Villa Vodno

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Villa Vodno
General information
Town or city Skopje
Country Republic of Macedonia
Construction started 2004
Completed 2008

Villa Vodno is the official workplace of the President of the Republic of Macedonia. Тhe villa is located in the foothills of Vodno at the southern edge of Skopje. Since 2009, Gjorge Ivanov has been the first president of Macedonia who uses this presidential palace.

In the villa, there are located: the office of the president, working premises of his service and premises for meetings and receptions. The walls in rooms for meetings and receptions are decorated with paintings of famous Macedonian artists. The villa has been visited by many state delegations including: Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Bronisław Komorowski, Viktor Orbán, Ivo Josipović, Filip Vujanović, Valdis Zatlers, Stjepan Mesić, Roman Herzog, Zhelyu Zhelev, Bamir Topi, Tony Blair, Edi Rama, Borut Pahor, Václav Klaus, Kiro Gligorov.

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Coordinates: 41°59′09″N 21°24′50″E / 41.9857°N 21.4140°E / 41.9857; 21.4140