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Pan-Serbia​n Celebratio​n of Serbian Victory Over Turks in Kumanovo Battle (1912)

Pan-Serbia​n Celebratio​n of Serbian Victory Over Turks in Kumanovo Battle (1912)

Serbian celebration of victory of Serbian Army over Turks in Kumanovo Battle (1912), held at Zebrnjak memorial in Northern FYROM. Video and photographs were taken at 23-X-2011. 1) Album of the celebration with over 190 pictures, available if one is logged on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.227055544025748.59229.100001639115302&type=1&l=8665debe69 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.227055544025748.59229.100001639115302&type=1&l=8665debe69&subject=Celebrating Serbian Victory over Turks in Kumanovo Battle (1912) 2) A YouTube video (14 minutes).

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Albanians in FYROM – Urgent Plan Against Gruevski’s Policies

Albanians in FYROM – Urgent Plan Against Gruevski’s Policies

Skopje 24 Ore 18 May 10 p 2   Report by Rita Kadriu: “Urgent Plan Against Gruevski’s Policies”   Regional Prognosis Institute head Koco Danaj has said that the Albanians in [FYR] Macedonia should ward off provocations, while stressing the importance of the existence of Albanians in this country.   “There are certain things that Albanians must do and consider […]

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The Church of St. Georgios in the village of Staro Nagorichane near Kumanovo-FYROM

The Church of St. Georgios in the village of Staro Nagorichane is one of the most important 14th century Byzantine monuments, the architectural conception and fresco decoration of which tally with the latest cultural achievements of Byzantine art in Thessalonica and Constantinople. St. George church was built upon the foundations of an older building dating back to the reign of […]

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Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 edition

Some really interesting quotes on FYROM, Makedonia, Alexander…etc from Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 edition. Quote: The people Ethnicity and language Macedonia has inherited a complex ethnic structure. The largest group, calling themselves Macedonians (about two-thirds of the population), are descendants of Slavic tribes that moved into the region between the 6th and 8th centuries AD. Their language is very closely related […]

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