Mother Teresa Memorial House

The Mother Teresa Memorial House, located on Macedonia Street in the city center, is a museum dedicated to the life and work of Mother Teresa, the renowned humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate. The museum is situated near the church where Mother Teresa was baptized and offers visitors a glimpse into her early life, her dedication to serving the poor and sick, and her global impact on humanitarianism.

The museum features exhibits showcasing personal items, photographs, and memorabilia from Mother Teresa’s life, as well as interactive displays and multimedia presentations highlighting her charitable efforts and the organizations she founded, such as the Missionaries of Charity.

Mother Teresa Memorial House

Visitors to the Mother Teresa Memorial House can learn about her upbringing in Skopje, her decision to become a nun, and her missionary work in India and around the world. The museum provides insights into her philosophy of love, compassion, and selflessness, which inspired countless individuals to devote themselves to serving others.

The Mother Teresa Memorial House serves as both a tribute to her legacy and a place of reflection and inspiration for visitors seeking to learn more about her extraordinary life and humanitarian contributions. It stands as a reminder of the power of compassion and the impact that one individual can have on the world.

Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 09:00AM – 08:00PM
Saturday and Sunday 09:00AM – 02:00PM

*The last visitors enter 15 minutes before the end of working hours.

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