According to one story, Ahmed Niyazi Bey one of the leaders of Young Turk Revolution, after receiving a postcard of Versailles, also wanted to have a French-style estate.
Smilevo village is the birthplace of the Macedonian national hero Dame Gruev - one of the founders of IMRO (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization – Macedonian: ВМРО).
Slave Makedonski (Славе Македонски, Slave from Macedonia (Slave – name in Macedonia)) is Neolithic skeleton found on the archaeological site Grncarica near the village Krupiste.
Grncarica is archaeological site near the village Krupiste. It is early Neolithic settlement and also the oldest site in Southeast Europe.
Konjuh village near the city Kratovo is one of the few places on the Balkans, which in its womb hides early Christian basilica with a circular shape.
Grad (City, Град) is ancient settlement located near Delčevo (Делчево), a few kilometers from the border with Bulgaria.
The fortified town of Golemo Gradishte (Големо Градиште) is located about 40 km east of Skopje.
Kostoperska Karpa (Bone Washing Rock, Костоперска Карпа) is archaeological site near the village Mlado Nagoricane (Младо Нагоричане) on 10 km northeast of Kumanovo and over international road that goes east to Kjustendil.
Adjacent to Tetovo, just 2 km from the city center rises a hill with a flattened plateau split from the slopes of the Sar Mountain (Шар Планина) with picturesque flow of the river Pena (Река Пена).
Vinicko Kale (Vinica Fortress, Виничко Кале) archaeological site is located southwest of the city of Vinica on a high hill which dominates the entire area.
Morodvis (Мородвис) is the name of one of the most beautiful villages in Eastern Macedonia, which lies at the foot of Mount Plachkovica (Плачковица).
Bargala (Баргала) is ancient city located 12 km northeast of the town of Stip (Штип), near Upper Kozjak (Горен Козјак) end Kozjachka River (Козјачка Рела) at the foot of Mount Plachkovica (Плачковица).