Hotel Ani

Address: Str. Borka Talevski 5 (Area Center - Greek Embassy), Skopje, 1000, Macedonia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Str. Borka Talevski 5 (Area Center - Greek Embassy), Skopje, is near Sveti Naum Monastery, St. Jovan Kaneo, Heraclea, and Plaoshnik.
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        Skopje - Macedonia's Monumental Capital

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 02, 2015

        108 photos

        ... and claims about 15% of its citizens are Muslim, but the inconvenient divergence between demographic reality and the official ideology led it to cancel its last census schedule for 2011.

        The Macedonian majority speaks a Slavic language related to Serbian and Bulgarian that uses the Cyrillic alphabet and is Eastern Orthodox in religious affiliation. Macedonia, though, claims Alexander the Great as its own, although the cultural connection is quite weak ...


        A travel blog entry by valaryr on Feb 11, 2015

        1 comment, 40 photos

        ... Macedonia) actually got onto the minibus and took our passports, stamped them, and brought them back in a pile. We didn't even have to get off the bus!

        Once we crossed into Macedonia, the scenery started to change. The snow disappeared and the houses switched from little stone cottages to cute little houses with red roofs. Also, the mountains got progressively more spectacular. I know this is particularly ignorant given we ...

        Last stop: Macedonia!

        A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 25, 2014

        2 photos

        ... was due to leave - just enough time to spend the last of our Euros on some biscuits and snacks for the journey.

        The train was exactly the same model as the one from Sofia to Thessaloniki - old, covered with graffiti on the outside, but comfortable inside with six seat compartments and adjustable heating. We shared our compartment with a young man from Spain who wove hair bands and bracelets the whole journey with dozens of bits of thread; it ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 05, 2014

        4 photos

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        The red tiled roofs could be almost anywhere in Europe. Every isolated home has a garden. I need a cold compress as my eyes feel heavy from a series of poor sleeps. A sore neck isn't helping matters.

        Corn was the prevalent crop as we descended. Not many roads in northeastern Macedonia. Only one door on this bus will make me move around the vehicle. By 0910, we were off on a sideroad for Kratova. The town's roots date from Philip of Macedon, its ...


        A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Sep 18, 2013

        43 photos

        ... were Jewish. It is not a part of the world I knew a lot about and it is interesting.

        I did not go to the Mother Teresa Memorial House. She was born here, and they have created a faux birth house at the site of the church she was baptized in. I find the woman repellent and abhorrent for reasons well summarized here - heism/2008/05/mother-teresa/ - and have no desire ...