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Serres Prefecture in Macedonia, the largest province of Greece

Serres Prefecture in Macedonia, the largest province of Greece

(Photos @ Μάρκος Μαρκούδης) The prefecture of Serres is one of the 13 prefectures of Macedonia, the largest province of Greece in size and wealth. The prefecture stretches from Strymonikos bay in the south, to the Greek-Bulgarian border to the north. It borders with the Prefectures of Drama and Kavala in the east and the prefectures of Thessaloniki and Kilkis in the west. It is one of […]

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Macedonia – Authentic Turkish documents about the death of the Bulgarian hero Goce Delchev

Macedonia – Authentic Turkish documents about the death of the Bulgarian hero Goce Delchev

 The Turkish documents on the murder of the Bulgarian Leader Gotse Delchev were published in Skopje in 1992 by Aleksandar Stoyanovskis(see Appendix No 15). They were part of the old site (now extinct) http://knigite.abv.bg. Appendix No 15. Appendix No 16. A photocopy by the telegram of Salonik valiya (chief of Vilaet) Hasan Fahmi from May 5 1903. The telegram contains the […]

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Travels in Macedonia, Greece – Beautiful Pictures from Berge / Bisaltia / Serres

Travels in Macedonia, Greece – Beautiful Pictures from Berge / Bisaltia / Serres

By Fani P. Berge or Berga (Greek: Βέργα or Βέργη) was an ancient Greek town in Bisaltia, north-west of Amphipolis, founded by Thasians as a dependent colony and emporion sometime in the 5th century BC and later colonized by 1000 Athenians. Later soures call it a polis. According to Strabo it was a village of the Bisaltae and Ptolemy writes […]

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Macedonia turned into a white landscape

Macedonia turned into a white landscape

Heavy snowfall in many areas of Central and Western Macedonia, while snow chains are necessary for vehicles to access the macedonian ski resorts.   Snow chains are required for vehicles heading to the ski resort of Voras Mt. (Kaimaktsalan) from St. Athanasius, Arnissa, and Kerasia. The tire chains are also necessary for vehicles heading to the ski center “3-5 Pigadia” […]

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French self-witness account of 1910 – Macedonians prefer to be crucified rather than to deny Hellenism

French self-witness account of 1910 – Macedonians prefer to be crucified rather than to deny Hellenism

“Greece in evolution..”, 1910 by Abbott, G. F. (George Frederick)   Account by a Frenchman self-witness who found himself in Macedonia and specifically “to Demir-Hissar, to Barakli-Djoumai’a, to Serres, to Nevrocop, to Razlog, to Djumal-Bala, to Melnik, to Petritch, to Drama, to Cavalla, to Niaousta, to Vodena, to Sorovitch, to Clissoura, to Kastoria, to Monastir, to Megarovo, to Tirnovo, to Florina, […]

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History of Macedonia 1354-1833

History of Macedonia 1354-1833

Map 17. The movements of Greek and Turkish forces during the insurrection in Chalcidice (1821) and on Olympus and Vérmion (1822). Map 18. The movements of Macedonian refugees to Southern Greece (1821-1822). Fig. 203. Nicholas Kasomoulis of Kozáni (1795-1871), who took a prominent part in the revolution of 1821. Fig. 215. Uniform of a Kavas of the European consulates, around […]

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Serbs of FYROM: Historical Presence and the Current Status

Serbs in FYROM are an extension from the central parts of Serbian ethnicity, related to archaic groups in Kosovo and Metohija as well to a larger degree, with the basin of river Morava. That Serbs are found among early medieval Slav settlers of the Vardar/Axios region is confirmed by sources which identify the city of Gordoservon in Asia Minor as […]

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SlavoBulgarian Anti-Macedonian Struggle, 1897-1903

SlavoBulgarian Anti-Macedonian Struggle, 1897-1903

One of the less known aspects of the Macedonian question has been the needlessly Cruel methods and Crimes commited by the SlavoBulgarian Komitadjis against the Greek population of Macedonia. The Bulgarian bands had been notorious for their murders and outrages against non-combatants and especially the Greeks of Macedonia.  The list is certainly not complete and never will be, since noone could […]

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French self-witness “Macedonians even if they die NEVER deny HELLENISM”

French self-witness “Macedonians even if they die NEVER deny HELLENISM”

Account from a Frencman self-witness who found himself in Macedonia and specifically “to Demir-Hissar, to Barakli-Djoumai’a, to Serres, to Nevrocop, to Razlog, to Djumal-Bala, to Melnik, to Petritch, to Drama, to Cavalla, to Niaousta, to Vodena, to Sorovitch, to Clissoura, to Kastoria, to Monastir, to Megarovo, to Tirnovo, to Fiorina, and to a hundred villages. “Everywhere I found men who, […]

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Skopjan propaganda “The use of the term Macedonia was forbidden in Greece until 1988″

Skopjan propaganda “The use of the term Macedonia was forbidden in Greece until 1988″

FACTS: F.Y.R.O.M.-Slavs claim that the use of the term “MAKEDONIA” in Greece was forbidden until 1988 and that no province with the name “MAKEDONIA” (Macedonia) existed in Northern-Greece before 1988. There are many examples for state institutions or privat corporations which use the term “MAKEDONIA” in Greece since the end of 19th century and still use it: Newspaper “Makedonia” – paper of […]

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