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St. Archangel Michael 12th century Macedonia, Prilep
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In the magnificent granite rock over Prilep’s Varos, St.Archangel Monastery is one of the most beautiful and most significant cultural monuments and religion centers in Macedonia.

Monastery Holy Archangel Michael, Varoš, Prilep, 12th century, renovated in the 19th century.

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