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Today I was going to do a day trip in Macedonia to the town of Tetovo which is rich in Turkish heritage. I made my way to the bus station and got a ticket for 120Mk ($2.40). The bus shortly left as they run every half hour.
The journey should only take about an hour and we started to see signs for Tetovo. As we came into town he stopped ...
... Orthodox church. There was a guard box outside, no photos were allowed, the inside was locked, and warning signs posted about vandalism. I’m not sure how many Serbs still live here after the independence of Kosovo.
There was a smaller side building with open windows where I was able ...
... seem to forget it, and they of course built her a statue. As if to make her up for destroying her familiy home. Now, you can only see a commemorative inscription.
The statues of Mother Teresa and Alexander the Great are the ones that stand out in the crowd. There are also a few others that do so. Not heroes, but common people... well... not only people, also a bull, a dog, or a bear. I've got especially one engraved in my mind - ...
... Serbian quarter of Prizren to get up there. Ethnic Serbs fled during the upturn in violence last decade, and very few remain.) The steep climb was worth it: there was a great view of the city, with its small historic quarter front and center.
While taking pictures, I was approached by two guys who were a bit taken aback by the presence of a foreigner, but asked me to take a photo for them. Next thing you know, I'm in their pictures as well. Then I ...
... for art exhibits. We also went to the Albanian League of Prizren Museum, one of Kosovo’s most important historical sites. Serbian forces, to intimidate certain ethnic groups in Kosovo in an attempt to get them to leave the region, destroyed the buildings in 1999. Recently rebuilt, this museum is a complex of four historical buildings that house lots of artifacts that are important to the region. These buildings were also the location of many important political meetings ...