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Ohrid SOS short educative video

Погледнете го ова кратко едукативно видео, за зачувување на Охрид како светско наследство и бисер на природата. Видеото е изработено од Еми Тасеска, поддржувачка на граѓанската иницијатива Охрид СОС.
Не ни требаат луксузни плажи! Туристите кои го посетувале Охрид пред 50 години и денес, никогаш не дошле заради квази медитеранските, модерно урбанизирани плажи. Тие од секогаш биле привлечени од комплетната слика на еден стар град, под една преубава планина, до кристално чистото езеро, полно со ендемски свет, опкружено со векови напластена култура и традиција.
Чистината, уникатниот биодиверзитет и природната убавина, е вистинскиот луксуз на Охрид.

Се грижам за Охрид / I care about Ohrid

Take a look at this short educative video about saving Ohrid lake, and preserving it as a world heritage pearl of nature. This video was made by Emi Taseska, supporter of the Ohrid SOS initiative. We do not need luxury beaches! The tourist who visited Ohrid 50 years ago and now, never came because of the …

Macedonian mountains and lakes with mountaineers from: Bosnia&Herzegovina, Croatia + Macedonia

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03-05 October 2015 Climbing Titov vrv 2747 and Magaro peak 2255m with mountaineers from Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatian mountain clubs (Tuzla, Shibenik, Brcko, Odzak i dr.). The trip was organized by the Mountain sports federation of BiH under title "Macedonian mountains and lakes". It was my pleasure to assist this wonderful group, being their leader and guide for most of the time of the trip.
Climbing 2 mountains in 2 National Parks & overlooking 5 lakes in 3 days. Amazing trip recommended for all nature lovers.

Titov Vrv 2747m, Shar mountain. It is the second highest peak in Macedonia after Korab 2764m. The tour we made is rather demanding, climbing over 3 peaks above 2600m (Sin Vrv, Bakardan and Titov Vrv). The tour is long and has many ups and downs, meaning, good physical shape (walking legs) is required.  The way up is between 4-6h depending on the pace and the breaks you take. On the way back we took another trail passing Vakaf valley, which normally take …