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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 located. Built in 1856, this temple is one of the largest architectural buildings in the National Park Pelister.With its preserved fresco-painting, as well as the extraordinary wooden iconostas made in deep engraving, the church of...
Ascension of Christ church (Св. Спас) near Malovishte village
Near Malovishte village at altitude of 1910 meters on the territory of the National Park "Pelister" there is a church dedicated to the Ascension of Christ or “Spasovden”. The object is a one-aisled building with entrance from the south side and a semicircular apse in the east.Near the church is the mountain peak Vrteška (2010 m.a.s.l), and next to...
St. Ana, Malovishte, Bitola municipality, Macedonia
The monastery Saint Anne is located about half an hour's walk southwest of the village of Malovishte, at 1400 m above sea level in the thick beech forest of the Pelister National Park. The temple dedicated to St. Anne was erected at the site of the old temple in 1936. The object is a three-nave building with a bell...
Malovishta village, Bitola Municipality, Macedonia - traditional architecture
Village Malovishte (Malovishta, Маловишта) is the only settlement within the boundaries of the National Park Pelister, in which today live less than 100 inhabitants. Administratively within the Municipality of Bitola, up to the village leads an asphalt road with length of about 22 km.The village is specific with its traditional and authentic architecture and preserved cobblestone streets. It can...
Sv. Nektarij Bitolski
Нектариј Битолски, преподобен (1430–1500), битолски светец, кој го спасил граѓанството од турските напади. Крстеното име му било Никола. Роден бил 1430 г.
American Women's Hospital Unit in Bitola (Monastir), Macedonia
The end of the First World War did not mean an end to the suffering of the population in Macedonia. Although the military actions ended, the devastated land and property, the poverty and contagious diseases have remained for a long time. The lack of medical personnel and medicines was particularly evident due to the presence of contagious diseases such...
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 this period Bitola city was important military and administrative center in the European part of the Ottoman Empire. Before the Congress in Bitola, the Albanian language was presented as a combination of six or more different...
Memorial Museum - French military cemetery – Bitola (Memorial de Bitola)
The memorial museum at the French military cemetery was erected on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. It is a memorial for the dead French soldiers, but also for the Macedonian civilian population who also suffered during the war. The museum is part of the French military cemetery in Bitola, which...
Шах со живи фигури во Битола во 1924 година
About the glory of Bitola city in the past, the "City of the consuls" or the "Most urban city in Macedonia", as others call it, a witness is another event. Namely, in Bitola in 1924, a chess match with live figures was held in front of the ruins of the former Red Barrack. The chess players were Adolf Bartipan, Czech, Gymnastics...
Heraclea Lyncestis - Bitola, Macedonia
Bitola is a city which tells the stories of serenades, pianos and love. The city of the first camera in the Balkans, the city of consuls, the city of pianos, the cultural center in Macedonia - Bitola has many epithets. Bitola is a city which cherishes it memories as much as its future. Follow the "Golden Line" and allow our...

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