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Macedonia Square (Plostad Makedonija)
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The Stone Bridge rises magnificently over the river Vardar in the central part of Skopje, the capital of Macedonia. The bridge connects the old and the new part of the city, and is the primary element of the daily communication of its inhabitants and visitors. There is no visitor who visited Skopje and did not walk over it. The bridge connection the two part of Skopje not only physically, but also with time. All important events throughout history and all the events of today take place on it.

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