- Култура и традиција
Археолошки локалитети, Исламска архитектура, Македонски градови, Природни убавини, Села и традиција, Традиционална архитектура, Цркви и манастири
Mon, 08/30/2010 - 19:52
The Mavrovo Lake is in the northwest part of the Republic of Macedonia. It is located on 1200 m above the sea level among the wood and high mountains. On south is enclosed with the woody and grassy Vlainica, and on north with Sara Mountain.
Wed, 08/11/2010 - 20:16
Isaac Celebi Ibn Isa mosque was built in 1506, and it is one of the oldest protected mosques in Bitola. Across from the Clock Tower and the Big Bezisten (Covered Bazaar), this mosque with its almost 50-meter-high minaret, simply dominates the area. This Mosque used to be a part of a big vakaf (property) of the donor who in addition to this mosque built a madrasah, mectab, 103 stores, vineyards, 20 watermills and many other objects. All this property was supposed to be maintained by the income from his stores in the Bazaar, as well as from the incomes of the other parts of his property.
Wed, 08/11/2010 - 20:05
The Dojran Lake is positioned in the south – east of Macedonia. On the north, the lake’s basin is enclosed with the mountains Belasica and Boska Planina. The Dojran Lake extends on a surface of 43.1km2, of which 27.3km2 belong to Macedonia, and 15.8km2 belong to Greece. It is the smallest of the valley lakes in Macedonia with maximum depth of 10m. The Dojran Lake is the warmest lake. The high atmospheric and the high water temperatures are conditioned by the close proximity to the Aegean Sea.
Wed, 08/11/2010 - 19:53
It is supposing that the Skopje Aqueduct was built by Justinian I at the period from 527-554, and because of that it is also called the Justinians Aqueduct. There are also suppositions that it was built in the 16th century, during the Ottoman Empire. The Aqueduct is located north from the centre of the city of Skopje, at 3km air distance from the square Macedonia, which is 5-6km on a land road.
Wed, 08/11/2010 - 19:44
The Peshna cave that is located at 6 km from Makedonski Brod, is one of the most attractive natural beauties that unfortunately are not discovered and known not only for the foreign tourists, but also for the inhabitants of Macedonia. This cave that is known only by few people, it is an undiscovered treasure and completely unused tourist attraction, although it was proclaimed as a natural monument. According to the speleologists, Peshna is a cave with biggest cave entrance on the Balkan – the flooring of the opening is 30 m high.
Wed, 08/11/2010 - 19:33
The region of the municipality is located on the north-west of the lake. It extends in the direction east-west, from the foothill, over the hill ground, up to the top ridge of mount Jablanica. The beginning of the village dates from the 6th century, when the Slav tribe Bereziti (Brsjaci) overflows the Struga region and populates the area of the present-day village, south-east from the mountain. The name is derived from the Slav word ves which means village, and for the people who live there selchani, veschani (villagers).
Tue, 08/10/2010 - 22:39
The medieval church of St.George has been raised at the location where, according to some scientific assumptions, the settlement called Kozjak previously existed, around ten kilometers south-east of the city of Stip, at the locality of Gorni Kozjak and near to the archeological locality of Bargala.
Tue, 08/10/2010 - 22:30
At the north-eastern exit of the village of Krupiste, beneath the Stip-Kocani road, on the right bank of river Bregalnica, there is a medieval church dedicated to saint St. Nikola (St. Nicholas), and remains of a an old-Christian basilica were discovered underneath it.
Tue, 08/10/2010 - 22:23
From the spring that is at an altitude of about 1400m above the sea level, to the flowing in the river Radika at about 650m above the sea level, the river Gjenevica is flowing along for 8km, through meadows, wood and rocks, making waterfalls and cascades. The impressive part is its canyon, which is not completely available because of the impassable field.
Tue, 08/10/2010 - 22:15
The house of one of the greatest poets in the period between the two world wars had been completely restored in 1962. The ground-floor was build of stone, and at the floor built of bondruk (light wooden skeleton construction) is dominating the white faзade with wooden edges. The roof is high and covered with tiles. The two-wing wooden door leads to the porch that is a small space that connects the floor, the batch, the terraces and the potter workshop. The workshop is large, and in its floor there is a small dugout. The terrace of the house from one side is connected with the batch, and at the opposite side there are stairs that lead to the upper terrace.