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This large, dramatic statue welcomes visitors to the Ottoman old bazaar area of Skopje as they arrive across the old stone bridge. Like so many of the city’s statues it was installed as part of the Skopje 2014 project. For me, it is one of...More
Also today a month after beeing in Skopje I learn something new in my life. Phillip the second was king of Macedonia and he was the father of Alexander the great that was nice to learn. He had 7 different wifes and in on page...More
The statue of Phillip II stands proud at the opposite side of the Vardar from his warrior son. Another memorable but slightly odd modern-age statue of an ancient leader. Might have been better located on Macedonia Square with his son rather than in Rebellion Square!
Walking down to the Macedonian Square after visiting the Skopje Fortress Kale, I came across this statue of Philip of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great.
I took several pictures of this statue and proceeded to other attractions located near it. Note that the...More