Macedonia – one of the most underrated tourist countries.
Of all the European countries Macedonia is the one which has a lot to offer when it comes to stunning European architecture.
There are a lot of amazing places to see and the story would be interesting to know everyone who comes to this wonderful country!
10. The Church of Hagia Sophia (Church of Hagia Sophia), Ohrid (Ohrid)
Built during the First Bulgarian Kingdom, the Church is rich in some of the most stunning works of art that you have ever seen! This is what should write Dan brown!
9. McDonald’s in Ohrid
Even though it’s not on the list of places to visit every tourist, but this McDonald’s is one of the most unusual McDonald’s restaurants in the world.
8. Bigorski the monastery of Saint John the Saint (Sveti Jovan Bigorski Monastery), between Rostusa (Rostusha)
According to the legend, this monastery was built on the place where the river Radik one of the monks was caught by the icon of John the Baptist. This place is worthy of your attention, even if you don’t believe this story!
7. National Park Mavrovo (Mavrovo National Park), lake Mavrovo
It is the largest national Park in Macedonia where you can see the highest peaks, making it one of the best ski resorts in the world.
Mavrovo national Park extends over an area of 777 km2 from lake of the Moors to the Albanian border. The ski resort features three – and four-star hotels in the city of Mavrovo and in the surrounding area. And the best time for skiing here is from November to April.
6. Memorial Museum house of Mother Teresa (Mother Teresa Memorial House), Skopje (Skopje)
Most people may not know that Mother Teresa was born in Macedonia, so this memorial house-Museum — opportunity to learn about the greatest possible number of people, and a great way to honor the memory of this legendary nuns and missionaries and to serve as a reminder of her great humanitarian mission.
5. The ancient city of stobi (Stobi), Peony (Paeonia)
They say that this is one of the most significant archaeological sites of Macedonia with a stunning mosaic floor, which is worth a visit alone.
4. St. Naum monastery (Monastery of St. Naum), lake Ohrid (Ohrid lake)
Perched on a rocky cliff, this monastery of the XVI-XVII century with impressive fresco painting is a popular tourist attraction and a great reason to go for a walk.
3. The building of the hydrometeorological service Skopje, Skopje
The building of the hydrometeorological service is actually part of the school, which has become almost completely independent in terms of electricity.
2. Macedonian memorial (The Kruševo Makedonium), Krusevo
With outer appearance and ten massive stained glass Windows; no wonder this landmark is visited by millions of people every year.
1. Canyon Matka (Matka canyon), Skopje
This stunning canyon, covering an area of 1920 km2, is often called one of the best natural wonders of the world. Its territory is home to several medieval monasteries and the lake Matka is the oldest artificial lake in Macedonia.
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