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Macedonians of Megarovo, Tirnovo and Nizopolis send a letter to the Patriarch of Constantinople declaring being proud Greeks on 1885

January 7, 1885 FROM: The Greek Community of Megarovo, Tirnovo and Nizopolis {Pelagonia, between Big Prespa and Monastiri} TO: The Patriarch of Constantinople “Your Holiness the Ecumenical Patriarch, We have been aware of the memorandum submitted on December the 22nd to the Ambassador of H.M. the Queen of Britain to the Sublime Porte {the Sultan } by the […]

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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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