Gevgelija (Гевгелија) city, Macedonia

Gevgelija is a city in Gevgelija-Valandovo valley with 15,685 inhabitants (2002). It is located on the right side of the river Vardar and the Macedonian-Greek border in the plain part of the eponymous valley.

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Vinica (Виница) city, Macedonia

Vinica is a city in the eastern part of Macedonia with 10,863 inhabitants (2002). The city lies on the contact between the plane of Kocani valley from the north and north-facing slopes of mountain Plackovica from the south. Through Vinica passes the regional road Kocani - Berovo. The city occupies a total area of 335 ha.

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Veles (Велес) city, Macedonia

Veles (previously Titov Veles) is a city located in the central part of Macedonia with a population of 43.716 (2002).

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Veles (Велес) city, Macedonia
Clock Tower in Veles - Macedonia

Vevcani Municipality, Macedonia

Vevcani Municipality is located on the west side of Struga valley at the foot of the Jablanica mountain, at an altitude between 800 and 900 m. Vevcani with the regional road is linked to Struga and has 2.433 inhabitants.

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Bitola (Битола) city, Macedonia

Bitola is the second-largest city in the Republic of Macedonia, located in the south Eastern part. Placed on both sides of Dragor River in the Pelagonia Plain, beneath the Baba mountain the city occupies 2.245 hectares of area. According to the 2002 census Bitola has a population of 74.550.

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Berovo (Берово) city, Macedonia

Berovo is a small city in the East part of the Republic of Macedonia, with a population of 7.002 according to the 2002 census. Located in the Malesevo basin on far north branches of the Malesevo mountains on both sides of Bregalnica River.

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