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Macedonian Holocaust Museum

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Rozetka
Rozetka
November 9, 2019
The Holocaust Memorial Center for the Jews of Macedonia is a memorial to the holocaust of the 7,148 Jews from North Macedonia and the history of the Jews in the Balkans, located in Skopje, the capital city of North Macedonia
Igor
Igor
October 14, 2019
The mirrored-glass entrance is bizarrely unwelcoming, but once inside this is a moving museum with fascinating displays that commemorate the all-but-lost Sephardic Jewish culture of North Macedonia through a range of photos, English-language wall texts, maps and video. The exhibition documents the…
Dejan
Dejan
September 3, 2019
The Holocaust Memorial Center for the Jews of Macedonia is a memorial to the holocaust of the 7,148 Jews from North Macedonia and the history of the Jews in the Balkans, located in Skopje, the capital city of North Macedonia. The Holocaust Memorial Center is a multimedia center, consisting of…
Sara
Sara
February 13, 2019
It has very sentimental things inside..
Hristina
Hristina
July 20, 2017
A museum that writes history

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Museum
“This extraordinary memorial is the most unique church you'll see in North Macedonia. Inside the building, there's a small museum displaying memorabilia relating to the famed Catholic nun of Calcutta, born in Skopje in 1910.”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“Big shopping mall, Ramstore supermarket, florist, exchange office and bank. Inside you can find Ikona - bookstore where you can purchase books on Macedonia, but also a number of foreign titles in the original language. Impressive food court above. Mix of Italian/Chinese clothing at very discounted prices and high end fashion at skyrocketed price can be found one next to each other here.”
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Kaffi
“The Old Bazaar of Skopje was founded before 7 centuries and today it is one of the most famous landmarks in Skopje, the first one to be explored when visiting the town. Moreover, it is the biggest bazaar in the Balkans. The town is characteristic of its Ottoman architecture with a mix of Byzantine style, creating a mix of cultural heritage. Through the old narrow town’s streets paved with cobblestone, the history blends with the modern style of living. At many places in the town, history left many visible traces portraying the life throughout centuries. The old teahouses still serve tea in a small typical glass on a metal tray. Many shops are found along the streets with characteristic products, which can be found, only at this place. Most of the craft workshops are keeping alive some of the oldest handmade artistry, which year by year became very rare on the territory of the Balkan Peninsula, like filigree craftsmanship. Besides, sweet shops and restaurants serving some of the most popular Turkish dishes and delights are to be found along the narrow streets.”
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Museum
“Occupying the old train station building where the stone fingers of the clock remain frozen in time at 5.17am – the moment Skopje's devastating earthquake struck on 27 July 1963, killing 1070 people – this museum operates as an art gallery for rotating exhibitions, with one area dedicated to a moving exhibition chronicling the horrific events of the earthquake through video footage and photos.”
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History Museum
“This supersized pile of Italianate-styled marble has been a giant receptacle for Skopje's recent splurge on government-led monuments to boost national pride. Inside, there are three floors displaying the cream of Macedonian archaeological excavations beneath the dazzle of hundreds of tiny lights. Highlights include Byzantine treasures; sophisticated 3D reconstructions of early Macedonian faces from skulls; a pint-sized replica of an early Christian basilica showing the life phases of mosaic conservation; and a Phoenician royal necropolis.”
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Staðsetning
Skopje
Sími02 312 2697
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