Havzi Pasha hospices

Historical Attractions

Historical Attractions

Havzi Pasha hospices

A complex of lodgings in the village of Bardovci near Skopje. It was built on the Havzi Pasha chipboard between 1830 and 1845. The complex consists of three sections of buildings and courtyards with stone walls, reinforced with eight defensive towers.

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A complex of lodgings in the village of Bardovci near Skopje. It was built on the Havzi Pasha chipboard between 1830 and 1845. The complex consists of three sections of buildings and courtyards with stone walls, reinforced with eight defensive towers. In the central courtyard there is a salamak where Havzi Pasha lived with the male part of the family. On the east side was the harem with the female courtyard which housed a kitchen and utility building.

Between the two lodgings is a treasure trove for storing treasure and a pasha’s weapon, tied to a wooden bridge. The bottom line is about economics, with horse riding and water. Both huts are symmetrical with ground floor and floor. The interiors of the buildings were decorated with colored wall decoration and carved ceilings.

Did You Know?

Fact #1

After Macedonia was liberated from the Turks’ sway in the early 20th century, it became a Republic of the Yugoslav Federation with Skopje as its capital.

Fact #2

The city had changed its name four times throughout the centuries, being called Skupi (13 year B.C), Justinijana Prima (5th, 6th century), Skopje (7th century) and Ushkup (14th century).

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