Havzi Pasha hospices (inns) in Bardovci were built in the first half of the nineteenth century, probably between 1830 to 1845, because Havzi Pasha became pasha of Skopje somewhere in 1820 and in 1845 he left Skopje, and shortly afterwards died.
Smilevo village is the birthplace of the Macedonian national hero Dame Gruev - one of the founders of IMRO (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization – Macedonian: ВМРО).
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.
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.
Grncarica is archaeological site near the village Krupiste. It is early Neolithic settlement and also the oldest site in Southeast Europe.
Photo gallery - Treskavec Мonastery (Манастир Трескавец) near Prilep