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In the old town Skopje (Čaršija) you will find one of the largest outdoor markets in Europe, the Bit Pazar. Dating back to the 14th century, this marled is still thriving and busier than ever. Whether you're looking for clothes, fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, clothes, iron mongers, kitchen implements, herbs or anything from soup to nuts - you will find it here. The sights and smells of this market make for a delightful stroll through it's plethora of stalls, even if you are just looking. One cannot miss the Bit Pazar when visiting Skopje, Macedonia. My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/eurocookingcanuk/
Another walk through the market in Skopje, Macedonia
Also known as the flea-market. A wonderful street market which tons of produce and great atmosphere. Preserve your local markets! Read all about it on our Macedonia Blog: http://macedonia.for91days.com/skopjes-bit-pazar/ Download our Macedonia Travel Book here: http://macedonia.for91days.com/for-91-days-in-macedonia-the-e-book
After armed protesters stormed Macedonia's parliament, tensions have been running high. Many young Macedonians accuse the dominant nationalist party of corruption and power abuse. They're organizing an opposition of their own. _______ Subscribe to DW Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW39zufHfsuGgpLviKh297Q?sub_confirmation=1# For more information visit: https://www.dw.com/documentaries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dw.stories
Increasing Market Employability (IME) is a programme of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) that is implemented by the lead partner Swisscontact, with the assistance of a local sub-contractor PREDA Plus. The goal of the programme is that more working age women and men, in particular young, are engaged in sustainable, decent employment or self employment and/or are earning higher incomes. The expected key results of the programme is to create more than 2,000 jobs (direct and indirect) and increase the net income of more than 1,000 SMEs by 1.5 Million Euros over a period of 4 years.
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com Most of the food eaten during this trip through Macedonia, Bulgaria and Northern Greece can be referred to as "Mediterranean Cuisine" and other than different spellings in the three areas, can be eaten around the World. For example: Borek or Burek, a family of baked or fried filled pastries; Cevapi/cevapcici, a grilled type of kebab; gyros; ouzo and raki; dolmades (stuffed grape leaves and stuffed with meat or vegetables); "Greek" salad, Shopska salad (with white cheese), and so on. A few other dishes were specific to an area: Tavce gravce and Turli tavs in Macedonia; and the beyond delicious Bougatsa made with Phyllo dough and filled with cream in Greece. Needless to say, we ate very well on a very small budget! Are you ready for seven minutes of food? Yu...
http://www.bicycletouringpro.com After you leave the center of Skopje, Macedonia and cross the old stone bridge, you will find yourself in the city's Turkish quarter, where old world shops filled with jewelry, clothing, food and black market goods are being sold by hundreds of men, women, children, and street-side vendors. This is video from a quick run through of the old bazaar. Sorry for the shaky camera. I was walking, trying to hide the video camera, and protect myself from pick pockets all at the same time. More pictures, video, and stories from my travels in Macedonia (and the rest of Europe) can be found at http://www.bicycletouringpro.com
Simply Southern Sides, based in Macedonia, is experiencing market success as a manufacturer of fully cooked and seasoned boil-in-a-bag side dishes. Offering southern-style comfort food, the company is in the process of expanding. Friday, March 18, 2011 broadcast. Visit NEOtropolis online at http://NEOtropolis.org/ Funding for NEOtropolis has been provided by The Burton D. Morgan Foundation, Dominion Foundation, First Place Bank, JumpStart Inc., NorTech and Youngstown Business Incubator.
I explore Skopje, walking around the city centre, sampling its many statues and famous bridges, before heading outside the city to find an amazing aqueduct, followed by a trip to its thriving Old Bazaar. ► SUPPORT ME ►►► https://www.patreon.com/jasonbillamtravel/ Check out my travel vlogs from other countries: ► BULGARIA VLOGS 🇧🇬 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU1CGwpSU-osTSFVKlnvSPizkVcX3DLu0 ► ROMANIA VLOGS 🇷🇴 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU1CGwpSU-ouw0FpiiAPdyuFtdOoTdgiB ► HUNGARY VLOGS 🇭🇺 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU1CGwpSU-os61_4-gMftlLz5UzRUYAX7 ► CHINA VLOGS 🇨🇳 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU1CGwpSU-osJxxSwYFAyUSN0Ysrv11Ny ► INSTAGRAM ►►► https://www.instagram.com/jason_billam/ ► SUBSCRIBE ►►► https://www.youtube.com/c/JasonBillam
Street food in Macedonia is most popular at night, and in the morning. As a rule, most Macedonian dishes are slow cooked, but we do have our selection of favorite yummy things to grab on the go, or while out with friends, or simply sitting in a café. These clips were shot during one of my annual visits - this time in August 2016. Enjoy!
European Jazz Consensus was a international jazz fusion group formed by Lala Kovacev in 1977. This is track 2 from their first album "Morning Rise", released in 1977 under German "EGO Records" label that was active in the late seventies (EGO 4006). Album was produced by Joe Haider. European Jazz Consensus personnel: Alto Saxophone -- Alan Skidmore Tenor Saxophone -- Gerd Dudek Double Bass -- Adelhard Roidinger Drums -- Branislav Lala Kovacev Please support this great music and it's label by visiting the official websites: http://www.jazzlists.com/SJ_Label_Ego.htm http://en.lalakovacev.com/morning-rise