Tirana, Albania’s capital
The Pyramid, initially the Enver Hoxha Museum when it opened on 14 October 1988, three years after the dictator's death. After 1991, following the collapse of Communism, the Pyramid ceased its function as a museum and for several years was repurposed as a conference centre, exhibition venue, and used as a broadcasting centre. In 2018 it had become quite dilapidated, but was planned to be refurbished and repurposed. In the foreground, the Bell of Peace, forged from bullet cases collected by Albanian schoolchildren during the anarchy that gripped the country in 1997.