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This category covers questions about the Republic of Macedonia, a country located in the central Balkan peninsula in Southeastern Europe. It declared independence from Yugoslavia on September 8, 1991 which was recognized on April 8, 1993. Since then, the Republic of Macedonia has been disputing with Greece over the use of the word "Macedonia," which is also a region in Greece.
Macedonia was an ancient Greek kingdom in the northern Greek peninsula. Macedonia today is a Greek province on the same land as the ancient Greek kingdom in the northern Greek peninsula. Greece does not refuse recognition of the independence of any country resulting from the break-up of the Socia…
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What is a kbr? Further proof that Skoog lives.
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Answer "Macedonia is inhabited by Greeks as well as Slavs, Albanians, Turks, etc. So Macedonia is certainly not only Greek." Answer The above question is somewhat vague, as it makes no distinction between the province of Macedonia in Greece, the (former Yugoslav) Rep. of Macedonia, the Pirin Makedo…
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Correct Answer: Macedonia was an ancient Greek kingdom on the northern Greek peninsula inhabited by Greek speaking people with a Greek ethnic and cultural identity. Modern Macedonia is a Greek province on the northern Greek peninsula inhabited by Greek speaking people with a Greek ethnic and cultura…
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Answer: Stop pronouncing the "o" before it starts sounding like a "w". The "o" should be said quickly. The "j" should sound like a "y".
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"For many reasons. Citizens of this country feel as real descendants of the ancient Macedonian kingdom's population , they should keep their name The current population of this country are mostly Slavic , like those in the Kingdom of Macedon . About 33% are Albanian, and among the rest 66% Turks, …
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The population of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is just over 2 million. About 65% of these people are South Slavs, about 23% are Albanian, about 3% are Turks, about 2% are Serbs, and the rest consists of Roma, Bosniaks, etc. About one quarter of the entire population lives in the capital…
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neznam mislam deka ......................... bese mitre
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For historical Macedonia on the northern Greek peninsula: FYROM, Albania and Bulgaria. For the Former Yugoslav Republic = * Serbia ~ north *Kosovo ~ north west * Albania ~ West *Greece~ South *Bulgaria~East
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The name "Macedonia" in relation to the Former Yugoslav Republic represents no ethnic, historical or political reality. Greece is very right to oppose the use of its historical name for what is clearly an expansionist agenda. The ancient Kingdom of Macedonia was in the northern Greek peninsula. Th…
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The ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia was ruled by three Dynasties, the Argead Dynasty founded by Karanos in the late 9th century BCE, whose most famous members were Philip II and his son Alexander the Great. the Antipatrid dynasty founded by Kassander in 301 BCE the Antigonid Dynasty founded by …
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The Arctic Ocean
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There are several seas which are on the northern border of Russia. All of those seas though are part of the Arctic Ocean.
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The name "FYROM" is the official name designated by the UN and used by all international organizations and all countries when participating in any international event or on the international stage. For expediency there are 135 countries that deal bilaterally with the Former Yugoslav Republic by the…
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Toronto to Thessaloniki, historical Macedonia, Greece is 12h 15m duration, 1+ stops Toronto to Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is about a 9 hour flight. This includes a stop at another airport, as there are no direct flights from Toronto to Skopje.
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The (Former Yugoslav) Republic of Macedonia is a newly founded Slavic state on what was once the kingdoms of ancient Paeonia and Dardania and is unrelated to the historical Macedonia on the northern Greek peninsula. Located in the northern and eastern hemisphere of the European continent FYROM is …
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The majority language of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is a south Slavic dialect, more precisely a West Bulgarian dialect with a Serbian intonation. Note*** Although the south Slavic language has been named "Macedonian" by the government of the FYROM, it has nothing in common with the…
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Politics taken out of this problem and to view the issue on both sides in black and white is not possible. Its correct to note that the native people of the region at the trun of the 20th century were macedonians. This in many circles makes these people the decendents of the macedonians. However t…
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Sydney to Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece is 23h 45m duration, approx 2 stops 9,588 miles or 15,431 km by air. Sydney to the Former Yugoslav Republic (FYROM) is about 20 hours 5 minutes i.e 9673 miles or 15567 kilometers by air.
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The official language in Macedonia from ancient times is Greek. Regarding the unrelated Former Yugoslav Republic to the north of historical Macedonia The official language of the country is related to the Bulgarian language with Serbian admixture. The people of the country refer to the language …
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The official name for the newly founded country whose capital is Skopje, is the "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" but it is only a temporary name. The country wants its constitutional name to be "the Republic of Macedonia" but that name violates international conventions on the equal rights of…
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Skopje is in north central FYRMacedonia near the border with Serbia. FYRMacedonia is north of central Greece on the Balkan Peninsula. (Skopje is at about the same latitude as Rome is in Italy. Its coordinates are 42.0 N, 21.4 E)
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Ancient Macedonia was a Greek kingdom on the northern Greek peninsula. Modern Macedonia is a Greek kingdom on the northern Greek peninsula. The Former Yugoslav Republic is a newly founded Stated that used to be the southern part of Yugoslavia named Vardarska Banovina (Province of Vardarska). In 19…
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The historical province of Macedonia on the northern Greek peninsula does not have a prime minister for the province. Macedonia is governed on a state level by the Ministry of Macedonia and Thrace and at a federal level by the President of Greece who is the head of state of the Parliamentary Republ…
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The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is an independent country. It was part of Yugoslavia, which has now separated into several different countries.
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Alexander III (Alexander the Great)
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The official currency of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is the denar. As of January 15th, 2009, about 46 Denars equal 1 US Dollar, about 60 Denars equal 1 Euro, and about 67 Denars equal 1 British pound.
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yes the most snow falls in January
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the practically celebrate it the same as the people in the USA
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The city of Skopje is the largest in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
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Latitude: N 42° 0' 13.7232" | Longitude: E 21° 27' 8.0856"
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Tirana, the capital of Albania, is southwest of Skopje, and this can be given as the answer. However, if you travelled more directly west of Skopje, you would eventually come to Rome, the capital of Italy, so that is a better answer.
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The Republic of Former Yugoslavia north of historical Macedonia in Greece, is a newly founded Slavic state in the southern balkans above Greece, with a mixed ethnic population, on what was once the kingdoms of ancient Paeonia and Dardania and is unrelated to the historical Macedonia on the northern…
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Answer: срце на лав (srce na lav)
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Slovenia: A little (currently border disputes with Croatia). Croatia: A lot Macedonia: None Bosnia and Herzegovina: A tiny bit (which actually breaks Croatia into two parts, so that the area around the town of Dubrovnik is technically an exclave).
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Macedonians eat rice and kebabs and many types of American food except for some people who don't eat beef.
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Bulgaria
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Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is not a city, but it is a country.(republic) This is not the historical Macedonia which is below in northern Greece.
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You can call our 41 year old company in Madison, Wisconsin toll free 800-251-7627 anytime.
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The national language is a Slavic language, a West Bulgarian dialect with a Serbian intonation to be exact, which the people self identify as "Macedonian" although it us unrelated to the Doric Greek of the ancient Macedonians.
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White Tower in Thessaloniki is the biggest one. In Thessaloniki there are many museums as it is the biggest city and capital. It has the most historical place.Other historical places are in Pella, Katerini, Veroia, Kavala.
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The largest City in Egypt is Cairo. Cairo is the capital of the country and is a major economic hub in Northern Africa.
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There is no country recognized by the UN with such name. If you imply the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia or FYROM (as it is officially recognized), it is a small country in the Balkan peninsula north of Macedonia province of Greece. Macedonia is the northern part of Greece where Alexander th…
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Gjorge Ivanov is the President of Macedonia. He became the 4th President of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on 2009 May 12.
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"Happy Easter!" in English is Среќен Велигден (Sreken Veligden) or Христос воскресе (Hristos voskrese, "Christ has risen!") in Slav Macedonian, with the answer Навистина воскресе (Navistina voskrese, "Truly, he has risen!").
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The capital and largest city is Skopje with a population of 467,000.
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FYRMacedonia has a very rugged surface and is predominately covered by mountains.
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The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is a newly founded republic that was born from the dissolution of communist Yugoslavia. It never had a monarch though there was a Croatian lord, Count Gyula Cseszneky de Milvany et Csesznek Grand Voivode who self proclaimed as "of Macedonia".
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agriculture,coal,metallic chromium,lead,zinc,textiles,wood proc.,food processing
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No Greek recongized the South Slavic dialect of Bulgarian as the "Macedonian" language which was a northwestern dialect of Greek. You are referring to "Makedonika" a northern Greek idiom developed with influences from the Slavic and Turkic people that occupied historical Macedonia before historical …
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In short, you can't yet. When the notification of page suggestion pop up go there. You will find a cross arrow on the top right of the notification. Click on it to permanently block the pages invitation.
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There are many capital cities west of Skopje, FYRMacedonia. The closest capital city west of Skopje would be Pristina, Kosovo.
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Greece eh ta mo
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Macedonia Greece: Historical Macedonia like the rest of Greece is economically developed. Its economy is based on tourism, the service industry and shipping as well as some movement in exports and the agricultural sector. Former Yugoslav Republic: Yes FYROM is a very, very poor country. Wealth and…
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Macedonia is not a member of the EU, but has applied to join.
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The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is not a member of the European Union. It may want to join to avail of the benefits of being a member like trade and funding for development.
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Philip II ruled the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia from 359 bc to 336 bc which makes it 23 years before he was assassinated by Pausanias his royal bodyguard.
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Philip II spent 3 years in Thebes as a hostrage where he witnessed the infamous Sacred Band and the extremely successful Theban wedge, as well as the tactical abilities of their famed commanders Epaminondas and Pelopidas. Based on his experiences, Philip completely reorganized Macedonia's army. H…
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The Greek navy has over 30 000 Personnel 98 Warships including: 13 Frigates 11 Submarines 17 FAMCs 8 Gunboats 9 Tank-landing Ships 6 Patrol Boats Fleet Support & other Auxiliary Ships 21 Aircraft The navy is part of Hellenic Armed Forces
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The largest river in the FYRoM is the Vardar River at 241 miles / 388 km
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If you are not FYRMacedonian yes you do.
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The main ethnic groups in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are South Slavs, Albanians, Turks, and Shutka Roma.
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80,000
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There were many. It is similar to asking who was the king of England
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The traditional Greek lamb gyros with tzatziki (pita souvlaki) as only Greece can make of course. However, Greeks from Macedonia in the north just like the Greeks from Athens in the south enjoy an assortment of traditional and not so traditional Greek culinary delights. Thessaloniki Bougatsa - Cu…
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No. It is an independent country.
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Ancient Macedonia was a Greek kingdom on the northern Greek peninsula in southern Europe. Modern Macedonia is a Greek province on the northern Greek peninsula in southern Europe, The unrelated Former Yugoslav Republic is a newly founded Slavic Republic north of historical Macedonia in the Balkan r…
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11.97 (births per 1000 persons)...
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The distance from Česká republika (Czech Republic) to Macedonia is about 837 km.
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As I have known, you really need a visa for a Philippine Passport holder in order to travel abroad.
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Skopje is the Capital of Macedonia and is the capital city of Skopje and is south of Bucharest.
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Departure point: MacedoniaDestination point: AustraliaEstimated flight duration: 16 hours, 37 minutes
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yes the dance is called hot dog
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"Good evening!" in English is Dobra večer! in Macedonian.
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NAJDOBRO /n-a-i-do-bro/ ODLICNO /od-li-ch-no/ GOLEMO /go-le-mo/ But I don't think that's what you wanted to know Alexander the great = aleksandar veliki
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house stuff ha ah ha
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Turkey, Ukraine, Russia
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Well it all depends on what are you comparing it to? Compared to western countries the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is quite poor. It used to be the poorest part of Former Yugoslavia. Salaries are higher in the capital Skopje about 500-600 euros/month and much lower in the rest of the count…
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Gjorge Ivanov was the President of Macedonia in 2010. He became the 4th President of the Republic of Macedonia on 2009 May 12.
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The vast majority of Kosovar refugees fled to Albania because the vast majority of Kosovars are ethnic Albanians and knew that in Albania they would not be persecuted. As for Montenegro, it was relatively close by.
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Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is 2nd world countries. It is competitively poor then western Europe and northan America but rich then South Asia and Africa.
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The most complete study of Greek skeletal material from Neolithic to modern times was carried out by American anthropologist J. Lawrence Angel who found that in the early age racial variability in Greece was 7% above average, indicating that the Greeks had multiple origins within the Europid racial …
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Gjorge Ivanov was the President of Macedonia in 2011. He became the 4th President of the Republic of Macedonia on 2009 May 12.
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Yes. FYRMacedonian people need to acquire a visa on the Mexican embassy at Serbia.
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