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Museum of Macedonia

Museum of Macedonia

Museum of Macedonia is a museum which features rich exhibitions from various historic periods as well as ethnographic displays, complete with costumes and models of traditional houses.
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Sveti Spas (holy Savior Church)

Sveti Spas is a small but magnificent church, built in the 17th century and is located east of Kale Fortress. In the west part of the building there is a gallery designed for women. The church is known for its iconostasis, made of walnut tree, by the brothers Marko and Peter Filipovski and Makarie.
Mustafa Pasha Mosque

Mustafa Pasha Mosque

Mustafa Pasha Mosque is a spectacular structure dating from 1492 located in the Old Bazaar of Skopje. This is the largest and most opulent mosque in Skopje.
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Old Bazaar

Old Bazaar ia a lively, vivid marketplace still brimming with small handicraft merchants such as tailors, cobblers and quilt makers, as in ancient times.
Mother Teresa Statue

Mother Teresa Statue

The Mother Teresa Statue is dedicated the Nobel Peace Prize winner and famous matriarch of Skopje, born as Gondza Bojadziu in 1910. It is located on same street where Mother Teresa was baptised.
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Stone Bridge (kamen Most)

The iconic symbol of Skopje, this impressive bridge joins the old Turkish part of town to the modern side of Skopje. It dates from the late 15th century being 214 meters long and 6 meters wide.
Tvrdina Kale (city Fort)

Tvrdina Kale (city Fort)

Tvrdina Kale ia a historic site dating to 200 BC. Only a few restored walls remain since the massive 1963 earthquake, but this magnificent ancient fortress is well worth a visit.
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St. Pantelejom Monastery

At the top of Mount Vodno in the village of Nerezi, this charming 12th-century monastery has a spectacular series of frescos of the Lamentation of Christ. The frescoes that you can see here are one of the main sights in Skopje.
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