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With every bus line you will pay only 0. The most used bus line is the first 1. They are two bus lines with number 1, the differences are one of them stops at Javor Shopping Center and the other line at Seherezada station. But you can't missed up because they stoped at the stations near hospital and the railway station, also near the medical high school. Other bus lines are for the neighborhoods and the for the villages Brusnicka, Bukovski, Dovledzik, Streliste, Dulie, Orizari, Dihovo, Nizhe Pole, Bistrica See[ edit ][ add listing ] Old Bazaar — even though it is smaller than the one in Skopje, the bazaar in Bitola is cleaner and much more taken care of, so it is the most beautiful old bazaar in Macedonia.

It has pleasant small squares with water fountains and many Ottoman monuments in and around it. A large portion of the old bazaar was demolished in the s for the city square to be built. Fortunately the main monuments were left standing. It was a seat of consuls in the 19th century and with them they brought the European culture and influenced the local aristocracy, who started living in European fashon and building their houses in mixed neo-classical styles.

Bitola is a nice place to visit since Pelister National Park is close, the ancient city of Heraklea is there, it has nice Ottoman ladiws and 19th-century romantic architecture, so some good examples of everything. It can ih be done in a day including enjoying coffee on Shirok Sokak, but you have to put aside a separate day for Pelister National Park. The friendly and Loiking Tourist Information Office is on Ulice Sterio Georgiev, just a few metres from the clock tower though Looling has at times been closed. There is a tourist map billboard on the city square at the river end of Shirok Sokakbut this appears to be the only tourist information in the city out-of-season October History[ edit ] There are important metal artifacts from the ancient period, from the necropolis of Crkvishte near the village of Beranci.

As Heraclea Lyncestis Greek: As an important strategic point it became a prosperous city. The Romans conquered this part of Macedon in BC and destroyed the political power of the city. Filled with a thousands small stones placed in a perfect harmony they waves the mosaic story of the Christianity and represents one of a kind expression of the inner spiritual life of the population. The presentations of the underground world as well as the heavenly world opposed to the bloodthirst of the earthly life, looks like they are truing to reveal the secret of life. Life and death, good and evil as eternal opponents, can be deeply felt in the Theatre complex.

Following the configuration of the terrain its architects fully managed to incorporate the twelve rows of seats, the the seats for the honourable people the VIP seatsthe scene scaenae and the orchestra, and to bring this building to a degree of perfection. The admiration of the Theatre shows is changed by the terror of the venatours fights, the battle between a man and a beast, that happened right here, in the same arena. That agitates the souls of the visitors and causes chills. The brutality of the war, the bloodthirst of the beast and the rivers of blood, spilled during these fights, could not been cleaned and washed away, not even by the waters from the city fountain that is nearby the Theatre.

The fountain with its constant murmuring could only tell this story again and again, and again… Museum — Bitola Each of us, even though we endlessly love the future, wants to look into the past and to feel its scent and to hear its sounds.

Every stone in the courtyard of this object, every door oadies opens in front of us preserves vitola sounds of the past and those of the future. In its bosom it protects the centuries and the stories about the long existence. It knows all of the stories and unselfishly gives them to anyone that wants to hear them. The importance and the significance Loiking this object is not only the result of its monumentality, but to the historical past, events and individuals that stayed forr. This place was built inwhen Bitola had its biggest development, was built as a Military High School — Idadie. Museum — Bitola The most important period of the existence of this Military Academy is connected to the period when the cadet Mustafa Kemal Ataturk — the father of Modern Turkey, was educated there.

The adaptation of this building into a Museum started in It represents a real treasure where the most valuable cultural and historical treasures from the region are kept, preserved and presented. Thousands of exponents from which only a part are Lioking, keep the civilization values of different epochs, that way creating the cultural and historical map of the region. The continuous period of existence of different cultures, their symbiosis, continuing prosperity and their diversity enables the presence of such diversity that could rarely be found somewhere else, and in such a small region.

The richness of exponents archaeological, ethnological, historical bittola others are only one fo through which we become witnesses bitolz our own past Memorial room of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk The constant archaeological exhibits where we can Loiking different historic periods of the region, the City Room, Memorial Room of Khemal Ataturk, as well Lokoing the numerous temporary exhibits on various themes, gives the visitors an opportunity to feel the spirit of the past and at least for zmall moment to steal a piece of the history, that was created by the past generations. But even this moment in the next moment will become history, so this is why it constantly becomes a part of this gathered history, of our gathered existence.

Museum Exhibition Church St. Dimitrija The sound of the bells resounds through the air and flutters the soul. It rejoices to the new lives and mourns about those that passed by. It rejoices and cries. It echoes as a century-old vein of the city. Partly dug in the ground this church is a witness of the wit and cleverness of our masters. If we could only look back through history, and if we could unravel the secrets of the past we will come to a lot of surprises. The bells dominating in that vast courtyard with its sounds calls us to enter. Walking slowly, stepping into that vast yard that is revealed in front of our eyes, we will see a massive, but simple, stone building.

The gitolawhen this church was built, is not only a chronological sign but a part of the eternity. It is not only an empty content, because not even a single human moment, day or year can never sjall empty. They are bigola with joy and happiness, with pain and suffering, with life and death. Entering through one of the entrances of the glass porch we will smell the incense and candles lightened by the trembling hands of ldaies believers. Praying for the health and happiness or honouring the deceased, they stop only for a moment, and enter some other world. So, to dig the church into the ground was the best way to respect smqll law, and foe achieve their goal fr the same time.

Built, in only four months with donations from the Christians of Bitola, no matter what their ethnic belonging, this temple rises from the ashes and became a place where all the believers could freely address the God. Its internal richness will unfold in front of us as soon as we step down the stairs, descending about 1m dug in, tree arched basilica. Two rows of massive pillars, six on each side, separate the church into three parts. The central part is the biggest one. The central part is arched, and its endings rest on the two rows of pillars. The floor galleries and all the church mobiliar give a special beauty to this temple.

Thinking about the luxury and sensing the incense, in front of us we can see three altars, tall and magnificent. The central altar is dedicated to St. Following the configuration of the terrain its architects fully managed to incorporate the twelve rows of seats, the the seats for the honourable people the VIP seatsthe scene scaenae and the orchestra, and to bring this building to a degree of perfection. The admiration of the Theatre shows is changed by the terror of the venatours fights, the battle between a man and a beast, that happened right here, in the same arena.

That agitates the souls of the visitors and causes chills. The brutality of the war, the bloodthirst of the beast and the rivers of blood, spilled during these fights, could not been cleaned and washed away, not even by the waters from the city fountain that is nearby the Theatre. The fountain with its constant murmuring could only tell this story again and again, and again… Museum — Bitola Each of us, even though we endlessly love the future, wants to look into the past and to feel its scent and to hear its sounds. Every stone in the courtyard of this object, every door that opens in front of us preserves the sounds of the past and those of the future.

In its bosom it protects the centuries and the stories about the long existence. It knows all of the stories and unselfishly gives them to anyone that wants to hear them. The importance and the significance of this object is not only the result of its monumentality, but to the historical past, events and individuals that stayed here. This place was built inwhen Bitola had its biggest development, was built as a Military High School — Idadie. Museum — Bitola The most important period of the existence of this Military Academy is connected to the period when the cadet Mustafa Kemal Ataturk — the father of Modern Turkey, was educated there.

The adaptation of this building into a Museum started in It represents a real treasure where the most valuable cultural and historical treasures from the region are kept, preserved and presented. Thousands of exponents from which only a part are exposed, keep the civilization values of different epochs, that way creating the cultural and historical map of the region. The continuous period of existence of different cultures, their symbiosis, continuing prosperity and their diversity enables the presence of such diversity that could rarely be found somewhere else, and in such a small region.

The richness of exponents archaeological, ethnological, historical and others are only one part through which we become witnesses of our own past Memorial room of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk The constant archaeological exhibits where we can trace different historic periods of the region, the City Room, Memorial Room of Khemal Ataturk, as well as the numerous temporary exhibits on various themes, gives the visitors an opportunity to feel the spirit of the past and at least for a moment to steal a piece of the history, that was created by the past generations. But even this moment in the next moment will become history, so this is why it constantly becomes a part of this gathered history, of our gathered existence.

Museum Exhibition Church St. Dimitrija The sound of the bells resounds through the air and flutters the soul. It rejoices to the new lives and mourns about those that passed by. It rejoices and cries. It echoes as a century-old vein of the city. Partly dug in the ground this church is a witness of the wit and cleverness of our masters. If we could only look back through history, and if we could unravel the secrets of the past we will come to a lot of surprises. The bells dominating in that vast courtyard with its sounds calls us to enter. Walking slowly, stepping into that vast yard that is revealed in front of our eyes, we will see a massive, but simple, stone building.

The yearwhen this church was built, is not only a chronological sign but a part of the eternity. It is not only an empty content, because not even a single human moment, day or year can never be empty. They are filled with joy and happiness, with pain and suffering, with life and death. Entering through one of the entrances of the glass porch we will smell the incense and candles lightened by the trembling hands of the believers. Praying for the health and happiness or honouring the deceased, they stop only for a moment, and enter some other world. So, to dig the church into the ground was the best way to respect the law, and to achieve their goal at the same time. Built, in only four months with donations from the Christians of Bitola, no matter what their ethnic belonging, this temple rises from the ashes and became a place where all the believers could freely address the God.

Its internal richness will unfold in front of us as soon as we step down the stairs, descending about 1m dug in, tree arched basilica. Two rows of massive pillars, six on each side, separate the church into three parts. The central part is the biggest one. The central part is arched, and its endings rest on the two rows of pillars. The floor galleries and all the church mobiliar give a special beauty to this temple. Thinking about the luxury and sensing the incense, in front of us we can see three altars, tall and magnificent. The central altar is dedicated to St. Demetrius, the southern one to the Annunciation and the northern one to St. The whole iconostasis is made in gold plate, carved by the skilful hands of the, for now unknown, woodcarving group of craftsmen, that surely consisted of Macedonian masters.

How many grape ivies and leaves are plaited to create this magic? Other bishops from Heraclea are known between 4th and 6th century AD. The city was sacked by Ostrogothic forces, commanded by Theodoric the Great in AD and, despite a large gift to him from the city's bishop, it was sacked again in AD. It was restored in the late 5th and early 6th century. In the late 6th century the city suffered successive attacks by Slavic tribes. It was finally taken over by the Slavs and lost its importance by the end of the century. In the 6th and 7th century the region around Monastiri experienced a demographic shift as more and more Slavic tribes settled in the area.

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They also nitola a defence bitoal around the settlement. Monastiri was conquered and remained part of the First Bulgarian Empire from late 8th to early 11th century. The spreading of Christianity was assisted by St. Though smaller than the original city, the archaeological site of Heraclea Lyncestis holds several important buildings and sites. These include the Roman theatre, Roman thermae bath complexsmall and large basilicas added by the Byzantines, Jewish temple, and intricate church floor mosaics that are fantastic examples of early Christian art.

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Its mild climate smakl gentle slope make it ideal for hiking and skiing. Pelister National Park is home to a unique array of flora and fauna, as well as natural springs, waterfalls, and glacial lakes. Its most famous species is the Molika tree, which can grow up to 40 meters feet high and live for over years.


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