Several masterpieces of the Macedonian carvers
The iconostasis of St. Spas, -Adam and Eve (a detail) The iconostasis of St. Jovan Bigorski -Adam and Eve (a detail) The analogion of the Monastery Zrze, Prilep
The iconostasis of St. Jovan Bigorski - the self-portrait St. Jovan Bigorski - the baldachin The iconostasis of St. Spas, 1824 - Christ's Birth (a detail)
The iconostasis of the Lesnovo Monastery - central section St. Naum's monastery - the iconostasis (a detail) St. Naum's monastery - Large Cross and Crucifix
St. Naum's monastery - the iconostasis The iconostasis of the Lesnovo Monastery - a detail The iconostasis of St. Jovan Bigorski - The Announcement (a detail)
The throne of St. Clement in Ohrid - a detail The iconostasis of the Lesnovo Monastery - a detail St. Naum's monastery - the iconostasis (a detail)
A carving from the region of Ohrid The Church of the Annunciation - the Episcopal throne St. Giorgi Poloski - Large Cross (a detail)
St. Giorgi Poloski - Large Cross, St. John (a detail) The iconostasis of St. Spas - The Grape Picker (a detail) The church of St. Spas - a kissing icon
The iconostasis of St. Spas - a detail The iconostasis of St. Jovan Bigorski The iconostasis of St. Spas
St. Giorgi Poloski - the candelabrum (a detail) A carving from Ohrid The iconostasis of St. Spas
The Church of the Annunciation - the eagle from the ministerial rostrum Monastery of St. Jovan Bigorski - The Last Supper (a detail) Church of the Annunciation, Prilep - the ministerial rostrum
The iconostasis of St. Spas - a detail St. Clement (a relief icon),XIII century St. Jovan Bigorski - the Episcopal throne
Monastery of St. Jovan Bigorski - Prior's chair The iconostasis of St. Jovan Bigorski - Entrance into Jerusalem (a detail) The iconostasis of St. Jovan Bigorski - Escape into Egypt (a detail)
Monastery of St. Giorgi near Ohrid - the ceremonial door Monastery of St. Bogorodica Kicevska (The Holy Mother of Kicevo) - the ceremonial door Monastery of St. Pantheleimon, Nerezi - the ceremonial door
Monastery of St. Archangel near Skopje - the ceremonial door Monastery of St. Naum - the ceremonial door, 1711 Church of St. Andrew, Matka - the ceremonial door with the Annunciation, XIV century


Numerous masterworks of the carvers can also be seen in the Macedonia Museum Complex.

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