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The Best Attractions In Republic of Macedonia

Lake Ohrid Rade Spasovski
Skopje ZOO Jiri Kirkos
Mavrovo Lake Rade Spasovski
Lake Matka Ahmed Al-Tameemi
Mavrovo National Park Dragomir-Zuti Blazevski
Bay of the Bones Museum Nenko Lazarov
Monastery of Saint Naum Andrii
Dr. Nikola Nezlobinski Museum Александър
Memorial House of Mother Teresa Pako Valera
Macedonia Square Shota Kiziria
National Workshop For Handmade Paper Vitaly Pagachev
Golem Grad Island Fabrica Ultima
National Park Galicica Steve Stojcev
Belasica Mountain Vasil Bakalov
Macedonia , officially the Republic of Macedonia , is a country in the Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe. It is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in 1991. The country became a member of the United Nations in 1993, but, as a result of an ongoing dispute with Greece over the use of the name Macedonia, was admitted under the provisional description the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia , a term that is also used by international organizations such as the European Union, the Council of Europe, and NATO. On 17 June 2018, Macedonia and Greece signed the Prespa agreement which would see the countr...
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The Best Attractions In Republic of Macedonia

  • 1. Lake Ohrid Ohrid
    Lake Ohrid straddles the mountainous border between southwestern Macedonia and eastern Albania. It is one of Europe's deepest and oldest lakes, preserving a unique aquatic ecosystem that is of worldwide importance, with more than 200 endemic species. The importance of the lake was further emphasized when it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 and when, in 2010, NASA decided to name one of Titan's lakes after Lake Ohrid. In 2014, the Ohrid-Prespa Transboundary Reserve between Albania and Macedonia was added to UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The towns situated at the lakeside are Pogradec in Albania, along with Ohrid and Struga in Macedonia. The lake is otherwise densely surrounded by settlements in the form of villages and resorts in both basin countries.
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  • 3. St. Jovan Kaneo Ohrid
    Saint John the Theologian, Kaneo or simply Saint John at Kaneo is a Macedonian Orthodox church situated on the cliff over Kaneo Beach overlooking Lake Ohrid in the city of Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia. The church is dedicated to John of Patmos, the writer of Revelation, who has been by some considered to be the same person as John the Apostle. The construction date of the church remains unknown but documents detailing the church property suggest that it was built before the year 1447. Archaeologists believe that the church was constructed some time before the rise of the Ottoman Empire very likely in the 13th century. Restoration work in 1964 led to the discovery of frescoes in its dome.
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  • 4. Monastery of Saint Naum Ohrid
    The Monastery of Saint Naum is an Eastern Orthodox monastery in the Republic of Macedonia, named after the medieval Saint Naum who founded it. It is situated along Lake Ohrid, 29 kilometres south of the city of Ohrid. The Lake Ohrid area, including St Naum, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Macedonia.
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  • 5. Mavrovo Lake Mavrovo
    Mavrovo Lake is situated in the Mavrovo region, in the Mavrovo and Rostuša municipality of the Republic of Macedonia, less than 100 km from Skopje. Abundant with trout, Lake Mavrovo is used for recreational activities such as swimming, boating and fishing during the summer. An additional point of interest is the half-submerged church in the lake. Spreading over an area of about 780 square kilometres , the Mavrovo National Park features deep canyons, snowy peaks and blue lakes combine with dense forests that abound with diverse wildlife. Mavrovo is one of the leading tourist areas in the country along with Ohrid, Prespa, Dojran, Popova Shapka , Pelister, and Kruševo. It was established in 1949 by a law passed by the National Assembly of Macedonia. Later the legislation was changed conside...
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  • 6. Memorial House of Mother Teresa Skopje
    The Mother Teresa Memorial House is dedicated to the humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mother Teresa and is located in her hometown Skopje, in Macedonia, where she lived from 1910 to 1928. The memorial house was built on the popular Macedonia Street in the Centar municipality, on the very location of the once Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, where Mother Teresa was baptized. It lies just east of the Ristiḱ Palace and the Macedonia Square. In the first three weeks, the memorial house was visited by 12,000 people.
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  • 8. Macedonia Square Skopje
    Macedonia Square is the main square of Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. The square is the biggest in Macedonia with total 18.500 m2.It is located in the central part of the city, and it crosses the Vardar River. The Christmas festivals are always held there and it commonly serves as the site of cultural, political and other events. The independence of Macedonia from Yugoslavia was declared here by the country's first president, Kiro Gligorov. The square is currently under re-development and there are many new buildings around the square being constructed. In 2007, the Macedonian government announced plans to reconstruct the Army House, which together with the Old Theatre that was severely destroyed in the 1963 Skopje earthquake. In December 2008, a flagpole with the Macedo...
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  • 10. Kale Skopje
    The Skopje Fortress , commonly referred to as Kale , is a historic fortress located in the old town of Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. It is situated on the highest point in the city overlooking the Vardar River. The fortress is depicted on the coat of arms of Skopje, which in turn is incorporated in the city's flag.
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  • 11. National Park Pelister Bitola
    Pelister National Park is a national park in the Municipality of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia. The park is located in the Baba Mountain massif and covers an area of 171.5 square kilometres . The altitude of the park varies between 927 and 2,601 m above sea level and is filled with exquisite flora and fauna. Among flora elements, the presence is especially significant of the five-needle pine molica, Pinus peuce - a unique species of Cenozoic age being present on only a few mountains in the Balkan Peninsula. The beauty of the landscape is enhanced by the diverse wildlife: bears, roe deer, wolves, chamois, deer, wild boars, rabbits, several species of eagles, partridges, red-billed choughs, and the endemic Macedonian Pelagonia trout.
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  • 12. National Park Galicica Ohrid
    Macedonia , officially the Republic of Macedonia , is a country in the Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe. It is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in 1991. The country became a member of the United Nations in 1993, but, as a result of an ongoing dispute with Greece over the use of the name Macedonia, was admitted under the provisional description the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia , a term that is also used by international organizations such as the European Union, the Council of Europe, and NATO. On 17 June 2018, Macedonia and Greece signed the Prespa agreement which would see the country change its name to Republic of North Macedonia, after the 30 September national referendum on the matter and legislation passing through p...
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  • 13. Skopje ZOO Skopje
    The Skopje Zoo is a 12-hectare zoo in Gradski Park, Skopje, Macedonia. It is home to about 300 animals representing around 85 species.
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  • 14. Belasica Mountain Strumica
    Belasica , Belles or Kerkini , is a mountain range in the region of Macedonia in Southeastern Europe, shared by northwestern Greece , southeastern Republic of Macedonia and southwestern Bulgaria .
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