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... one with famous figures from Macedonian history and one with important Macedonians in the arts and literature in recent centuries. One bridge leads to the new National Archaeological Museum and the other to the similarly new buildings that house the Departments of Justice and Foreign Affairs. And all around there are new statues and monuments and a triumphal arch. People in Washington, DC sometimes decry the growing "monument clutter" on the National Mall, but it ...
... They said it was called “tourist,” so we thought they were sending us to the restaurant for tourists, but it turned out to actually be a local spot called “Turist.” It was the most fantastic meal we have had since leaving the United States. The owner barely spoke English, so he just told us to trust him and started bringing out dishes. First, he brought us beer called Skopsko, which was a lighter lager that ...
We left Dubrovnik quite early as we knew we had a long drive ahead of us. Was that ever right, although it was beautiful to drive we didn't stop for many things because the beauty was in the landscapes that stretched as far as you could see so you got to take it in as we drove. We did how ever stop at a canyon with no name listed but it was awesome. It got dark around the same time we just wanted to get out of the car which happened to be when we hit the ...
... Daniela said both Macedonia and Greece have airports, highways and roads named after Alexander the Great. Passed the massive US embassy.
Off the bus, Daniela pointed out the world's largest cross at 66m. Entered the hilltop fortress. It was very hot and there was no shade. The carping was increasing. Got a water top up from a spring.
Passed the Mustafa Pasha Mosque en route to the Church of the Holy Saviour. We also saw the intricately carved ...
... Bridge, which is really just a bridge. You can see all of the major monuments on either side, lined up. It's an easy city to visit. It looks pretty in the evening when everything is lit up. The architecture is heavily influenced by Western Europe. I think it's because the Ottomans didn't do much with Skopje until the 19th C, by which time they were westernized.