– North Macedonia TRAVEL GUIDE –
Country: North Macedonia
National capital: Skopje
Population: 2,061,000 people
Area: 25,713 square kilometers
Currency: Macedonian denar
North Macedonia is still an undiscovered tourist land – one of the least visited countries in Europe. Here you will experience unspoiled nature: wild mountains, crystal clear rivers and lakes. You’ll see UNESCO-listed architectural monuments here. Northern Macedonia also mixes a variety of cultures – east and west, Christianity with Orthodoxy and Islam. Explore the underrated destination that is Northern Macedonia. What is worth seeing in North Macedonia?
-North Macedonia travel guide –
Skopje is the capital and largest city of Macedonia, located on the Vardar River. Skopje, a city whose roots date back to the 4th century BC, is at the same time…. astonishingly modern. After a powerful earthquake here in the 1960s, it was rebuilt with vigor ! In the center of Skopje, history meets modernity. Monuments such as those of Alexander of Macedonia are worth seeing. Be sure to visit the old Turkish bazaar in Tsarshiya, take a stroll through the picturesque streets of this district and sample Balkan cuisine.
The old town of Prilepe is located about 20 km north of Skopje. It was founded in the 13th century and is considered to be the oldest inhabited settlement in Macedonia. Today, the old town is home to many traditional houses, cobbled streets, and churches.
Tetovo is a small town in northern Macedonia. It is known for its beautiful architecture and rich history. The old city center dates back to the 14th century and is characterized by narrow alleys and stone buildings.
Kicevo is a small village in northern Macedonia. It was founded in 1208 and today is famous for its traditional wooden homes and wine production.
Struga is a small town in northwestern Macedonia. It is known as the gateway to the mountains and is surrounded by lush green forests.
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