Oleveni village is located 8 km from the city of Bitola. The village was first mentioned under the name “Haleveni” in a Turkish document between 1650 and 1750.
The village is hilly, placed at altitude 590 meters above sea level.
According to the 2002 census, the village counted 157 inhabitants.
In the immediate vicinity of the village, several small chapels have been restored recently: St. Elijah, St. Atanas, St. Petka, St. Ana.
Read more: St. George church – Oleveni
Kanino is village in Municipality of Bitola, 11 km from Bitola city. To the village leads the Bitola – Dragosh asphalt road.
Kanino is located at the foothills of Baba Mountain at altitude 617 meters above sea level.
Near the village is the church dedicated to the Nativity of St. Mary (Рождество на Пресвета Богородица), up to which leads a narrow asphalt road.
The small monastery St. Petka (Св. Петка) near the village is a popular picnic location for the inhabitants of the surrounding villages.
The holiday of the village is “Mala Bogorodica” (21 September).
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Graeshnica is a village in the southern part of Municipality of Bitola, 17 km away from the city of Bitola.
The village is located 700 m above sea level in the foothills of Baba Mountain.
In ancient times, the near the village of Graeshnica passed the ancient road Via Egnatia.
According to the 2002 census, there were 190 inhabitants in the village.
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