Category: maps

Rare English map of 1829 shows Skopje Out of Macedonia

Rare English map of 1829 shows Skopje Out of Macedonia

In this rare British Edition Map of Greece from 1829, the whole of Macedonia is in Greece proper and considered a Greek province. Also notice that all the names of cities in Macedonia are Greek. Skopje (Scupi) is outside of the territory of Macedonia and is in Dardania Propria. From the book: ‘Macedonia, The Macedonia Struggle, Greece-Macedonia 4000 Years’ by […]

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The fyromians based their propaganda in a misunderstanding!

The fyromians based their propaganda in a misunderstanding!

  Many people often ask me what is the difference between a Greek and a Macedonian, and if Macedonians were Greeks of a different nation. Actually this is the same question that most foreign people with little or a basic -and we all have to admit rich and many times complicated – historical knowledge have.  Basically this is the exact […]

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Maps depicting Macedonia as part of Greece through Ages

1. Map of 1581 Macedonia and Greece in 1581 The Belgian geographer Abraham Ortelius was appointed Geographer to the king of Spain in 1580. At the time the Low Countries were under Spanish control. This map of Greece was printed in 1581. It shows Macedonia, of course, as a part of Greece. It also shows that Greece existed then at […]

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