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Explorations of Bylazora, a city from the period of early classic antiquity, located near the village Knezhje which is part of the municipality of Sveti Nikole in Macedonia, are continually under way.
The city is undoubtedly the biggest and the most important Paeonian city.
This year, the quintessential object of the city-the Ruler's Palace will be explored and the results should complete the story and satisfy the curiosity of the archaeologists and historians.
Explorations of this area first started in 1976 by professor Dr. After a few years of neglect, about 10 years ago, the American explorer William Neidinger and Eulah Matthews from the Texas Foundation for Archaeological & Historical Research registered the first palace elements.
In 2013, professor Dragi Mitrevski started his explorations and began unveiling the early antiquity story of a city that used to be full of life and most probably the capital of the ancient Paeonians.
Easily Accessible for Tourists This archaeological site has the potential to become a tourist attraction due to its history and because of its accessibility.
"Macedonia has many archaeological sites, like Scupi, Stobi, and Heraclea, but those are cities dating from Roman times.
The Romans conquered Macedonia in 168 BC and turned it into a province.