Slavko Brezoski, Macedonian architect, Died at 94

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Slavko Brezoski was born on June 10, 1922, and died on March 7, 2017.

He was a Macedonian architect known for his works in the genre of modern architecture.

Slavko Brezoski was the head of architecture at the University of Skopje.

He designed and built modernist buildings in the Socialist Yugoslavia.

Some of his most famous works is the Church of St. Clement of Ohrid in Skopje.

Brezoski designed the Yugoslav Embassy in Brasilia in 1961.

Brezoski also designed and built buildings in the former Yugoslav republics, Brazil and Libya.

Slavko Brezoski passed away at 94 years old.