The Museum of Oriental Art “Bratko” (Albanian: Muzeu i Artit Oriental “Bratko”) is an Albanian national museum dedicated to Asian art in Korçë, Albania. The museum was established and opened in June 2003, thus fulfilling the dream of George Dimitri Boria, an Albanian-American photographer, who donated his own collection of Asian art to the museum. Collection which Boria began during his 14 years in post-war Japan as photographer for General Douglas MacArthur, and which continued as a lifelong passion embracing all countries and cultures of the Orient. The name “Bratko” Museum was chosen by G.D. Boria in memory of her beloved mother, Viktoria Bratko, who waited for him in Korca.
The “Bratko” Museum serves as a monument to an extraordinary man, his family, and his native land.
Address: Bulevardi Fan Noli 57, Korçë, Albania