Skopje, the capital city of the Republic of Macedonia, was originally founded by the Romans in the 2nd century B.C. under the name of Skupi. Located on the banks of the Vardar River, Skopje is now known for being the cultural, academic, and political center of the country, showcasing several universities and theatrical companies, as well as an array of museums and art galleries. The Old Skopje Bazaar, filled with authentic crafts and handmade items, is a natural draw for shopping enthusiasts. Those who appreciate history and architecture will find many sites to explore, including the Kale Fortress, which allows for a wonderful view of the city and the Vardar River, and Mustafa Pasha’s mosque, a beautiful example of Islamic art.
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