Galičnik (Macedonian: Галичник) is a mountain village in the Republic of Macedonia and along with Lazaropole is one of the two biggest Miyak villages in the region. Galičnik has well preserved traditional architecture, including an amphitheater in the village square and is famous by its countryside and nature reserve. People from Galičnik and northwestern Macedonia appreciate the yellow cheese kaškaval that is produced in the region as well as the local salt brine white cheese "belo sirenje".
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Pablo25 (3184) 2009-07-16 7:50
beautiful view on this mountain village. Interesting architecture of the houses. Good colors and light.
Buin (42350) 2009-07-16 10:50
This must be a place to feel good. It's interesting how much there's aroud all the houses. This green landscape is really inviting. I like the "diagonal view" of the village here. Really a beautiful place ...
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jrodtx (6) 2009-07-25 15:37
Stunning Balkan hillside village. I love these places. I imagine these Christian Slavic mountain dwellers were simple folk yet they managed to have an aesthetic taste which far surpasses Western sensibilities in the post-modern day and age..
- Copyright: Dragan Ancevski (ancevski) (3358)
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- Date Taken: 2009-05-25
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