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  Macedonia FAQ: Ohrid
The ancient city of Ohrid, situated along the coast of the magnificent Lake Ohrid, is undoubtedly the most beautiful and most attractive Macedonian town, a pearl of old architecture and a treasury of valuable cultural and historical monuments.
Ohrid could literally be called a city-museum - another typical mixture of the western and the oriental, a city with special architecture, and modern, luxurious tourist facilities.
The cathedral was the seat of the Archbishopric of Ohrid for several centuries and is the oldest surviving church in Ohrid.
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  YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> de:Ohrid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The contemporary city of Ohrid is a descendant of the antique town of Lychnidos.
The Byzantine conquest of the city in 1018, however, led to downgrading of the Patriarchate to an Archbishopric and to its placement under the authority of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.
By the end of 19th century Ohrid had 2409 houses with 11900 inhabitants out of which 45% were Muslim while the rest was mainly Orthodox Christian.
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 Bulgarian Castles - history, location, pictures, layouts, legends
Though it is usually attributed to Saint Clement of Ohrid, disciple of Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius from Bulgarian Macedonia, the alphabet is more likely to have developed at the Preslav Literary School in north-eastern Bulgaria, where the oldest Cyrillic inscriptions have been found, dating back to the 940s.
The theory is supported by the fact that the Cyrillic alphabet almost completely replaced the Glagolitic in north-eastern Bulgaria as early as the end of the tenth century, whereas the Ohrid Literary School—where Saint Clement worked—continued to use the Glagolitic until the twelfth century.
Ohrid, Pliska and later also the new Bulgarian capital Great Preslav, became centres not only of Bulgarian but also of slavic culture.
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 Ohrid information information - Search.com
Ohrid is a city on the eastern shore of Lake Ohrid in western Republic of Macedonia.
It is the capital of the Ohrid district.
From 990 to 1018 Ohrid was the seat of the Bulgarian Patriarchate.
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 Topic PHYTOTHERAPY
At the end of the 9th century and the beginning of the 10th century, due to the activity of Climent and Naum Ohridski, Ohrid was the oldest cultural temple in the world of the Slovenes.
This church, which was originally the synod church of the Ohrid Archbishop, and later converted to a mosque, has preserved in its interior the traces of several time-periods: frescoes from the 11th, 12th, 13th century, which represent some of the most significant achievements in the Byzantine painting of that time.
Two bronze statues are kept in the Ohrid Museum, one of them a loakon variant, the other one, a naked female figure with horns in her forehead horns, representing Pana.
www.epsasu.org.mk /ohrid.htm   (1660 words)

  
 Macedonia-the First Neighboar of the SOG 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Ohrid Lake was born even before the mankind, in the period of tectonic movements of the soil.
The hotel is 4 km from the center of Ohrid, at the foot of Galicica mountain, at the Lake shore, at sea level of nearly 700 m.
The Desaret complex is situated on the shore of Ohrid Lake, at the end of the fishing settlement of Peshtani area, and on the road to the monastery St. Naum.
www.athens2004-mk.gov.mk /Macedonia_Ohrid.htm   (936 words)

  
 Base Sant Climent d'Ohrid - Viquipèdia
Sant Climent d'Ohrid (en búlgar Свети Климент Охридски, Sveti Kliment Ohridski) (62°38′29″ latitud sud, 60°21′53″ longitud oest) és la base búlgara de l'illa Livingston, a les illes Shetland del Sud (Antàrtida).
La base es va anomenar en honor a sant Climent d'Ohrid (840-916), un científic prominent i el primer bisbe búlgar, que va treballar per al rei Borís I de Bulgària.
Sant Climent d'Ohrid és utilitzada pels científics de Bulgària i molts altres estats per a la recerca en les àrees de geologia, biologia, glaciologia, topografia i informació geogràfica.
ca.wikipedia.org /wiki/Base_Sant_Climent_d'Ohrid#P.C3.A0gines_relacionades   (542 words)

  
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In the Ottoman state the archbishops of Ohrid, particularly in the 17th and 18th centuries, took on the role of popular leaders in the movement for liberation, carrying on talks, predominantly with Austria, concerning the formation of a state for the captive Christians, primarily the Macedonians.
In 1767, the financial difficulties of the Archbishopric of Ohrid were used as a pretext and it was discontinued by agreement of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and the Ottoman authorities.
Cyril and Methodius, St. Clement of Ohrid, one of the founders of Slavonic culture and literacy.
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 Macedonia - Land of Altars and Sacedness
Climent, their most gifted disciple, who was Bishop of Dremvica and Velika diocese is regarded as the founder of Archbishopric of Ohrid - the Macedonian people's church, and St. Naum as the organizer of the monastic life in Macedonia.
A renown Ohrid School - the first university in the Balkans and the wider area - was organized at the times.
Still, it was only two centuries later, in 1967, that the ancient Archbishopric of Ohrid was restored in the appearance of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, as a church of the Macedonian Orthodox people.
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 Ohrid Apartments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Come to Macedonia, come to Ohrid, the eternal city with it's rich history and the mixture of the modern and the traditional, living for more than two thousand and four hundered years...
Ohrid presents all of the Macedonian culture in one place and Episcopal centre in antic times.
Ohrid and Ohrid Lake present the world natural and cultural heritage that's protected by UNESCO since 1980.
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 FRAMA Travel Agency [ About Macedonia ]
Ohrid Lake the cities of Ohrid and Struga and several fishing villages are pleasant summer resorts.
With its unique flora and fauna its own endemic world, Lake Ohrid is a real natural museum, one of most significant in Europe and in the world.
Pick up from the hotel and drive to Ohrid harbour from where the tour will proceed on foot through the of part of the city - rich in culture and tradition.
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 GUMNO-PLAST_Ohrid
Ohrid is one of the most developed touristic centers in the Republic of Macedonia, with modern touristic objects,with an international fame.
In the IX-th century from Ohrid the Cristianity has been spread among the southern Slavs, and later the towns was a residency of the Ohrid archibishops.
At the same time the Ohrid painting school has been formed; the icons of that time near the lake of Ohrid have a great importance.
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 TA Portal Travel Service, Skopje, Macedonia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Their center was at the village Trebenishte, some 12 kilometers to the north of modern Ohrid.
Near by the town of Struga, again on the shore of the lake, to the west of Ohrid, on the road between the villages Delagozda and Djeppin, as well as near the village of Radolishta, another group of “wealthy” tombs dated to the Archaic period were found.
Ohrid is a relatively well-developed tourist center, with plenty of accommodation offers and an airport.
www.portal-travel.com.mk /archaeological-sites.htm   (2079 words)

  
 st. climent- Ohrid, FYR of Macedonia - VirtualTourist.com
Of all the churches in Ohrid, the church of St. Clement is reknowned for its amazing frescoes.
Some of the more famous frescoes include the three saints of St. Nikola, St. Clement of Ohrid, and St. Konstantin Kavasila, the Biblical pictures like the wedding of Mary and Josef, and the "pieta", the grief of Christ's death.
This is the newest church in Ohrid, completed in 2002, but retains traditional architectural styles and is located on the historical site of the old church.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/FYR_of_Macedonia/Opstina_Ohrid/Ohrid-452289/Things_To_Do-Ohrid-st_climent-BR-1.html   (727 words)

  
 Bulgarian alphabet | Bulgaria
It was their disciple Saint Climent, the Bulgarian archbishop of the town of Ohrid, who invented the simpler Cyrillic alphabet and named it in honor of his teacher.
Until that time St. Climent's original Cyrillic alphabet, containing 44 letters for 44 sounds, had been used; however, by the 19th century the Bulgarian sound system had changed dramatically and contained fewer sounds.
That necessitated an alphabet reform which reduced the number of letters used from 44 to 32; this modified alphabet was used until the Orthographic reform of 1945.
www.kirildouhalov.net /language/alphabet.html   (486 words)

  
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The alphabet and the Old Bulgarian language gave rise to a rich literary and cultural activity centered around the Preslav and Ohrid Literary Schools, established by order of Boris I in 886.
According to an alternative theory, the alphabet was devised at the Ohrid Literary School
by Saint Climent of Ohrid, a Bulgarian scholar and disciple of Cyril and Methodius.
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 Grapes Unlimited
Climent of Ohrid (†896), a disciple of Cyril and Methodius, established at the end of the 9th century
a Bulgarian school in Ohrid that included both theological and other subjects.
Ohridski, who is buried in the St. Climent monastery in Ohrid.
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 BNR Radio Bulgaria History and Religion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
On the occasion of the holiday of Saint Climent of Ohrid on November 25th the National Museum of History displayed the only medieval icon with his image, preserved in this country.
Saint Climent of Ohrid is an eminent figure in the Bulgarian spiritual history.
It is a well known fact that 3500 Bulgarian boys were educated in his school, where he not only prepared future spiritual leaders of the nation but also future teachers and enlighteners.
www.bnr.bg /RadioBulgaria/Emission_English/Theme_History_And_Religion/Material/iconKlOhrid.htm   (4173 words)

  
 4, May-2002.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Non-Albanians from the villages of Matejche, Opae, Ropaljce and Dumanovce, who now live in Kumanovo as refugees, organized a press conference, informing the journalists that May 3 2001 meant beggining of the torment for Orthodox Christians from Lipkovo region.
Having in mind this "fragile situation," the Archpriest Synod calls all Macedonian parties "to act as builders of the Macedonian unity, because that is one of the conditions for the future survival of the Macedonian nation, state and Church."
The Synod reminds that this year's Easter is even greater due to the 35th anniversary since the re-establishment of the Ohrid Archbishopcy through the Macedonian Orthodox Church.
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 Gypsy Journal - Ohrid - Moj Roden Kraj?
There is a popular traditional song in Macedonia titled "Bitola, Moj Roden Kraj", which loosely translated means "my birthplace." I've not been to Bitola [yet], but MY choice would be Ohrid.
Sveti Jovan Kaneo is best known as the church that appears in the film Before the Rain.
It is situated a short [uphill] walk from the center of Ohrid and occupies a bluff that commands sweeping view of the lake.
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 Michael Jackson's Area: Bulgaria/History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 Ohrid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A trip to Macedonia is not complete without seeing Lake Ohrid.
Below: The usual culprits against the background of Lake Ohrid.
Below: The town of Ohrid from near Kaneo looking towards Sveti Climent.
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 History of Bulgaria
Missionaries from Constantinople, Cyril and Methodius, devised the Glagolitic alphabet, adopted in the Bulgarian Empire around 886.
The alphabet and the Old Church Slavonic language gave rise to a rich literary and cultural activity centered around the Preslav and Ohrid Literary Schools, established by order of Boris I in 886.
A pious monk of Sofia, St John of Rila (Ivan Rilski, 876-946), became the patron saint of Bulgaria.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
They also demanded one-year moratorium on pension and health taxes, tax-exemptions, issuing of a program for social protection, and financial aid of agricultural workers, damaged by draught.
CEREMONY ON ST.CLIMENT DAY The Day of St.Climent of Ohrid, the patron of the Macedonian Orthodox Church and the Macedonian people, was duly celebrated with holly services, in all temples of the Macedonian Church.
The newly appointed Head of MPC, Bishop of Ohrid and of Macedonia Father Mihail, was also introduced in the throne of the Orthodox Cathedral "St.Climent of Ohrid", in Skopje.
www.b-info.com /places/Macedonia/republic/news/93-12/93-12-09.mil   (3947 words)

  
 Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Eastern America - 2005 Archives
On two occasions the Hermitage parish choir sang the responses at the liturgy and in May the small community, humbly celebrated their Slava, the Transfer of the Relics of St. Bishop Nikolai of Zicha and Ohrid.
Following the lecture a bus took all the clergy to the neighboring St. Sava Monastery in Libertyville where they were greeted by His Eminence Metropolitan Christopher.
Metropolitan welcomed the clergy to the monastery, spoke of the future plans of the monastery and the achievements and plans for the St. Sava School of Theology and then joined the clergy for the Akathist to Holy Bishop Nikolaj of Zicha and Ohrid.
www.easterndiocese.org /2005archives.html   (13203 words)

  
  I'll Fight for Restoration of Paid Education -   Standart / Стандaрт   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
He graduated in Polish studies at the Jagiellon University in Krakow.
He has been appointed as a lecturer at the Sofia University saint Climent of Ohrid since 1969.
He is the author of three monographies, more than 300 articles and studies, 15 books of fiction with The Garden of Uncle Bloom, Crying Eyes, The Saturnian Ring, Sweet Nothing among them, as well as scripts for feature films.
www.standartnews.com /archive/2003/07/18/english/interview   (546 words)

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