Macedonia Square

Macedonia Square  is the main square of Skopje, the capital of RN Macedonia. The square is the biggest in Macedonia and it is located in the central part of the city, and it crosses the Vardar River.

Stone Bridge

The Stone Bridge is a bridge across the Vardar River in Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. The bridge is considered a symbol of Skopje and is the main element of the coat of arms of the city, which in turn is incorporated in the city’s flag.

Skopje Aquaduct

The Skopje aquaduct was built by Justinian I (527-565 years.) from brick and stone with a length of 386 m and a height of 16.5 m.

The Millennium Cross

The Millennium Cross is a 66 meter-high cross situated on the top of the Vodno Mountain in Skopje, and it is the biggest cross in the world. It was constructed to serve as a memorial of 2,000 years of Christianity in Macedonia and the world.

Alexander The Great

Alexander III of Macedon, commonly known as Alexander the Great, was a king of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia. By the age of thirty, he had created one of the largest empires in history, stretching from Greece to northwestern India. He was undefeated in battle and is widely considered to be one of history’s greatest and most successful military commanders.

Philip II of Macedon

Philip II of Macedon was the king of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia from 359 BC until his death in 336 BC. He was a member of the Argead dynasty, founders of the ancient kingdom, and the father of Alexander the Great.

The rise of Macedon was achieved by his reformation of the army (the establishment of the Macedonian phalanx that proved critical in securing victories on the battlefield), his extensive use of siege engines, and his utilization of effective diplomacy and marriage alliances.

Memorial House of Mother Theresa

The Mother Teresa Memorial House is dedicated to the Catholic saint and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mother Teresa. It is located in her hometown Skopje, Macedonia, where she lived from 1910 to 1928. The memorial house was built on the very location of the once Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, where Mother Teresa was baptized.

Skopje Fortress

The Skopje Fortress, commonly referred to as Kale, is a historic fortress located in the old town of Skopje. The first fortress was built in 6th century AD on a land that was inhabited during the Neolithic and Bronze Ages (roughly 4000 BC onwards).


Scupi is an archaeological site located between Zajčev Rid=and the Vardar River, several kilometers from the center of Skopje in Macedonia. A Roman military camp was founded here in the second century BC on the site of an older Dardanian settlement. It became later Colonia Flavia Aelia Scupi and many veteran legionnaires were settled there. A Roman town was founded in the time of Domitian (AD 81–96) and Scupi became the chief center for romanizing Dardania. It was abandoned in AD 518 after an earthquake destroyed the city.


Matka is a canyon located west of central Skopje, Macedonia. Covering roughly 5,000 hectares, Matka is one of the most popular outdoor destinations in Macedonia and is home to several medieval monasteries. The Matka Lake within the Matka Canyon is the oldest artificial lake in the country and it is also considered as “Mala Sveta Gora” because of the large number of churches.

VMRO Museum

The VMRO Muesum is a national museum of Macedonia located in the capital city of Skopje. The exhibit covers the period from the beginning of the resistance movement against the Ottoman rule, until the declaration of independence from Yugoslavia on 8 September 1991.

The Old Bazaar

The Old Bazaar (Macedonian: Стара Чаршија, Stara Čaršija from the Turkish: Çarşı) in Skopje is the largest bazaar in the Balkans outside Istanbul. It is situated on the eastern bank of the Vardar River, stretching from the Stone Bridge to the Bit-Pazar and from the Skopje Fortress to the Serava river.

Cave Vrelo

Located on the right bank of the Treska River, the cave was listed as one of the top 77 natural sites in the world in the New7Wonders of Nature project. Vrelo Cave has many stalactites including a large one in the middle of the cave is known as the “Pine Cone” due to its shape. There are two lakes at the end of the cave, with one larger than the other. The smaller lake is 8 metres (26.2 feet) at its longest length and 15 metres (49.2 feet) in depth at its deepest point. The larger lake is 35 metres (114.8 feet) at its longest length, and 18 metres (59 feet) at its deepest point.Though the exact depth of the cave is unknown, some speculate that it could be the deepest underwater cave in the world.

The Art Bridge

The Art Bridge is a pedestrian bridge across the Vardar River in the centre of Skopje, the capital city of Macedonia. The bridge features many statues of noted Macedonian artists and musicians.

Porta Macedonia

Porta Macedonia is a memorial arch located on Pella Square in Skopje, Macedonia.

The arch is dedicated to 20 years of Macedonian independence and its outer surface is covered in 193 m2 of reliefs carved in marble, depicting scenes from the history of Macedonia. It also contains interior rooms, one of which has a function of state-owned souvenir shop, as well as elevators and stairs providing public access to the roof, allegedly intended as space for weddings.

Museum of the City of Skopje

Museum of the City of Skopje is a cultural institution located in Skopje, Macedonia. Founded in 1949, it is located in a former railway station that was partly destroyed in the 1963 earthquake. The museum is home to permanent еxhibitions representing the history of Skopje, from the first recorded settlements around 3000 BC to present.