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Archaeological Exhibition 2013 – Republic of Macedonia


Retrospective exhibition 2007-2013 

The exhibition in the City museum of Skopje shed a light of some archaeological discoveries in the last couple of years at the archaeological sites of: Heraclea Lyncetis, Scupi, Vardarski Rid, Stobi, Kokino, and Plaoshnik, Tetovo Fortress (Baltepe), Bylazora, Tauresium, Stibera, St. Transfiguration Monastery (v . Zrze), Strumica Fotress (Carevi Kuli), Isar (Shtip) and Bargala and Gradishte (Negotino) known as Antigonea.

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