The monastery dedicated to St. Elijah (Св. Илија, Sv. Ilija) in village Melnica, Mariovo was built on the initiative of Stale Cheshelkov from village Polchishte, and with the support of the population from Mariovo.
Kursumli An (Inn) is situated on the left bank of the river Vardar in Skopje's former Iron Bazaar.
Passing the Stone Bridge on the River Vardar, you will find yourself into the old part of the city of Skopje.
The today existing Bezisten, was built on the site of the old, and it is located in the Old Skopje Bazaar, sourrounded on all sides by small shops.
The tower has a foursquare foundation (7,5 x 7,5 meters), 14 meters high, and up to the roof, the structure is well preserved. It is built of large stone blocks of processed limestone, and the upper part is made of bricks in the form of teeth. A single entry in the tower is on the north side.
The monumental Stone Bridge on Vardar River, connects the old and new part of Skopje city. According to Turkish sources, the bridge was built in the second half of the fifteenth century, during the rule of Sultan Mehmed II.
Skupi the ancient settlement is located between the villages Zlokukani and Bardovci.
Skopje Kale (Fortress) takes one of the dominant positions in the center of the City of Skopje.
Church St. Sofia in Ohrid is one of the most significant monuments of medieval art and architecture in Macedonia. There is no precise historical data about the construction of the church. According to some, the present church was built on an older cult site.