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Military cemeteries

Bulgarian military cemetery in the village of Capari Bulgarian military cemetery in the village of Capari

Bulgarian military cemetery in the village of Capari

Bulgarian military cemeteries are located in the western part of the village of Capari. More than 300 Bulgarian soldiers died in the battles of the Crveni Steni. They are buried in the cemeteries...
Bitola German War Cemetery Bitola German War Cemetery

Bitola German War Cemetery

The German military cemetery of Bitola is located on a hill to the northwest of Bitola. The building "Tottenborg", or "City of the Dead", was built for more than a year and is...
French military cemetery of Bitola French military cemetery of Bitola

French military cemetery of Bitola

The French cemetery in Bitola is the largest cemetery in Macedonia, with more than 13,000 soldiers of the French army killed at the Macedonian...
Serbian military cemetery of Bitola Serbian military cemetery of Bitola

Serbian military cemetery of Bitola

The Serbian military cemetery of Bitola is located in the southern part of Bitola, an extension of the Bukovski Orthodox Cemetery. Here are buried...

 

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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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