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Heraklea Linkestis is an archaeological site in Bitola in Macedonia which was once an ancient Roman settlement.
Heraklea Linkestis, also known as just Heraklea, is believed to have been founded by King Philip II of Macedon in around the fourth century BC, before being conquered by the Romans in approximately the second century BC. Located along the important trade route of Via Egnatia, Heraklea Linkestis thrived as a... Read More
Stobi in Macedonia was an ancient settlement of Paeonia before becoming a Roman city.
Stobi is one of Macedonia’s most famous archaeological sites. Once the capital of the kingdom of Paeonia, Stobi was located along a busy trade route and thrived as a commercial hub specialising in the trade of salt. Stobi reached its peak in the third or fourth century AD. Whilst the first... Read More
The Skopje Aqueduct is a stone aqueduct in Macedonia, possibly built by the Romans.
The Skopje Aqueduct is a well preserved stone aqueduct located north of the Macedonian city of Skopje. A large stone structure made up of fifty-five archways, the origins of Skopje Aqueduct are unclear. Whilst it is known to have existed as far back as Ottoman times, some say that it was... Read More
Tumba Madzari is a Neolithic settlement in the north-eastern region of Skopje, in Macedonia. It is most notable for the Pre-Indo-European Great Mother statuettes.
Tumba Madzari is a Neolithic settlement in the north-eastern region of Skopje, in Macedonia. It is most notable for the Pre-Indo-European Great Mother statuettes which provide the proof of existence of the Cult of the Great Mother Goddess. After several archaeological excavations on the site, a range of artefacts were discovered which... Read More