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Above the entrance of the museum is a large mural mosaic titled The Albanians that depicts purported ancient to modern figures from Albania's history.
The Pavilion of Antiquity is the most important and one of the richest with objects in the National Historical Museum, with 585 objects.
Quite interesting are: the mosaic of the "Beauty of Durres" (4th century BC), the head of Artemis (3rd century BC), the anthropomorphic appearance of river Vjosa (3rd or 2nd century BC), the head of a man of limestone (5th century AD), vases decorated with red figures, and others.
The findings of Monumental Tomb of Lower Selca, Pogradec (3rd century AD) occupy an important place.
The Albanian volunteers who took part in the War of Spain have their place in this pavilion too.
There are also many relics from national martyrs and heroes who gave their lives in the war against Fascism and Nazism.
Noli one of the outstanding figures in the history of the Albanian nation and the state of the 20th century.
The Declaration (Proclamation) of Independence of Albania from the National Assembly of Vlora on 28 November 1912 and subsequently the formation of the Provisional Government of Albania constitute two important acts of the Albanian national state.
With photos, documents and objects is given the resistance against the Ottoman occupation of Albanians, as well as key economic developments, political and social life of the country through maps, engravings of the time and quite original publications, the visitor knows Skanderbeg, who personifies the Struggle of the Albanians against the Ottoman Occupation.
The Renaissance Pavilion is one of the richest with original objects, documents, books, photographs, national flags, weapons, banknotes, and other cultural objects.
These objects belonged to different churches in Albania: Gjirokastra, Elbasani, Fieri, Berati etc., dating from the 16th century until the early 19th century.
Almost all the best painters who have left impressive works in the churches of Albania, Macedonia and Greece, such as: Onufri, Onufër Qiprioti, David Selenica, Kostandin Shpataraku, Kostandin Jeromonaku, the Zografi brothers, the Çetiri brothers, and Mihal Anagnosti are represented in this pavilion.
Particular emphasis has been given to the contribution of the powerful (British, Soviet and American) allies and their missions in Albania.