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Certain aspects of this relatively new structure are admirable, but the general effect is an aesthetic overload that doesn't really do it many favours. So it's fair to say it's not my favourite church in the world, or even in North Macedonia. Or even Skopje...More
Do visit the church of St. Clement of Ohrid. The exterior architecture gives no clue to the splendid inside. To understand the struggle and history of Macedonia, and its people you have to learn about St Clement. We loved this church, and would revisit at...More
Worth a look if you have time. On first inspection I was confused as to whether this was an Orthodox Church or a Mosque - the domes and minaret suggested a mosque but it soon became clear it was Orthodox.
Its size and is unusual design (although very nice) make this church (at least in my view|) more of an interesting site than a religous object. I always feel a draft when I get inside. The icons are lovely, traditional but still... I would not...More
Have anybody noticed actually it looks like a mosque? A central dome with windows, supported with half domes. And even the tower is minaret. Interaction between religions is not only in architecture though...
Go inside (quietly!) - lovely icons, and usually weddings and baptisms going on. You won't be interrupting if you are respectful, and those rites in themselves are just extraordinary! This may not have the most icons or the oldest, but it's worth a visit!