Stip is the largest city in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia. Located at the intersection of the Lakavica, Ovce Pole, and Kocani valleys, it exists as a settlement for at least 2000 years, and as of 2002, it had a population of 43,625. Two rivers pass through Stip, Bregalnica which is the second largest in Republic of Macedonia and Otinja which bisects the city centre and around which the Quay of Otinja is built.

The hill Issar with it's early medieval fortress on top, dominates the city, and provides for the common reference as "The city under the Issar". Stip has rich history and monuments like ancient cities Bargala and Astibo, churches St. Georgi, St. Archangel MiGallery of icons . Characteristically for the city from the ottoman period are clock tower, bezisten, Husa - medin pashina mosque Kadin ana mosque and Kjucuk Emir Sultan Bridge.

City museum has rich exhibition with many artefacts. Kezovica spa is big potential for tourism. Goce Delcev, famous revolutionary was teacher in Stip. Here is happened festival of music Makfest in October every year.

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