Maloviste Travel Guide

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Maloviste Things to Do

  • Maloviste to Monastery of St Ana hike

    The Monastery of St Ana (St Anna) is located about 3 km uphill from the village Maloviste. The height difference is about 250 m.There is a marked trail going to the Monastery. This actually is a horse-riding trail, probably the remains of a failed attempt to make Maloviste attractive as an eco-tourism village. However, the trail itself is well...

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  • Monastery of St Ana

    The Monastery complex dedicated to St Ana is about 2.5 km (30-45 minutes) uphill from the village of Maloviste.It can be reached with a pleasant hike through the forest, see here.A man who lives in a house where the asphalt road stops in Maloviste may have the key to the Monastery and/or the church of St Ana. My girlfriend spoke to him (Macedonian...

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  • Water fountain at Monastery of St Ana

    At the Monastery complex of St Ana there is a fountain with clear and cold water.The water is said to have healing powers.We both had pretty bad diarrhea after our visit to the Monastery and re-filling our water bottles with water from this fountain. The water from the fountain more or less was more or less the only food we had in common that...

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  • Church of St Ana

    The church dedicated to St Ana (St Anna) is part of the Monastery complex of St Ana, about 3 km uphill from the village of Maloviste.The church was built in the beginning of the 20th century at the place of a former church. We did a pleasant short hike through the forest to go to the Monastery of St Ana.However, since we did not pay enough...

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  • Church of St Petka

    You cannot miss the Church of St Petka in Maloviste, it is huge, especially for such a small village. Just follow the road uphill from where the asphalt ends.The sign next to the church states:"The cathedral temple dedicated to the protector of the dead, St Petka. It was erected in 1856 on the foundations of an older church, which is believed to...

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  • Church of St Petka (interior)

    These pictures show more more of the Church of St Petka in Maloviste, especially the famous walnut-tree iconostasis from 1892.

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  • How to get to Maloviste

    Have a good look at the map when you go to Maloviste. To us it was not quite clear which road to take after we took the exit to Kazani....On the road from Resen to Bitola, take the exit to Kazani. There you have to make two left turns and go underneath the highway for the road to Maloviste.See the picture!

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  • Church of St George

    About one km before the village of Maloviste there is the Church of St George along the road.On the other side of the road is a spring.It was closed when we were there.

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  • Water point

    This tap would have gone unnoticed if the old women who opened the Church of St Petka had not told us that it was made possible by Constantin Belemace, a Vlach writer from Maloviste.They raised a statue for him next to the tap.

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