Voltage in Macedonia

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The voltage in Republic of Macedonia is 220 V, 50 Hz.

The electrical plug is Europlug (CEE 7/16) which is the typical European plug with two circular metal pins.

Visitors from USA and some European countries ( Italy, United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Denmark) will have to use an adapter.

You can by adapter in your own country or you can do this in many specialized shops in Macedonia.

Please have in mind that some electronic appliances like curling irons or hair dryers that run on 110 V, need to have transformer to adjust the voltage and also an adapter.

Computers which have their own transformer (adapter – black box with cord) with state in writing “input 110V – 240 V” only need plug adapter.

Please have in mind that items such irons, hair dryers, trimmers are available in many shops in Macedonia at low prices.

St. Dimitrij (Св. Димитриј) village Brusnik

St. Dimitrij (St. Demetrius, Св. Димитриј) church is built on the high hill above the village Brusnik. Built in the middle of 19th century, this church suffered greatly during the First World War.

Brusnik village near Bitola


Brusnik is a village in the Municipality of Bitola, located 5 km from Bitola city center. According to the legend, Brusnik was formed from the families of the neighboring villages Lavci and Dihovo.