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Ljiljana Hristova

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APA 6th Edition
Hristova, Lj. (1988). VISUAL ARTS IN BITOLA, 1880-1918. Peristil, 31-32 (1), 181-184. Retrieved from
MLA 8th Edition
Hristova, Ljiljana. "VISUAL ARTS IN BITOLA, 1880-1918." Peristil, vol. 31-32, no. 1, 1988, pp. 181-184. Accessed 22 Sep. 2021.
Chicago 17th Edition
Hristova, Ljiljana. "VISUAL ARTS IN BITOLA, 1880-1918." Peristil 31-32, no. 1 (1988): 181-184.
Hristova, Lj. (1988). 'VISUAL ARTS IN BITOLA, 1880-1918', Peristil, 31-32(1), pp. 181-184. Available at: (Accessed 22 September 2021)
Hristova Lj. VISUAL ARTS IN BITOLA, 1880-1918. Peristil [Internet]. 1988 [cited 2021 September 22];31-32(1):181-184. Available from:
Lj. Hristova, "VISUAL ARTS IN BITOLA, 1880-1918", Peristil, vol.31-32, no. 1, pp. 181-184, 1988. [Online]. Available: [Accessed: 22 September 2021]

In the second half of the 19th centurv, Bitola ivas a
significa»t econo>nic, cultural, mili tary-strategic and political
center in Balkan, ui t h an autochthonous character in
terms of hi story, architecture, visual avts and esthetics.
Fro>n the architectural point of vicu >, buildings of the so-ca/
led Balkan fo/k architecture and of the so-cal!e architecture nare present. Inf luences of the West European
eclecticism and of o t her neo-styles penetrated indivectly,
i>ia Solun.
u"ere also taken over in painting. Rea/is>n ii'as adopted as a
n>ethod to elim>»ate the religious iconographic feature fro>n
After Balkan Wars (1913), the significance of Bitola
declined >'apidly, and af ter 1918 it has almost co>np/ete/y
/ost its previously outstanding cultural and social place.

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