North Macedonia: Prilep

Prilep is the fourth largest city in Northern Macedonia, which is not saying much since it is inly 66K people. It’s an old city dating to the 11th century, and was actually part of Bulgaria in the 19th century. The famous attraction here is the Clock Tower, somewhat leaning, and the main Alexandria Square named after Alexander the Great. Just next to the Clock Tower is a ruined Charshi Mosque. Prilep is also the center of tobacco industry in the country, responsible for 40% of all the tobacco production in the North Maceonia.