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St. Panteleimon, built in 1164, Nerezi, Skopje
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In the village of Gorno Nerezi, on the slopes of the mountain Vodno, positioned on an protruded terrace that offers a panoramic view to the town of Skopje, one of the most important cultural and historic monuments is located. Its artistic value and importance go beyond the borders of our country. 

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