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... is certainly well worth a visit, if for nothing else than as an art gallery for the lifesize art. I would certainly go again. Finally back in Independence Square there is a fountain water show to classical music.
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... runs over the river Vardar. Originally built in 1421. Just near the bridge was the Warrior on a Horse statue in the main city square. Nice water feature. Dame Gruev statue also adjacent to the bridge. He was considered one of the most prominent Macedonian Bulgarian revolutionaries. Alexander the Great statue. The Fortress Kale. (Old castle) Describe by Gus, the famous Australian historian, as an old run ...
... dedications to Mother Teresa are everywhere. Despite being an ethnic Albanian of Kosovan origin, she was actually born in Skopje, and therefore there is a memorial house to her located on the site of the church in which she was baptised, containing memorabilia and items from her private collection.
Heading back towards Macedonia Square, we crossed over the Vardar River and took a quick look inside the Museum ...
Skopje was another of the places we vaguely knew existed but hadn't ever really thought of going until we started planning the overland trip from Croatia to Greece. It's about 4 hours south of Nis across the border in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, or FYROM for short. Greece gets all ***** if you call it Macedonia without the FYRO part since they have some pretty big beef over the claiming of Macedonian history and Alexandra the Great in particular. Anyway, ...
... on my trip so far!
My next destination was Tirana, the capital of Albania. Having arrived for a bus that I thought left at 2pm, I actually discovered it left at 9pm, so I headed back to the hostel. I then went back to the bus station and was slightly gutted when a minibus pulled up rather than a coach. I somehow took some comfort in thinking that a minibus would be faster than a coach, but as I knew the journey time was 8 hours, this was a sort of twisted ...