Throughout history, Kursumli-An has different purposes. First of all, it was an An and its main purpose was trade and handicraft or to host caravans with commercial and artisanal livestock. Thus, on its walls were found signatures of some 16th-century people from Dubrovnik. It was functioning as An until 1787, when it was converted to a prison and again from 1904 to 1912. Kursumli An suffered major damage in the 1963 earthquake, but it was completely restored.
Cathedral of St. Clement of Ohrid
The foundations were laid on April 23, 1972, by the design of the architect Slavko Brezoski. The church is of rotunda type, with dimensions 36 x 36 m. and consists only of domes and arches, covering an area of about 1,000 m². Nearly 6,000 worshipers can gather in that area. The main church is dedicated to St. Clement of Ohrid and the lower church of St. Mother. One of the chapels is dedicated to Tsar Constantine and Empress Helena and the other to the holy martyr Mina.
"... I love Skopje, we all love it, it has a beautiful energy, good company, a special atmosphere ..."
Potato and Timeless Wonder Woman
At the moment I feel different in Skopje. When you move and come back you see some things you had never seen before. Skopje will always remain in my heart and it will never change.
I've been here since 1963. I know Skopje, with its small houses and buildings. Today nothing is the same, the same streets look like a concrete tunnel. That moment suffocated me. We don't hang out. We all stopped on Facebook, after a little chat in the market and so on.
Charitable and pedantic rocker
When I was younger, I was part of a few bands. Then we lived for music. At that time, music was at the forefront.
Future world changer
Градов ми оставил многу впечаток преку рок журките, каде што одев кога бев средно. Некако беше некој простор и некое време каде што имаше мноооогу дружење. Едноставно Скопје живееше… Скопје лудуваше…