Prilep

City of Prilep is located in the south of Macedonia, with around 70,000 inhabitants. It lies on the eastern edge of the Prilep field, which is part of the largest basin in Macedonia – Pelagonija, which stretches on what is today Macedonia in the north and Greece in the south. The city itself is situated between the Marko’s Tower and Mount Zelenik in the north, Mount Selechka in the south, in the east there are slight raised cascades formed by the ancient Pelagonija Lake which stretched to the west on what is today  wide open Prilep field. The absolute altitude of the city is around 650 meter.

Prilep

City of Prilep is located in the south of Macedonia, with around 70,000 inhabitants. It lies on the eastern edge of the Prilep field, which is part of the largest basin in Macedonia – Pelagonija, which stretches on what is today Macedonia in the north and Greece in the south. The city itself is situated between the Marko’s Tower and Mount Zelenik in the north, Mount Selechka in the south, in the east there are slight raised cascades formed by the ancient Pelagonija Lake which stretched to the west on what is today  wide open Prilep field. The absolute altitude of the city is around 650 meter.