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First World War Historical Path to Pelister and Info Centre

First World War Historical Path to Pelister and Info Centre

Coordinates : 41.039648, 21.221272

The First World War Historical Trail begins with the Info Centre in Pelister. This information centre houses a museum on the fauna and flora of the natural park and the events of the First World War, as well as a souvenir shop. Above all, it is the indispensable place to organize your activities in the park, from a simple walk to a multi-day hike with nights in the shelters. The centre has maps, provides good advice with thematic itineraries (churches, World War I battlefields, children's visits, etc.) and puts visitors in touch with the Pelister Guides agency.

First World War Historical Path to Pelister

●        Info Centre – Molika hotel
●        Distance: 2,5 km
●        Duration: about 1 hour
●        Highest peak of the trail: 1 350 m – 1 420 m
●        * It is also recommended for children, with suitable equipment for light hiking trails.

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

 

 

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