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Millenium Cross

16 paikallista suosittelee
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Изграден е во 2002 година во чест на две илјади години христијанство во Македонија и доаѓањето на новиот милениум. Со 66 м височина, тој е една од највисоките градби во Македонија и највисок крст во светот.
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Todor
Todor
January 6, 2020
Very beautiful place with a perfect panoramic view of the city of Skopje.
Valentina
Valentina
December 17, 2019
66 - m tall cross on top of Vodno mountain. It is best observation point to see panorama of the city.
Filip
Filip
November 27, 2019
20 Miles south of Skopje lies Mount Vodno. The grandiose 66 meter high Millennium Cross which stands on the top of Mount Vodno, is an impressive sight to behold. The mountain area is popular for tourists as it boasts very good conditions for hiking and here you can explore beautiful flora and fauna…
Rozetka
Rozetka
November 9, 2019
he Millennium Cross (Macedonian: Милениумски крст, Mileniumski krst) is a 66-metre (217 ft) tall cross situated on the top of Vodno Mountain in North Macedonia and is 15 kilometers outside the capital city Skopje. It is one of the tallest crosses in the world.[3] It was constructed to serve as a…
Dejan
Dejan
September 3, 2019
Perfect view of the whole city. Accessible by public bus (25 A and 25 B, starting point Дом на печат or Museum of Skopje) to the middle of the Mountain (Sredno Vodno) and from there with a cable car.

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