Brajchino is a village in the Resen Municipality of Macedonia. It is situated 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) from Lake Prespa at the foot of Baba Mountain. The village is located a few miles from Greece. With its nature and old architecture, Brajchino has recently drawn many domestic and foreign tourists. The village has a mountain nature trail leading from the village to Golemo Ezero atop Baba Mountain. The trail links Prespa Lake with Pelister National Park and provides good views of the mountains. Brajchino is also home to a centuries' old monastery named St. Petka, and every August 7th and 8th there is a celebration for it. There are also five other churches inside the village: St. Bogorodica, which is located in a cave high up on a mountain; St. Ilja, the village's first school; St. Atanas, said to be built on the spot of an older monastery destroyed by the Turks; St. Arangel, located high in the mountains; and St. Nikola. In restaurant Vila Raskrsnica (Crossroad) you can taste traditional dishes prepared with product grown in Brajchino. The people of Brajchino still produce a variety of food for themselves or to sell at the market place. The village is also known for its architecture. Some examples of Brajčino architecture include the Bey's House and Petre Kostov's House. Lazaropole Lazaropole is situated on a plateau at Mount Bistra and is a mountain heaven in Macedonia. The mild mountain climate due to the thermal influences of the Mediterranean which extend along the river of Radika is a reason for Lazaropole to have over 2000 sunny hours per year. The abundant forests as a natural filter purify the air to the level of crystal clarity. As a result, Lazaropole is officially registered as a location with the freshest air on the Balkan Peninsula.