Од осумте чуда во Македонија кои Јахоо ги набројува во предходниот линк две се наоѓаат на територија на општина Старо Нагоричане.
7) Prehistoric observatories
Some 5,800 years ago, ancients living near present-day Macedonia stood atop a hill shadowed by huge stone ridges and tracked the course of the sun and moon. Today Kokino is ranked fourth on the list of the world's oldest observatories, behind Abu Simbel in Egypt, Stonehenge in Great Britain, and Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Not far away from Kokino stands Chochev (or Tsocev) Kamen, another Neolithic observation site, built some four millennia ago. The site is more developed than Kokino in many ways, including rock-cut footsteps and ladders, sacred basins, pictographs, and an ancient wine-making system. Read more on ancient observatories from NASA.
8) St. George/Staro Nagoricane
First constructed in 1071, the Church of St. George, located in the village of Staro Nagoricane, was refurbished in the early 14th century by Serbian King Milutin after he conquered Byzantine Macedonia. The artwork Milutin commissioned during the church's renovation is haunting and otherworldly, and the frescoes still festoon the walls, darkened with age. Today, the Church of St. George is considered an important link to Macedonia's Byzantine roots. Read the history of frescoes.