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Mavrovo National Park is in Western North Macedonia. With over 73,000 hectares it is the largest national park in the country.

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Lake Mavrovo
  • Sv. Jovan Bigorski- the monastery is dedicated to St. John the Forerunner. It was made in the 18th century and includes beautiful frescos and icons located in Rostuse.
  • Golem Korab- The largest mountain in the country located on the border with Albania
  • Mavrovo Lake-It has excellent swimming, boating ,and fishing in the summer months. An additional point of interest is the half-submerged church in the lake.

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Ski at the Zare Lazareski Ski Center-The ski center was renovated recently, so the capacity of the ski lifts and the ski chairs is increased. The ski trails start at 1960 m and end at 1250 m above sea level. It has two double lift chairs, one single lift chair with over 1100-person capacity per hour, several ski lifts with synchronized connection and over 5000 person capacity per hour.

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Fish from Mavrovo Lake.

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  • [dead link] Glamour (200 m from the slopes), +38970951721. Glamour is a few hundred meters from the slopes, and has a restaurant and bar, and rooms to rent for skiers. The staff speak some English and are more than accommodating. €18.

LodgingEdit

  • 'Bistra Hotel:

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