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... The church was the cathedral church of Ohrid for centuries, built atop a Christian basilica. Many frescoes here and in other churches had damage to the eyes of saints, done I suspect by the Ottomans who did not like living forms in their artwork.
Another of my afternoon failings was trying to find two small churches near the water: St Bogorodica Bognicka and St Nikola Bolnicki. I spied a sign for them on my ill-fated journey to the Icon Gallery. Went into the Church of ...
... 8220;artistic licence” has been taken with the rest. It’s actually quite a beautiful building.
Walking back up to the AtG statue I notice a mini Arc de Triumphe on my right. I have no idea what that’s about and I think I’m too afraid to ask who they’ve adopted as being Macedonian.
And just because it was there, we crossed into Kosovo to have a gander at the capital, Pristina. Very very different. This is a city ...
... was only one thing on my mind. I was so happy when the hostel owner told me my room was ready. I took our bags up to the room, locked the door and we ripped our clothes off immediately. I wont go into much detail, but it was a very special and magical moment. It just felt so good to be together again. After getting reconnected, we relaxed in the hotel room talking and catching up. After settling in, we went for a walk down Istiklal. I showed Courtney around the area, and we ...
... the love we get and the faces we make when we think oh god!!! I have to call my grandma when I get home, after all this family time with his I started thinking more, oh **** my grandma is turning 90 in less than a month and a half she is still working still doing everything shes amazing and as soon as I get my butt home I need to call her and tell her i love her! Its great how going away makes you realize how much you love home.
... and untouched.
People have lived in these hills for hundreds and hundreds of years, from ancients that lived in huts over the water to Romans with their tell-tale amphitheaters. As a result, excellently preserved old Orthodox churches and ruins and mosaics and a giant hilltop fortress are all there to be explored. In fact, current archaeological excavations are taking place at a number of locations around the lake. The streets of town ...