Radolišta

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Radolišta
Радолишта
Ladorisht
Village
Radolišta is located in Republic of Macedonia
Radolišta
Radolišta
Location within Macedonia
Coordinates: 41°9′51″N 20°37′23″E / 41.16417°N 20.62306°E / 41.16417; 20.62306Coordinates: 41°9′51″N 20°37′23″E / 41.16417°N 20.62306°E / 41.16417; 20.62306
Country  Macedonia
Municipality Struga Municipality
Population
 • Total 3,119
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 6333
Area code(s) +389
Car plates SU

Radolišta (Macedonian: Радолишта; Albanian: Ladorisht) is a village in the Republic of Macedonia, part of the Struga Municipality in the southwestern region.

Geography[edit]

This village is located in the southwest of Struga Municipality, at the foot of the Jablanica mountain range. The village is in hilly-mountain altitude of 700–820 m (2,297–2,690 ft) above sea level.

History[edit]

For deep roots in the history of this place speak:

- Traces of residence Radolišta located in the eastern part of the village
- Bazilika paleochristian - that belongs to the Illyrian tribes (5th century)
- Necropolis (7th-8th centuries)
View of the lower part of town. In the background, Lake Ohrid and Galičica -mountain. Struga in left side and village Kališta in right

Culture[edit]

In village cultural life is organized and sports activities through the football club 'Flamurtari (progress) and SHKA Valët e Liqenit (Lake waves) are represented in as many festivals as well as being honoured with the outside of many awards and praise. Radolišta also are rooted in cultural heritage as Ura e gurit OPALE (Stone bridge OPALE).

Demography[edit]

Radolišta is one of the largest villages in the region of Struga with more than 800 houses. The vast majority of the population is Albanian and adhere to Islam. According to the 2002 census, it had 3,119 inhabitants, of which:

Ethnicity Total
Albanians 3,085[1]
Other 34


Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Macedonian) (English) National census of Macedonia, 2002

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