Struga (Струга) city, Macedonia

Struga is a city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 16,559 inhabitants (2002). It lies along the northern shore of the Ohrid lake, where the river Crni Drim flows out of the lake, at an altitude of 696 m. Struga occupies an area of 510 ha.

Skopje (Скопје) – Macedonia capital city

Skopje city is located in the “Skopje basin” on the two sides of Vardar River, on an elevation between 220 and 400 meters. According to the 2002 census in Skopje lived 467.257 people.

Resen (Ресен) city, Macedonia

Resen is city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 8.748 inhabitants (2002).

Radovish (Радовиш) city, Macedonia

Radovish is a city in the southeastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 16,223 inhabitants (2002). It is located in the northwest of Strumica - Radovis valley, on both sides Radovishka River, at an altitude of about 380 m.

Prilep (Прилеп) city, Macedonia

Prilep (Прилеп) is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 69,704 inhabitants (2002), located in the northeast Pelagonia plain, on Prilepska River, near Mukos and Dren Mountains, at an altitude between 620 and 680 m.

Ohrid (Охрид) city, Macedonia

Ohrid is a city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia with a population of 42,033 according to the 2002 census. Located on the northeast on Ohrid lake and hill Plaoshnik, at an altitude between 696 and 797 m. it covers an area of 1230 ha.

Novaci Municipality – with Mariovo region

Novaci is a village near Bitola city, located in the eastern part of Bitola Field, on both sides of Sinevirska River, at an altitude of about 580 m.

Negotino (Неготино) city, Macedonia

Negotino is a city in the central part of the Republic of Macedonia with 13,284 inhabitants (2002). Located in Tikvesh valley, near the Vardar River, at an altitude of about 150 meters, it covers an area of 360 ha.

Makedonski Brod (Македонски Брод) city, Macedonia

Makedonski Brod is a town in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 3.740 inhabitants (2002). Located in the southern part of the Porec area, on both sides of the river Treska, at an altitude of about 530 m, it covers an area of 170 ha.

Kumanovo (Куманово) city, Macedonia

Kumanovo is а city in the northern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 78,602 inhabitants according to 2002 census. Located in the central part of Kumanovo Field, on both sides of Kumanovska River, at an altitude of about 330 m, it covers an area of 1886 ha.

Krusevo (Крушево) city, Macedonia

Krusevo is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 5.330 inhabitants (2002). Located on the southeastern slopes Busheva Mountain, at the source part of Krushevska River, at an altitude of about 1,250 m. It covers an area of 180 ha.

Kriva Palanka (Крива Паланка) city, Macedonia

Kriva Palanka is a city in the northeastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 14,558 inhabitants (2002). It lies in the easternmost part of Slavishka valley, on both sides of the Kriva River, at an altitude of about 620 m.

Kratovo (Кратово) city, Macedonia

Kratovo – the city of towers and bridges is located in the northeast part of the Republic of Macedonia with 6.924 inhabitants (2002).

Kocani (Кочани) city, Macedonia

Kocani is a city in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 28,330 inhabitants (2002). Located on both sides of the Kochanska River, at an altitude of about 350 m. Through Kocani leads highway M-5, which on west connects it with Veles and Shtip and east Delcevo. From Veles trough, Stip to Kocani leads railway line.

Kichevo (Кичево) city, Macedonia

Kicevo is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 27,067 inhabitants (2002). Located in the southern part of Kicevo valley, around Kale, at an altitude of about 620 m.

Kavadarci (Кавадарци) – the city of wine

Kavadarci is a city in Povardarie region (flow of river Vardar) with 34,252 inhabitants according to 2002 census.

Dojran (Дојран) Municipality, Macedonia

Dojran Мunicipality is located in the southern part of the Republic of Macedonia. Located on the shores of Lake Dojran through which the east side is bordered by Greece, situated between the mountains Belasica (1883 m. a.s.l.) to the north, Krusa Mountain (860) and Karabalija (697 meters a.s.l) on the west.

Demir Hisar (Демир Хисар) city, Macedonia

Demir Hisar is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 2.593 inhabitants (2002). Located in the southern area of Demir Hisar, on the road Bitola - Kicevo, it covers an area of 250 ha. Developed from the former village Murgashevo, the urban settlement had been established in 2004. 

Demir Kapija (Демир Капија) city, Macedonia

Demir Kapija is a small Macedonian city located on the flow of Vardar River with a population of 3275 inhabitants according to the 2002 census.

Delcevo (Делчево) city, Macedonia

Delcevo is a city in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 11,500 inhabitants (2002). Located on Pijanechka valley, on both sides of the river Bregalnica, at an altitude of 580 m. It covers an area of 350 ha.

Debar (Дебар) city, Macedonia

Debar is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 14,561 inhabitants. Located in Debar Valley, southwest of Mount Desat, on an altitude of 700 m. It covers an area of 360 ha. The climate is changing continental with an average annual air temperature of 11,8 ° C (53.24 F) and an average annual amount of precipitation of 890 mm.

Gostivar (Гостивар) city, Macedonia

Gostivar is a city in the northwestern part of Macedonia with 35,847 inhabitants (2002). Located in the Upper Polog plane, where significant traffic routes intersect, with the capital Skopje via Tetovo is connected by highway, which as main road M-4 continues to Kicevo and Ohrid.

Gevgelija (Гевгелија) – city in Macedonia

Gevgelija is city in Gevgelija-Valandovo valley with 15,685 inhabitants (2002).

Vinica (Виница) – city in Macedonia

Vinica is city in eastern Macedonia with 10,863 inhabitants (2002).

Veles (Велес) – city of poetry, culture, history and tradition

Veles (previously Titov Veles) is city located in Central Macedonia with population of 43.716 (2002).