»Exploration News
»Exotic Tribes
»Amazing Places
»WildLife & Safari
»Extreme Sports
»Society & Lifestyle

»Party Life
»Beach Life
»Advice & Trends
»Travel Quotes
»Travel Books
»Books & Films
»Music & Dance
»Useful links
»Video Clips

»Consultant Services
»Partner Programme
»Consultant Partners
»Travel Links Partners
»Presentations & Multimedia
»Submission articles
»Jobs & Training
»Win Prize
»Press Room

»Contact us

»Norske artikler
»Ordtak reiser
»Norske reiseguider

»Site map


The Global Travel Guide For Genuine Adventurers!

»Explorers Club
»Photo Gallery
Exploration News

Global travel guide and travel agent! We cover untouched destinations, exotic tribes, mysteries, wildlife, extreme sport, unique expeditions and great discoveries. Be inspired and book your adventure tours here!

Skopje Fortress, Kale, Macedonia - Once a mighty stronghold


Admired the Skopje fortress Kale on Sunday 8th April 2018. Located in the old town of Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. Built on the highest point overlooking the city and Vardar River. Got a fantastic view of the snowcapped montains and the Millennium Cross.

Photo. Skopje fortress Kale on the city`s highest point - a strategic location.

The fortress Kale dominates the skyline of Skopje. It`s possible to view it from almost every place in the city. We took an easy walk up from the Čaršija and from the fortress ramparts we got great view over the city, river and the surroundings. The entrance is up the hill on Samoilova inside a beautiful park.

Assumed to been built in the 6th century AD, Skopje's fortress Kale is the city`s most famous symbol. The fortress is located on a top of a hill on the northern side of the Vardar River, offering a spectacular view over city and beautiful surroundings. The fortress used the high hill as its main protector. The fortress was partially destroyed yet again by an earthquake in 1963 but was not reconstructed until recently. On the top of the hill, Skopje's fortress has kept an watchful eye for centuries.

Inside the ruins, two mini museums were being built at the time for preserving various archaeological finds from neolithic to Ottoman times. 

I really wonder how many stories filled with dramatic, sorrow and joy lie buried beneath the ruined structures, and how dramatic events have changed the course of history.

Stein Morten Lund, 8th April 2018

Share |

Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

See the video HERE

Global travel guide and agent - news, articles and photos from untouched and exciting destinations around the world!
© 2000-2023 Travel Explorations - All rights reserved.
Powered by CustomPublish