Haha, sekoja cest, taka treba!
Ajde, one like for this cool guy.
(That’s no nationalism, that’s just funny.)
Hey there, it’s a long time ago since I posted something about Macedonia, but I didn’t forget about my little blog. ;)
Here a beautiful picture of a monastery in Matka, near Skopje.
Here a link to an article I once wrote about the great place Matka:
Pobeda! Samo napred Makedonija!
Macedonia wins against Austria in the European Championship 2014 in Denmark and is now in the quarter-final!
Arheoloski musej na Makedonija, Skopje
Let’s welcome the autumn with this really great picture of a beautiful landscape in Mavrovo, Macedonia! :D
The Monospitovsko Blato is an area of wetland (“blato” means “marsh”), devoted to conservation, nature and eco-tourism, with distinctive long wooden jetty-like plank platforms built out over the marsh for bird-watching and fishing, and an incredibly rich variety of wildlife - insects, flowers, fish, birds, lizards, mammals, amphibians… - some I believe unique to this place. Some people say there are even spiders that eat fish. O,o
Very highly recommended for anyone interested in nature - anyone at all in fact. Afterwards you can go and have a raki and a chat with the local people in the square in Monospitovo village, which is a pleasant, peaceful little place too.
Hey there…! :)
This blog is about the country Macedonia.
Macedonia has many problems with other countries, especially with Greece, Albania and Bulgaria. In this text I don’t want to explain what the problems are, I just wanna say that I don’t have any problems with people who live in Greece, Albania and Bulgaria. (In every state there are some nationalists, but I really don’t want to talk about those underdeveloped humans.)
Sure, I don’t like the way those countrys act against my conutry Macedonia, but that don’t have to do nothing with the people living there, that’s the fault of the governments and some politicians.
Connections and relationships between states and nation are definded by much more than just a handful of people who argue because of … nothing! The way to a peacful life on the Balkans is that we accept each other and that we see each other as humans and individuals and not as marionettes of the prevailing governments.
I hope I get somewhere with that text and I hope out there are other people thinking like me, would be really great if you like this text and reblog it to spread it as much as possible. :)
Sv. Jovan Kaneo, Ohrid