A new study suggests that Royal Tomb I—and not the more famous Royal Tomb II—is the final resting place of King Philip II, the powerful father of Alexander the Great, a claim backed by some very compelling evidence.
Fifty years ago, Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, was hit by a huge earthquake that flattened the city. Two years later, Japanese architect Kenzo Tange won a competition to design the new city center. And his influence on the city's retrofuturistic look is still apparent decades later.
Say Hello to Marko Calasan. He's nine years old and lives in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. He's also Microsoft Certified four times over and working on his fifth certificate. (And he prefers Bing.)