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IgorMarkovic wrote a review Feb 2021
Smederevo, Serbia903 contributions130 helpful votes
Although heavily popularized in recent years, the Bay of the Bones Museum probably needs no advertisement. It hides an amazing story of thousands of years long settlement, which has been found deep in the Ohrid Lake. Numerous artefacts have been dug in the last two decades, while the nearly-resembeling recreation of the authentic-looking village of the times when it used to be lively and prosperous. The Museum does not offer many background inofrmation, but the archeological heritage amassed through years is very much worth seeing! All in all, if you're visiting Ohrid, make sure not to miss this amazing place, especially if you're a fan of early human history and archeology!…
Date of experience: February 2021
Lokvenec wrote a review Aug 2020
Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia13 contributions6 helpful votes
The museum is small but you will learn something new. The Roman castle offers a great view of the lake and the surrounding area. The entrance ticket is 100 mkd for adults and only 30 mkd for children.
Date of experience: August 2020
Milan S wrote a review Jul 2020
Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia196 contributions116 helpful votes
This place is in vicinity of the famous camping and summer site Gradishte, on the Ohrid lake riviera. This is monument of at least 5000 years of continuous culture in Ohrid region!
Date of experience: July 2020
2 Helpful votes
Torieb wrote a review Mar 2020
46 contributions30 helpful votes
This is a recreation based on artifacts found beneath the site. Entry cost is 100 denar. There are several pelts of fox, bear, sheep and goat. The history is interesting, but the site itself is quite mundane. If it were not for the docent to explain everything I would not have known what was so special. …
Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
aysu8 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom68 contributions5 helpful votes
It’s worth a visit. Especially for the crystal clear water. And the colour of the water was magical. Because it’s a replica, it’s not really breathtaking. But if you’re visiting St Naum it’s just on the way a nice pitstop.
Date of experience: February 2020