Čaška (Чашка, Chashka)

 

Caska - village and seat of the eponymous Municipality of Caska on the right side of the river Topolka, near the town of Veles. Caska is a flat village and lies at an altitude of 240 meters, on the right side of the river Topolka. It is 13 km away from the city of Veles and is a railway station on the railway Veles - Prilep - Bitola.

 

History

The development of Caska begins at the time of the construction of the railway Veles - Prilep - Bitola in the thirties of the twentieth century.

The village developed more after the Second World War, when due to its specific location and proximity to the city of Veles, a large number of inhabitants from the surrounding villages settled there. During the sixties and seventies of the twentieth century in the village were built most of the infrastructural and commercial buildings.

 

Destinations

There is an eight-year primary school, a church, a post office, an ambulance and a veterinary station in the village. There is also a monument dedicated to the National Liberation War.

Church "St. Clement of Ohrid"
"St. Clement of Ohrid" in the Veles village of Caska is a new church whose cornerstone was consecrated and laid on December 8, 1990 by the then Metropolitan of Povardarie. Michael. It was consecrated on May 13, 2001 by the then Metropolitan of Povardarie, and now dismissed Jovan Vraniskovski. It was painted by Lazar Lekic and Dragan Ristic.