Lake Ohrid is the seventh deepest lake in Europe.read more
Postal (zip) codes and telephone area codes for Macedonia.read more
The figures were taken from the official censa conducted in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1953 – 1981) and later in the Republic of Macedonia (1991 – 1994).read more
The Republic of Macedonia is a country of lakes. There are three large tectonic lakes, fifteen artificial lakes and twenty-five glacial lakes located in the highest areas of the mountain ranges dating from the Ice Age.read more
There are four national parks protected by law in Macedonia covering an area of 130,000 hectares.read more
Prilep is situated in the northern part of Pelagonia Plain. It is often called “the city under Marko’s Towers” since the town is located on the skirts of the Towers of the legendary hero King Marko, who is common in Macedonian folk songs and tales as a powerful, wise ruler, and fighter against the Turks.
Located on the shores of Lake Ohrid, the town of Ohrid is one of the oldest human settlements in Europe. Its ancient name was Lichnidos, which was used to refer to the settlement of Ohrid and the lake.
Debar is located in the western part of Macedonia, near the border with Albania.
Bitola is the second largest town in Macedonia, situated in the southern part of Pelagonija Valley , on the upper flow on the both sides of the river Dragor, at an altitude of 600 meter height above the sea level.
Situated on the both sides of the river Luda Mara, Kavadarci is most famous for its vineyards and production of quality wines.
Skopje is the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. As largest city in the country, it is a political, economic, and cultural center of Macedonia. It lies on the upper course of the Vardar River and is located on a major north-south Balkan route between Belgrade and Athens.
Tetovo is located at the foothills of the Shar Mountain in north-western Macedonia, 468 m above the sea level, on the edge of the Polog Valley. The city is separated by the river Pena, which flows from the Shar mountain.