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Memorial House of Mother Teresa, Skopje
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Learn about the life and history of one of the world's most famous figures at Memorial House of Mother Teresa, a free museum dedicated to the Nobel Peace Prize laureate's humanitarian work. Though Albanian by ethnicity, Mother Teresa spent her early years in Skopje, her hometown. Immerse yourself in the museum's series of exhibits, which detail her early years, time in India, and lasting world legacy, and deepen your appreciation for her dedication. View up-close several examples of her personal belongings, including rosary beads, a cross, and a prayer book she hand-wrote herself. Join a free guided tour, offered in English, for more detailed information on certain displays. Put Memorial House of Mother Teresa into our Skopje trip itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Skopje.
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The house is quite interesting from outside, an interesting combination of styles. The inside of the house is plain and simple like Mother Teresa's soul. It is really inspiring to see how many good th... read more »
I am a Protestant and she was a true saint! I was blessed by reading many of her quoted statements. Worth visiting and reading plaques about her, and her words and her deeds.
A museum that shows the lift and times of Mother Theresa. There's a whole room dedicated to her life with actual artifacts which as her sari and her bed. There's also a timeline of her life on the wal... read more »
If you want to know more amout mother Teresa, this is the place to come. You can also use the upper room for a closed event, like a promotion for a book or a discussion and etc.
Nice small memorial museum. If you continue towards the centre you'll find the place where the house was she was born in.
Small memorial house but with nice information. The visits are free!
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Not very popular with locals, but that means usually there is no crowd for foreign tourists.
If there is anything you would like to know about the life and the charity she was doing its the place to see
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