The Fethiye Mosque
According to tradition, it is built on the site of the Byzantine church of Taxiarchis Michael, from which probably come two marble small piers of iconostasis, dated back to the 13th century, built into the niche (mihrab).View more
The small building located on the feet of the northeastern acropolis of the Castle, is probably connected to the Aslan Pasha seminary complex.
The Turkish hamam and bath
Its initial construction phase is placed on one view in the 15th century, while on a second one in the early 17th century with later interventions. It is structured in four spaces.
Sοufari Saray (süvari saray)
It is a large building (1815-1820) which housed the Cavalry School of Ali Pasha. It is a two-storey building with a rectangular floor plan covered by pitched roofs. Three large arched openings on the north and south sides facilitated the movement of horsemen.View more
Mageiria (hearth and home)
Mageiria is a square domed building with the typical chimneys of its fireplace. On the west side there was a small tank and a fountain. Today, it functions as a refreshment room of the Archaeological Site.View more
The Ali Pasha's Tomb
The monument includes two graves belonging to Ali and to one of his wives. After his assassination on the island of the Pamvotis lake in 1822, only his body was buried, while his head was transported to Istanbul.
Veli Pasha's building complex
On the southeast slopes of the hill of Litharitsia (55, Ag. Marinas street), this building complex consists of a mosque, the madrasa and auxiliary buildings, which belonged to the palace (saray) built by Ali Pasha for his son Veli.
Mosque of Kaloutsiani
The Mosque of Kaloutsianis is located in the central square of the homonymous district of the city. According to the wall inscription (unknown date) the Mosque was built in 1740 by Haci Mehmet Pasha, vali (governor) of Ioannina, in place of a metzit (Ottoman temple without a minaret).