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St. John's Church George in Capari Village

St. John's Church George in Capari Village

Coordinates : 41.057516, 21.176912

In the courtyard of St. Peter's Church George in the village of Capari are located several graves of officers of the Bulgarian army, killed in the battles of the Crveni Steni of Pelister and Kota 1248. The village of Capari is one of the most important villages on the foothills of Mount Baba and it gives interesting examples of traditional Macedonian architecture. St. John's Church George is a church built in 1888 and located in the village itself.

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The Manaki photos

The Manaki photos - The photos are in the property of the National archive of the Republic of Macedonia, department in Bitola. The photos are edited by the Macedonian Centre for photography.

The original photos are in the property of the European association for local democracy – ALDA.  Photographer: Zoran Shekerov

 

 

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