The Monastery of St. Jovan Bigorski, founded in 1020, consists of a church, an ossuary, a defence tower, monastery buildings and a newly built visitors' house. Attacked by the Turks in the 16th century, its reconstruction did not begin until 1743. Between 1812 and 1825, the complex was considerably enlarged. The monastery is famous for its carved wooden iconostasis made between 1829 and 1835 and for its icon of St. John the Baptist, which is said to have miraculous properties.
The church of the Most Holy Mother of God is a Macedonian Orthodox church built between 1924 and 1929, date of its consecration. In 2003, the church underwent major restoration work.
The Monastery of St. George the Victorious is a female Orthodox monastery probably founded in the early 14th century, but the present complex was only built in 1835, on the initiative of Archimandrite Arsene of Galichnik. The church was painted and decorated between 1840 and 1852. Closed by the communist government in 1945, the monastery was converted into stables and fell into ruins. In 1999, a religious community resumed its activity.