Macedonia: Ottoman-period monuments due to be restored

posted by istanbul on 2008/11/19 12:47

[ From the Media ]

Macedonia seems very active recently what concerns archaeology and restoration of historical monuments; just have a look at the "Cultural Monuments" section on this website set up to promote these initiatives. Of the more recent monuments, the 16th-century Hamam in Debar and the 19th-century Bey's House in Tetovo, the latter to become an ethnographic museum (more here), are due for rehabilitation.



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