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15 Best Places to Visit in Macedonia


Discover the 10 Places you must visit in Macedonia - from the capital of Skopje to the wineries in Povardarie. See Macedonia's Top 10 list here!

Capital of Macedonia, Skopje, on a rainy night.

Capital of Macedonia, Skopje, on a rainy night.

Skopje-Macedonia-Millennium Croce

Skopje, Macedonia

Millenium Cross, Vodno, Skopje, Macedonia (Skopje downtown distance: km / mi)

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Macedonia, one of the top ten countries to visit in 2014

Top 10 countries

Surprisingly, is in it among some really exotic destinations like and so on, for this year, Maybe we are small and less know, but we sure have something catchy here.

Millennium Cross, Skopje, Macedonia - I love hiking, i hike almost every day to the top of one small mountain that is near Skopje. The cross that is "guarding" the city is 66 meter high structure built in 2000 and is placed on the highest point of the mountain. Great place to visit.

Millennium Cross - is a 66 metre high cross situated on the top of the Vodno Mountain in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. It was constructed to serve as a memorial of years of Christianity in Macedonia and the world.


Discover the top 10 things to see and do in Skopje, Macedonia's capital city. Skopje boasts history, culture, cuisine, and more!

St. Kliment Ohridski, Skopje, Macedonia photo: Nenad Bogoevski

St. Kliment Ohridski, Skopje, Macedonia photo: Nenad Bogoevski

St. John Baptist Monastery, Mavrovo National Park, Macedonia || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/balkans/mavrovo-park-macedonia/

The beautiful Mavrovo park and its surroundings

Exploring Mavrovo Park in Macedonia: St. Jovan Bigorski Monastery, Lazaropole, Gari, Vevcani and Tetovo.

The Mother Teresa Memorial House, Skopje, Macedonia

The Mother Teresa Memorial House, Skopje, Macedonia. 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 (V)