Phillip II of Macedon
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Walther von der Vogelweide
Pescina, Italia10 343 bidrag
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jan. 2024 • Venner
Another imposing statue beyond the Vardar river which can already be admired in its majesty from the stone bridge. Particular is the position assumed by the leader with the fist of his right hand closed.
Skrevet 16. januar 2024
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investigator64
Ivanovo, Russland42 407 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Par
If anyone doesn’t know, I hasten to inform you that in 2010, the city authorities of the capital of North Macedonia - Skopje - started the urban mega-project “Skopje 2014”. According to the organizers, within its framework the historical center of the city was supposed to “grow” with a whole “heap” of architectural and sculpture monuments (according to the most conservative estimates - about 20 buildings and more than 40 monuments).
And so, to the delight of the tourist people, in May 2012, on the “Karposhovo Uprising” square (named in honor of the legendary Macedonian rebel Petar Karpos and his uprising of 1689), on the left bank of the Vardar, a tall giant monument to a certain ancient warrior was inaugurated almost immediately they did not fail to call it a monument to Philip II of Macedon, the king of Macedonia from the Argead dynasty, who ruled in the 4th century BC, the creator of the legendary strong army, which included an infantry phalanx and hetaira cavalry.
In principle, all the signs of the authenticity of the “name” of the monument are “obvious,” as they say. Firstly, there is a certain portrait resemblance of the statue to the Macedonian ruler (you probably saw his bust - a Roman copy of the Greek original, stored in the New York Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen?). Secondly, attire and weapons: a tunic belted with a slouch (with short sleeves), a chlamys (cloak), sandals laced with straps.
On the left hip is a short sword (probably a xiphos) in a sheath. Thirdly, on the lower tier (where the two “kings of beasts” recline) we see a cute family composition: dad, mom and child. As you understand, this is a direct allusion to a happy family: King Philip II, his wife Olympia (or Olympias) of Epirus and little Alexander, the same future Macedonian... By the way, about the lions: this beast was a symbolic figure for ancient Macedonia and a heraldic animals of medieval Macedonia.
Well, you understand... Oooooh, what started here!!! The Greeks, who had long and firmly “usurped” all the ancient Macedonian brands - starting with Philip II himself and ending with his legendary son - cried out at a very high level that, supposedly, the former Yugoslav Macedonians (in general) and the Skopjeans (in particular) were encroaching on the holy saints - the history of ANCIENT GREECE!!!
They say that Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great were HELLENES, and today's Macedonians have nothing to do with them ethnically. In principle, there is a “grain of truth” here: the Macedonians are indeed the descendants of the ancient Bulgarians, who came to these lands at the turn of the 6th-7th centuries as part of the general migration of the southern Slavs and over the past centuries mixed well with the Serbs.
In general, the North Macedonians thought about it and officially named the monument “Warrior so pridruzhni elementi” (“Warrior with accompanying elements”) or simply “Warrior”). However, this is an “open secret”: everyone knows perfectly well that this is a monument to Philip II of Macedon. By the way, this is exactly how it is marked on Google maps. Well, the Greeks pretend that they don’t know what everyone knows... About the monument.
Its total height is 29 meters (the 13-meter sculpture stands on a 16-meter pedestal). Bronze Philip looks towards Vardar, right at the monument to his great son Alexander, rising on the opposite bank of the river. The right hand is clenched into a fist and raised up, the left hand squeezes the hilt of the sword... The author of the composition is local sculptor Valentina Karanfilova-Stevanovska. Do not miss!!!
Skrevet 4. desember 2023
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jordanellie41
Longridge, UK1 074 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Alene
This monument stands a stones throw from the Stone Bridge and dwarfs the whole square it stands in. It looks like it's supposed to be set in a large fountain , but as everything else of this nature in Skopje, it doesn't work. The monument itself is vast and stands at the peak of a bulbous pillar. Halfway up it there's some armed guards protecting Phillip along with other large sculptures of a family and lions. It's worth going to see
Skrevet 2. desember 2023
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okt. 2023 • Par
All the faces depicted in the statues are ancient Macedonian Greeks. They have no historical continuity with the current population of Skopje. Philip and Alexander the Great were born and lived in Greece in the area of ancient Pella. It is wrong to falsify history.
Skrevet 28. oktober 2023
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Bergamo, Italia118 856 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Par
After passing the stone bridge going towards the bazaar, in a square that contrasts with the one where the statue of his son is, there is the monument to Philip II, standing on a column. They are both modern statues part of the renovation of the center of Skopje which has many references to ancient and more recent local history. Artistically nothing sublime but part of an impressive sight.
Skrevet 8. oktober 2023
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Coryy20
Port of Spain, Trinidad6 373 bidrag
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des. 2022 • Alene
This statue is located just before who entrance to to Old city. It is above the statues of the fountain of the Mothers. Another gorgeous statue of The statue of Filip 11 the father of Alexander the great, standing proud and waving. Another must-see statue.
Skrevet 29. august 2023
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Pavol Cvicela
Zwickau, Tyskland94 431 bidrag
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apr. 2023
Brunnen Statue von Philipp II. – ist ein schöner, historischer Wasserspringbrunnen mit Statuen dieser Mann, der sich auf dem Weg vom Stadtzentrum zum Alter Basar befindet.
Skrevet 20. mai 2023
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celavac2011
Beograd, Serbia29 bidrag
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mai 2022
Veliki spomenik , lepo izradjen sa mnogo detalja koji ocaravaju . malo ga je tesko bilo slikati a i slikati se sa njim jos teze .
Skrevet 20. juli 2022
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Thomas K
København, Danmark1 272 bidrag
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apr. 2022 • Alene
Very large statue of Phillip of Macedon, the statue is big and serve as a landmark of the city. The statue has a very good location near the bazar and close to lots of shopping and restaurants
Skrevet 20. april 2022
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El Liron Salvaje
Bucharest242 bidrag
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jan. 2022
Initially this was The Warrior and later on identified as Phillip II. All in all it's a beautiful and impressive statue in the city center of Skopje, worth seeing.
Skrevet 3. januar 2022
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