NUCK Grigor prlicev Ohrid

The NI – Center for Culture “Grigor Prlichev” – Ohrid as organizer and unavoidable factor in the cultural life in Ohrid and its surroundings successfully develops numerous cultural contents that animate the citizens and especially the young generation. Established in the distant 1958 as the House of Culture, an institution for the development and promotion of cultural and artistic and entertainment activities in Ohrid, half a century is an important vital center of numerous movable cultural forms that make cultural unity – a mosaic of cultural events. Most of the cultural forms exist simultaneously at the time in which the institution survives, and many of them respond to the needs of modern times in accordance with contemporary needs, and when asked for the actuality of the spirit of the space, they gave way to new ones that constantly came to life, complemented the old ones or continued as new shapes.

Orevce beach

Orevce beach is small beach located around 13 km from the centre of Ohrid, at the beach complex and campground Gradishte. It is an unique place which welcomes guests from all ages, from young children to elders. At the evenings the beach becomes unique place for parties and other activities up until the early morning. During the Film festival the place will transform in unique cinema where people will get to enjoy films in a relaxed atmosphere.

Established in the distant 1958 as the House of Culture, an institution for the development and promotion of cultural and artistic and entertainment activities in Ohrid, half a century is an important vital center of numerous movable cultural forms that make cultural unity – a mosaic of cultural events. Most of the cultural forms exist simultaneously at the time in which the institution survives, and many of them respond to the needs of modern times in accordance with contemporary needs, and when asked for the actuality of the spirit of the space, they gave way to new ones that constantly came to life, complemented the old ones or continued as new shapes.

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City of Ohrid

The city of the immortal Ohrid is the sublime lakeside point that for many represents the culmination of the Macedonian experience, a kingdom of light and water, a repository of ancient ruins from Macedonia’s earlier kingdoms. Ohrid’s major attractions are all located within a remarkably concentrated and eminently walkable area, among and above the narrow streets of the Old Town lined with restaurants and cafés perfectly suited for relaxing in the cool summer evenings. Ohrid’s many café bars and nightclubs also make for a vibrant nightlife. As for the lake itself, it is so large and so deep that one might mistake it for a small sea. Full range of water sports, fishing andboating is available, and numerous churches alongside Ohrid’s lake shores make for fascinating side trips and walks. The wooded ridge above the lake’s eastern shore is largely taken up by the National Park of Galichica, an unspoiled wilderness ideally suitable for nature enthusiasts. The uniqueness of Lake Ohrid and the city’s historical architecture has been attested by UNESCO, honoring it with an official designation as one of the few places on the cultural institution’s list “World Inheritance”.

Established in the distant 1958 as the House of Culture, an institution for the development and promotion of cultural and artistic and entertainment activities in Ohrid, half a century is an important vital center of numerous movable cultural forms that make cultural unity – a mosaic of cultural events. Most of the cultural forms exist simultaneously at the time in which the institution survives, and many of them respond to the needs of modern times in accordance with contemporary needs, and when asked for the actuality of the spirit of the space, they gave way to new ones that constantly came to life, complemented the old ones or continued as new shapes.

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