1st South East European Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems - SEE SDEWES Ohrid 2014

29 June - 3 July, 2014,  Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia
The local organizing committee wishes to thank all participants for a very successfull conference!

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Disclaimer: The exact itinerary of the technical excursion is pending on the number of interested participants and the availability.

July 3, 2014
Technical excursion day


The aim of this tour is to demonstrate the leading fossil resources representing the thermo energetic potential for the development of a national power sector, and to discover the ancient archeological landmarks of Macedonia.

The trip will commence with the visit to The Mining Power Complex Bitola. The plant, which basic activity is the production of electricity and coal, is the biggest and most impressive in the system of the Macedonian Industry.

The trip will continue with a short stay in the second biggest city in Macedonia, the town of Bitola. It is a grand old town that still bears the marks of its turn-of-the-century importance being a center of diplomacy. At the same time it exemplifies the country’s time-honored coffee culture. Thus, it will be very convenient location for a small break and leisure activities along the pedestrian street Shirok Sokak – the place where people take regular day breaks and head off to one of the numerous Bitola cafés. The next destination to visit is the Institute and Museum of Bitola which main goal is the protection, systematization, scientific processing and presentation of the cultural legacy of municipality of Bitola.

The trip will conclude with a visit to the archeological site Heraclea Lyncestis, founded in the 4th century B.C on the Via Egnatia road. Famous for its dazzling mosaics, ancient theater and Roman baths, Heraclea is the most vividly preserved city from the surviving Ancient Macedonian Empire in the country.