National Gallery of Macedonia
Sveti Dimitrija Church
Located just over the Stone Bridge heading into Čaršija, Sveti Dimitrija is a three-aisled church from the 19th century inside a small...
Holocaust Memorial Center for the Jews of Macedonia
The mirrored-glass entrance is bizarrely unwelcoming, but once inside this is a moving museum with fascinating displays that commemorate...
Museum of the Macedonian Struggle for Statehood & Independence
Part history museum, part national propaganda machine, this is a formidable memorial to Macedonia's historic occupation, land struggles...
Established by an American expat baker, this quiet little coffee-and-cake spot has a cute terrace tucked up a steep cobbled street in...
Skopje's best beef kebabs, accompanied by seasoned grilled bread, peppers and a little raw onion, are served at this classic Čaršija...
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National Gallery of Macedonia information
The Daut Paša Amam (1473) were once the largest Turkish baths outside of Istanbul and they make a magical setting for the permanent collection of Skopje's national art gallery, just by the entrance to the Čaršija (Old Turkish Bazaar). The seven restored rooms house mainly modern art and sculpture from Macedonia, brought to life by the sun piercing through the small star-shaped holes in the domed ceilings. Two other National Gallery sites (Čifte Amam and Mala Stanica ) house rotating, temporary exhibitions.