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January 06, 2010 8:24PM

Macedonia (in Greek: Μακεδονία Makedonίa) is a the second most populous and the biggest in size region of Greece. It is located in north Greece. Gradually it's in Europe, Southeastern Europe, Balkans, South Balkans, north Greece. It borders with Thrace and Epirus and three countries: Albania, FYROM and Bulgaria. Its south coasts are washed by the Aegean sea.

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