Only 2 km from Tushemisht Customs is one of the largest monasteries in the entire region of Europe and the Balkans. You can approach a large lake-side park along the Drin River, which passes through the 20-hectare park with lush greenery dense and streamlined water with various decorative trees with many cypresses and rare birds like balls come around the monastery and it seems as if everything here came out of Andréssen’s fairy tale. You are closer to the Monastery and at the entrance there is a century-old gateway where above the port is a mosaic where a farmer appears, working the earth and on one side is an ox and on the other side a gold on the ox of the ox that the farmer works on the ground.there inside lies a large yard and within it lies the beautiful complex of the church of St. Naum with numerous wall paintings of saints where the central place occupies that of St. Naum. In another room is the grave of St. Naum, where many people make pilgrimages near the shrine of the saint.
St. Naum’s Legend
The legends, left over in the memory of the people of all fantasies, preserve the historical and cultural values of peoples. Such is the legacy of St. Naum. So Naum has mounted a horse and has departed from Ohrid to Voskopoja. At the top of Plloça’s neck the horse chimes and refuses to move forward. Situated before this fact that he did not obey horse Na Naumi decides to recline and where the horse put his foot on a stone slab stamped by the foot of the foot of the horse of St. Naum (people and today at the place where the sign seems to throw ALL) .When Naum returned to the back went down to the Plloçë Neck and went through the village of Zagorcan and I wish “seeded grain and magic to you always full” When entering a Tushemisht village a herd of sheep and goat licked the flock dogs while a cowhide that was nearby with the horns of they saved Sa’d Naum from the dogs. After Naum bless the cows and curse the sheep of the goat that in this village do not ever paste. Through all the way the saint helps the grenadier and sh I take the sick Once I walk less than 2 km from Tushemishti I stand on a plateau beside the lake. Nearly it was the landowner. When Naumi begged the landlord to give little room for wanting to live there in the place he would blessed. The landowner told St. Naum that he would forgive all his land if he would heal the only daughter who had a mental illness and even a tulip. The Saint was able to fulfill the wish of the owner by healing the girl by washing the edge of the Drin and blessing the water there (where today there is a small building and people fill the blessed water and heal the sick with the blessed water from St. Naum) managed to take the owner’s land that heal the girl. But St. Naum was not enough for that land alone so I met another landowner who had the land adjacent to what St. Naumi had received. The prince was working upset because he had eaten one from the smooth bear. When Naumi tells him that he would force the bear to paddle on the ox and to work the land instead of the ox he had eaten. This is impossible said the owner but the saint accomplishes it and this miracle then the owner the second gave the promised land to St. Naum where today is the monastery bearing his name while on the main gate is the mosaic that the bear together with the cauldron worked ground and nearby St. Naumi.