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Holocaust Memorial Center (Memorijalen Centar Na Holokaustot)
Skopje's three-story Holocaust Memorial Center (Memorijalen Centar Na Holokaustot) stands in remembrance of more than 7,000 Jews from Macedonia that were killed in the Holocaust and the overall history of Jews in the Balkans. Set in what was once the Jewish Quarter of Skopje, the museum was opened in March 2011, coinciding with the 68th anniversary of the deportation of Macedonian Jews to the Treblinka concentration camp.

Travelers will enter the Star of David-shaped building to see a somber variety of displays featuring maps, videos, photos and English language wall texts, all designed to commemorate the Jewish culture of Macedonia that was nearly lost. The moving exhibits trace the history of the country's Jewish community, starting from their expulsion from the Iberian Peninsula and move to the Balkans through World War II, when a devastating 98% of Macedonian Jews were killed in the Holocaust.

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The Holocaust Memorial Center is located on the Old Town side of the Vardar River, behind the Museum of the Macedonian Struggle and next to the Church of St Demetrius. It is an easy walk from most central Skopje hotels, just over the Stone Bridge from Macedonia Square.
Address: Iljo Vojvoda, Skopje, Macedonia
Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Skopje and Countryside Highlights Private Full-Day Tour

Skopje and Countryside Highlights Private Full-Day Tour

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See the highlights of Skopje and its surrounds in one day on this private tour. Leave the city and ride a cable car up Mt. Vodno to admire its Millennium Cross before a visit to the nearby fresco-coated St. Pantelejmon Church and scenic Matka Canyon. Then, return to Skopje for a comprehensive city walking tour, viewing must-sees like the Stone Bridge, Old Bazaar, and Macedonia Square. Private air-conditioned transport with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
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  • 8 hours
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Skopje Old and New Private Half-Day Walking Tour

Skopje Old and New Private Half-Day Walking Tour

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Want a comprehensive look at Skopje with the benefit of your own guide? This private half-day walking tour provides a complete round-up of the sights with the personalized insight of a private guide. Discover the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman heritage of Macedonia’s capital and explore both sides of the city: seeing the ‘Skopje 2014’ monuments, Macedonia Square, Stone Bridge, Old Bazaar, Kale Fortress, and more. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
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GAILY TOUR in SKOPJE - Gay & Lesbian Tour

GAILY TOUR in SKOPJE - Gay & Lesbian Tour

Skopje • Gay Friendly Tour & Holocaust's Secrets  • Gay or Lesbian Friendly Tour Guide and/or Driver • Every Entrance Fee or Tasting described in the program
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Holocaust Memorial Center (Memorijalen Centar Na Holokaustot) hours of operation: Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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