Monument to the fallen fighters from the Ilinden period and the National Liberation War in Capari village

HomeMemorial SitesMonument to the fallen fighters from the Ilinden period and the National...

During the Ilinden Uprising, the inhabitants of the village of Capari became actively involved in the armed struggle against the Turkish rulers. Together with the villages of Gjavato and Smilevo, the core of the uprising in Bitola region was in this area.

The village of Capari lost 96 freedom fighters in the uprising, whose names are written on the monument that today is located in the center of the village. The names of 16 fighters who gave their lives during the National Liberation War are also written on the monument.

Location

Photo Gallery

#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War
#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War

#Capari village, near #Bitola, #Macedonia - Monument to the Fallen Fighters from the Ilinden Period and the National Liberation War

- Advertisment -

Christian Adventist Church

0

The object of Adventist Church (Адвентистичка Црква) in Bitola,  located near the city library St. Kliment Ohridski, is constructed at the end of the 19th century, as a private residential facility, in an eclectic neo-Renaissance or neo-baroque style.

French Military Cemetery - WW1 - Bitola

French military WW1 Cemetery