Museum Ali Pasha

Room with curtains of Sultan Mahmud II

Mahmud II was the Sultan who declared Ali Pasha a traitor and ordered his assassination, on the grounds that he was providing assistance to the Greeks. Mahmud unsuccessfully attempted to suppress the Greek Revolution of 1821.

Tapisserie depicting Ali Pasha and Kyra-Vassiliki, France, 19th c.
Tapisserie depicting Ali Pasha and Kyra-Vassiliki, France, 19th c.
Painting of Ali Pasha and Kyra-Vassiliki playing the mandolin, 19th c.
Painting of Ali Pasha and Kyra-Vassiliki playing the mandolin, 19th c.
Gold-embroidered pillow case with mosques and minarets, 19th c.
Gold-embroidered pillow case with mosques and minarets, 19th c.
Tapisserie depicting Ali Pasha and Kyra-Vassiliki, France, 19th c.
Tapisserie depicting Ali Pasha and Kyra-Vassiliki, France, 19th c.
The famous tsimbouki (
The famous tsimbouki (
Detail from tsimbouki
Detail from tsimbouki
Ottoman official in uniform
Ottoman official in uniform
Senior Ottoman official in uniform
Senior Ottoman official in uniform
Museum Ali Pasha