The National Iconographic Museum "Onufri" (Albanian: Muzeu Kombëtar Ikonografik "Onufri") is an Albanian national museum dedicated to Byzantine art and iconography in Berat, Albania. The museum is located inside the Church of the Dormition of St Mary in the castle quarter Berat. The museum was named to honor Onufri, an Albanian painting Headmaster of the 16th century.For travelers who use our world travel planner, Berat holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the National Iconographic Museum Onufri and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
The museum features on display 173 objects chosen among 1500 objects belonging to the found of Albanian Churches and Monasteries as well as to Berat.
National Iconographic Museum Onufri reviews
Lovely old converted church housing a fine collection of ikons - some of them from the 15th century. Good English signage, well laid out and beautifully presented. more »
This museum is truly stunning, with centuries of history just sitting in the open! If you only have time to see one museum in Berat, make it this one. more »
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