Welcome to Macedonia
Macedonia is located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula in South East Europe. Surrounded by land from all sides Macedonia borders with Serbia and Kosovo from North, Greece from South, Bulgaria from East, Albania from West.
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Kostoperska Karpa (Bone Washing Rock, Костоперска Карпа) is archaeological site near the village Mlado Nagoricane (Младо Нагоричане) on 10 km northeast of Kumanovo and over international road that goes east to Kjustendil.
Tsar Samoil fortress is considered one of the largest preserved fortifications in Macedonia. The fortress was first mentioned by the historian Titus Livy in the 3rd century BC, as a fortress of the city Lychnidos. Bigger more detailed description dates from the 5th century when the fortress was defended from tribal attacks during the Great Migration period.
Passing the Stone Bridge on the River Vardar, you will find yourself into the old part of the city of Skopje.
The today existing Bezisten, was built on the site of the old, and it is located in the Old Skopje Bazaar, sourrounded on all sides by small shops.
The preserved records from Bitola, pertaining to the period from the XVI-XIX century, mention many public buildings characteristic of Turkish construction, including the covered bazaar “Bezisten – Bedesten” with its 86 stores.
The building in which today is housed the Bitola museum was built as a military school in 1848 when the city of Bitola (Monastir) was a military, administrative, political, and commercial center of the then European Turkey.
The monumental Stone Bridge on Vardar River, connects the old and new part of Skopje city. According to Turkish sources, the bridge was built in the second half of the fifteenth century, during the rule of Sultan Mehmed II.
The building in which today is housed the Rectorate of the University St. Kliment Ohridski Bitola, also known as the former building of the old municipality of Bitola, is a monument of culture of the Republic of Macedonia and one of the bright examples of Bitola architecture.
Heraclea Lyncestis is an archeological site located on the southern outskirts of the city of Bitola, at the foot of…
The Army House (Офицерски дом, Officer Home) in Bitola, according to its historical and architectural aesthetic values, has the status of a monument of culture in the Republic of Macedonia.
Smilevo village is the birthplace of the Macedonian national hero Dame Gruev – one of the founders of IMRO (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization – Macedonian: ВМРО).
With imposing height of 32 meters, the Clock Tower is the most recognizable landmark of Bitola.
The Ancient Theater in Ohrid is located below the Samuil’s fortress near the Upper Gate and the church Holy Mary…
Czar’s Towers (Carevi Kuli, Цареви Кули, Струмичко Кале) is most remarkable archaeological site in the city of Strumica. Strumica was called Tiveriopolis in the Middle Ages.
Cebren (Чебрен, Chebren) monastery complex in the past the was one of the richest and most famous monasteries in Mariovo and the wider region.
The building in which today is located Stopanska Banka Bitola (Стопанска Банка Битола),
Stobi (Стоби, Στο’βοι,) is an urban settlement from ancient times located on the place where Crna River (Црна Река, Erigon)…
The object of Adventist Church (Адвентистичка Црква) in Bitola, located near the city library St. Kliment Ohridski, is constructed at the end of the 19th century, as a private residential facility, in an eclectic neo-Renaissance or neo-baroque style.
The building of the Metropolitan residence in Bitola, according to its historical and architectural aesthetic values, has the status of a cultural monument of the Republic of Macedonia.
„Peshta“Fortress is connected with the story of Kalesh Angya (Kales Angja, Калеш Анѓа) as a symbol of the Macedonian disobedience.