Leninova 79, Skopje, Macedonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Leninova 79, Skopje, is near Sveti Naum Monastery, St. Jovan Kaneo, Heraclea, and Plaoshnik.
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Travel Blogs from Skopje

Last night

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Sep 19, 2013

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Well we finally made it to the big church, its one thing we didn't do last year and I really wanted to make it inside the church this time. It was cool the outside it neat and the inside is not like a church at home. for starters they don't have anywhere to sit except for against the wall. I now understand why the weddings at home everyone is standing throughout the whole ceremony. It wasnt as jazzy or as glitzy as I thought it might be It was large and I ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Sep 16, 2013

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... and by the look of all the new building structures that are currently being assembled, this place is just going to get better.

The scenery in the mountains is amazing and ...

Kosovo and Albania... Or 'Marko, from Tropoje'

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 20, 2013

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... and Turkish tea, a product again of the Ottoman influence. At around 5.30pm and armed with my 'Kosovo' signboard I stood again by the road. A few minutes later a man with Kosovo plates stopped and picked me up. His name was Fadil (almost like my brother Fadi) and he was going to an eastern town in Kosovo close to the border with Macedonia, and only few kilometres away from Skopje. This offer was too good to refuse, as it would bring me almost all the way directly ...

Music is the best language of all

A travel blog entry by ievka on Jul 18, 2013

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Squatting is Liberating

A travel blog entry by devante on Jun 13, 2013

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... but there are about 6 regular toilets that I could use, but would that really be embracing another culture? Call me gross but I had to take my stand. I could not let the opportunity pass, how many can say "I squatted in Macedonia!" Not many! I can! I will be honest and say I completely refused the first 36 hours here. I even interviewed a member of my team to see how his "squatting" experience went. Someone joined the conversation with "What the hell dude ...