6 Sights in Прилеп, North Macedonia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Прилеп, North Macedonia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Прилеп, North Macedonia.

List of cities in North Macedonia Sightseeing Tours in Прилеп

1. Kuzman Josifoski-Pitu

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Kuzman Joseph-Pitu Macedonian communist, one of the main organizers of the anti-fascist movement and NOB in Macedonia. He was named Yugoslav People's Hero on August 2, 1945, as one of the first Macedonian fighters to receive this honor. Because of its tireless cause of people's liberation, many people call it NOB's Gozdelchev [is looking for sources].

Wikipedia: Кузман Јосифоски - Питу (MK)

2. Могила на непобедените

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Mound of the Unbeaten is a World War II memorial in the Park of the Revolution, Prilep, North Macedonia. The monument and memorial complex were built in 1961 in honor to the martyrs and fallen fighters of the People's Liberation Struggle in Macedonia. Author of the memorial complex is Serbian architect Bogdan Bogdanović.

Wikipedia: Mound of the Unbeaten (EN)

3. Mirche Acev

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Mirče Acev was a Macedonian organizer of the Yugoslav communist resistance in Vardar Macedonia during World War II. He graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in Yugoslavia, after which he became a commander of the Yugoslav Partisans and was declared a People's Hero of Yugoslavia, on 29 July 1945.

Wikipedia: Mirče Acev (EN)

4. Borka Taleski-Modernoto

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Borka Taleski, or known by the nicknames "Black" or "Modern", is a Macedonian communist, revolutionary, partisan, NSA fighter and folk hero of Yugoslavia from Macedonia. He is the immediate organizer of the uprising against the fascist occupier, which began on 11 October 1941 in Prilep.

Wikipedia: Борка Талески (MK)

5. Lazo Kolevski-Lavski

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Lazo Filipov Kolevski – Lavski is a Macedonian communist, participant in nov. Along with Boro Petrushevski, Kolevski was the first to kill an enemy soldier on 8 September 1941 after macedonia's occupation in World War II. He was declared a folk hero of Yugoslavia on 11 October 1953.

Wikipedia: Лазо Колевски (MK)

6. Krume Volnaroski-Kolja

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Krume Ickov Volnaroski, known as Kole or Kolya, is a Macedonian partisan, a member of the workers' and communist movements between the two world wars, a participant in the NOV and the people's hero of Yugoslavia from Macedonia.

Wikipedia: Круме Волнароски (MK)


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