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Modernist Architecture of Skopje

Following the devastating earthquake that struck Skopje on 26 July 1963, eighty-eight countries worldwide offered their tremendous human and financial assistance. Skopje suffered a disaster, but it was reconstructed and became the pride of the brotherhood and unity of Yugoslavia at that time and a symbol of global solidarity. After the earthquake, we experienced an architectural expansion and, in a short period, from a city of debris, Skopje transformed into a modern city following all global architectural movements of that time.

Challenge with the interest of people to search and research by themselves this type of architecture, HAEMUS team developed a series of tour inspired by this events.