Museum of the City of Skopje
Museum of the City of Skopje is located in the center of the city. It is established in 1949 and since 1970 the museum is housed in a remodeled section of the old train station that was partially destroyed in the 1963 Skopje earthquake. One-third of the building, which has remained relatively preserved, is now in operation as a Museum.
Daut Pashin Amam
Daut Pashin Amam is a historical monument of Islamic culture and a fine example of Islamic architecture. The Hammam was built by Daut Pasha in the second half of the 15th century. The building was originally divided into male and female sections and covered an area of 900 square meters. In 1948 the Hammam was restored and adapted for its new function - an art gallery.
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.
My neighborhood, Karposh 1, is my favorite place. With the company we're kind of like That 70's Show. We are sitting on pajamas like crazy on the benches and drinking beer ... Bela was my favorite but wasn't they closed ... That's why Kotur is my place anyway.
Freaky and modern
Skopjans, what makes Skopje more beautiful. Positive people, always ready to help. I think Skopje is one of the safest places to live, which greatly affects the lives of young people.
Young, handsome and indispensable
"... The first encounter with the first sympathy, sitting on a bench beside the quay"
Which is to say Skopje first reminds us of Vardar and Silbo ... And after all of our habits. We have coffee at Gallery and Picnic, and we often sit at Grind. Neighborhoods, relax, we write sport-ticket, we have Sport Life right next to us.
A progressive critic
I want to see more happy people on the street. People on bicycles, people using public transport. I want fresh air! In Skopje I feel free, I have space for literally everything from cultural uplifting to a psychedelic experience.