grip or go barefooted. If barefoot careful not to kick the big bolts that stick out up the top.
While the area inside is very dirty the space is great for a concert. I love the stair ways that lead to balconies overlooking the stage. The area does need more Safty features as anyone could fall off these rail-less balconies.
Very nice pyramid, cool view from the top. Be careful with slippery shoes!
Beautiful and one of its kind! A must to climb to the top! Use slopes furthest from the entrance.
I Liked The Pyramid, but , other people use it as a slide.
Enver Hoxa Piramide. Currently the building is in an awful state. It is very interesting and unique but unfortunately being mostly left to the elements. Definitely worth walking across town to see but don’t expect much. It is about a 10 minutes walk from Skandebeg Square.
Memory from communism era Nothing much going on, just people hanging out. Nowdays is mostly used a a park for elderly people or kids playing around. Served in the past as a radio broadcasting station
It is really fun to climb there. Apart from that u can still see and feel the effects of communist regime when u see that building
Climb up and enjoy the great view all for free - can be a bit slippery but totally doable.