Tag Archives: Heritage

The International Foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures Holds a Meeting in Skoplje, FYROM [05-V-2009]

News segment about the meeting of the Forum of Slavic Cultures in Skoplje, which went largely unnoticed by the FYROMian media.

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Ethnic Circumstances in the Area of Povardarje (FYROM) Evidenced by the Medieval Serbs [1282-1392]

Serbs ruled the area of Povardarje (FYROM) and later Macedonia, without Thessaloniki, from late 13th and most of the 14th century. In this video it is explained that there are no Serbian sources from that era mentioning “Macedonians” of present-day Pseudomacedonian type.

Krste Petkov Misirkov: The Founder of Pseudomacedonism Demystified

This video presents a collection of statements by Krste Petkov Misirkov (1874-1926), considered among Pseudomacedonians a pioneer of their modern national idea, which reveal his true ethnicity and his true view on Slavs of present-day FYROM.

Pseudomacedonian Propaganda Revealed: The case of Gojko Subotić’s Interview [28-IV-2009]

FYROMian TV station Sitel falsifies the spoken words of Serbian Byzantologist Gojko Subotić by adding the adjective “македонски (makedonski)” (“Macedonian”) in the subtitle of his statement on medieval Slavic teachers Clement and Naum.

Serbian Scholar Gojko Subotić Confirms the Greek Character of Ohrid Archbishopric in Skoplje [28-IV-2009]

Serbian scholar Gojko Subotić, hosted by MANU*, states that the historical Ohrid Archbishopric had a Greek cultural character.

*”Makedonska Akademija na Naukite i Umetnostite” (“Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences”), highest academic institution of FYROM.

Serbian Cultural Heritage in Southern Serbia [Northern FYROM]

A presentation of the cultural heritage created by Serbs from 1282, when medieval Serbia expanded towards the south and settled some areas, mostly the regions of Polog, Skoplje, Kumanovo, Kratovo and Poreč with Serbs. This slide-show represent a non-exhaustive survey of Serbian medieval manuscripts including the transcripts of Emperor’s Dušan Code (Dušanov Zakonik), coinage, sacral architecture, together with the frescoes and other artistic artifacts, as well as King’s Marko fortress in Prilep.

Images of the Četniks, Serbian liberation fighters acting in the area of today’s FYROM and elsewhere are represented. Their struggle concludes with the triumphant entrance of the Serbian army in Skoplje, city that was a capital of Serbia during the Middle Ages.