Zovich village, Mariovo - Self-Guided Walking tour

An incredible opportunity to meet the village of Zovikj through an easy hiking tour convenient for the whole family. Discover what makes this village special and why it is one of the most visited locations in Mariovo.

  • Tour Name: Explore village Zovikj

  • Location: Zovikj village, Mariovo, Municipality of Novaci

  • Type of tour: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing cultural tour)

  • Difficulty: Easy

  • Travel Distance: 1.8 km (1 mi)

  • Duration: ~ 1 hour

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Zovikj, Mariovo
Zovich village – Mariovo It is supposed that the village Zovich has existed on this place since the XVI-XVII century. Before that, the village was situated some 500-600 metres further, on a locality called Lenishte. That village had been burned …
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Church Saint Nicholas village Zovikj XIX century
Church Saint Nicholas village Zovikj XIX century The church St. Nicholas in village Zovikj was built in 1862 with the effort made by the local people, as a single-nave church with rectangular base, built of chopped stone and limestone mortar …
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Church Saint Athanasius village Zovikj XVII century
Church Saint Athanasius village Zovikj XVII century The church St. Athanasius in the vicinity of Zovikj is a small single-nave building made of stone and limestone mortar, nowadays covered with red-tiles roof. Listen to Audio https://ruraladventure.mk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/03_en_sv_atanasij_zovich.mp3 Map According to its …
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Marta, Zovich
“Marta” archeological locality – village Zovikj In the archeology, the iron age refers to the appearance of the metallurgy, and the appearance of the iron corresponds with other changes in some cultures from the past, often with more sophisticated agricultural …
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Stone Bridge village Zovikj
Stone Bridge village Zovich, Mariovo Built of chopped stone blocks, the Stone bridge in the village Zovich is a recognizable symbol in the region of Mariovo. On this place, there was a wooden bridge which broke from the loaded carriage …
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