Macedonian mountains

Macedonia is a mountainous country and approximately 80% of the country consists of hills and mountains.

Nidze Mountain Macedonia

Nidze Mountain (Ниџе планина)

Nidze Mountain is located in the southernmost part of the Republic of Macedonia with the highest peak Kajmakchalan, 2,521 meters high. It stretches in the direction northeast-southwest and along the crest of Nidze Mountain leads the state border between Macedonia and Greece. Besides Kajmakchalan, other important peaks on the Nidze Mountain are: “Nidze” – 2361 …

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Kozjak Mountain

Kozjak Mountain – Macedonian Mountains

Kozjak (Козјак) is mountain with medium height in the southern part of Macedonia in Mariovo region. Located between the mountains “Nidze” and “Kozuf”, it extends from “Crna Reka” (Black River) to the north in a meridian direction to the Macedonian-Greek border in the south. The highest peak is “Baltova Chuka” (1,823 m), and other famous …

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Plackovica Mountain Macedonia

Plackovica Mountain – Macedonian Mountains

Plackovica is a mountain with medium height, located in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with the highest point “Lisec” (1 754 m). It is situated between the town of Radovis and Strumica-Radovish valley in the south and Kocani valley in the north, in the northwest-southeast direction. With the valley of “Zrnovska” river, …

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Maleshevo mountain

The Maleshevo mountain (Малешевски планини) is medium-sized mountain located in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia and the southwestern part of the Republic of Bulgaria. Its highest peaks are Jami Tepe (Џами Тепе) (1,804 m) and Chengino Kale (Ченгино Кале) (1,748 m). On the highest parts of the Maleshevo Mountain there is the …

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Osogovo Mountains in Macedonia

Osogovo Mountains

Osogovo Mountains (Осоговски Планини) are a high mountain massif in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia, which as a natural whole continues in the Republic of Bulgaria. According to its surface it is the second biggest mountain massif in Republic of Macedonia, along the mountain range Jakupica (Mokra Planina). The highest peak of …

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