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“The Angels of Bitola” and “Тhe Flyless Hospital of the Balkans”...

The end of the First World War did not mean an end to the suffering of the population in Bitola and Macedonia. Although the military actions ended, the devastated land and property, the poverty and contagious diseases have remained for a long time.

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Museum of the Albanian alphabet

The “Congress of Manastir” aimed at standardizing the Albanian alphabet, was held in Bitola (then Manastir) from November 14 to November 22, 1908. At...

Kerim Bey hammam

The Kerim Bey hammam  (Turkish bath) is located near the Chinar tree and the primary school Gjorgi Sugarev in Bitola. Although it is not...

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St. Petka church – Malovishte village

On the steep slopes in the central part of the Malovishte village, on an artificially formed plateau the temple dedicated to St. Petka is...