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  1. Macedonia (Cultures of the World) by Marylee Knowlton, 2005-04
  2. Macedonia: The Politics of Identity and Difference (Anthropology, Culture and Society) by Jane K. Cowan, 2000-12-01
  3. Women and Monarchy in Macedonia (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture) by Elizabeth Donnelly Carney, 2000-06
  4. Patterns and Corporeality: Neolithic Visual Culture from the Republic of Macedonia Bar S1910 by Goce Naumov, 2009-12-31
  5. A History of Macedonia (Hellenistic Culture and Society) by R. Malcolm Errington, 1990-08-27
  6. MACEDONIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by VICTOR A. FRIEDMAN, 2001
  7. Skopje: Seven Monuments of Art and Architecture
  8. Modern and contemporary Macedonia: History, economy, society, culture
  9. Modern and contemporary Macedonia: History, economy, society, culture
  10. Treasures of Ancient Macedonia: [catalogue of the exhibition organized by the] Ministry of Culture and Science, General Direction of Antiquities and Restoration [at the] Archaeological Museum of Thess by Greece, 1978
  11. A HISTORY OF MACEDONIA. Volume V in Hellenistic Culture and Society. by R. Malcolm. Translated by Catherine Errington. ERRINGTON, 1990
  12. The Macedonian national culture in the Pirin part of Macedonia (Macedonian heritage collection) by Pero Korobar, 1987
  13. Hegemony to Empire: The Development of the Roman Imperium in the East from 148 to 62 b.c (Hellenistic Culture and Society) by Robert Kallet-Marx, 1996-04-01
  14. Athens and Macedon: Attic Letter-Cutters of 300 to 229 B.C. (Hellenistic Culture and Society) by Stephen V. Tracy, 2003-08-04

1. MINELRES - Minority Related National Legislation - Macedonia - Culture
Law on culture. 1998 .. Section 3 LOCAL INTEREST IN CULTURE . Article 7 (1) Local interest in culture, in the meaning of this law, is the culture that is of
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Section 3 LOCAL INTEREST IN CULTURE Article 7 (1) Local interest in culture, in the meaning of this law, is the culture that is of importance to the citizens of the units of self government. (2)The local interest in culture, it's size and it's realization is defined by the general acts of the units of self-government. (3) The local interest in culture is financed by an act of the unit of self-government according to law. Section 4 NATIONAL INTEREST IN CULTURE Article 8 (2) The national interest in culture includes: (2.3) The encouragement of variety and differences in culture; (2.6) Care for the cultural development and the realization of the cultural rights of the Macedonian minority and emigrant population abroad;
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"Official Gazette of the Republic of Macedonia", No. 31/98

2. Macedonia Culture History And Archaeology
Macedonia Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of the modern country of Macedonia.
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    3. Culture Of Macedonia - Traditional, History, People, Clothing, Women, Beliefs, F
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    M ACEDONIA
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    Identification. The ancient Macedonians were considered non-Greek but are claimed as co-nationals by the modern Greeks. Modern Macedonians are Slavs descended from the peoples who arrived in the Balkans in the sixth and seventh centuries. There are six ethnic groups: Miyak, Brsyak, Southern, Struma-Mesta, Macedo-Shop, and Upper Vardar. Location and Geography. Macedonia is a land-locked nation located in southeastern Europe. The current border runs along mountain chains that separate the republic from Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, and Kosovo and Serbia. Macedonia is slightly larger than the state of Vermont with a total area of 9,781 square miles (25,333 square kilometers). The country consists mostly of mountains separated by flat river valleys. The capital, Skopje, is the largest city. Demography.

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    5. Macedonian Culture (ethnic Group) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Macedonian culture is the culture of the ethnic Macedonian population of the Balkan region, known in the 20th century as Vardar Macedonia or the current Republic of Macedonia.
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    7. Culture - Republic Of Macedonia
    Focused on music, theatre, visual arts, performing arts, literature, and other aspects of the culture of this country. Includes calendars of festivals and other events, a guide
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    Events Abroad
    (Dnevnik, 06.09.2010) - Drama Theatre in Skopje is visiting Narodno Pozoriste in Belgrade on 8th September where the Skopje theatre is marking Macedonia's Independence Day with "Alexander" authored and directed by Ljubisa Georgievski, the Ambassador of Macedonia to Belgrade.
    New Anthology of Macedonian Poetry in Russian Promoted

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    (www.culture.in.mk, 04.09.2010) - Culture Minister of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia Elizabeta Kanceska - Milevska addressed the audience today at the Macedonian book fair stand in Moscow on the promotion of "Voices by the Water," an anthology published in Russian especially for the presentation at the Moscow Fair. The event was attended by a number od Russian authors, literature admirers and Macedonian nationals living in Moscow.
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    (MIA, 06.09.2010) - US Slav expert, Dr. Victor Friedman, diplomat Srgjan Kerim and sculptor Tome Serafimovski will be handed Mother Theresa's Poslanie za umanost today, the day of Mother Theresa's death. The award is bestowed by Skopje Native Mother Theresa Civil Association, and the event will be addressed by Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts President Gjorgi Stardelov.
    Exhibition of Irena Paskali in Cologne

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    (Utrinski vesnik, 02.09.2010) - Macedonian artist Irena Paskali and Dennis Tis (Cologne) are opening a joint exhibition at the Art Gallery in Cologne at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. The show, "Experiment mit fotografie," is part of a renowned event 20. internationale Photszene Kln, starting tomorrow through late september. 'At the Experiment with Photography show, I am presenting my latest cycle, "Meridians" which I started in 2009. Within the project, I take photoes of cities, presenting them in a length-expanded picture. People and architecture unite in the vertical area trying to maintain their meaning. So far, the project has been worked on in Moscow, Venice, Paris, Brussels, Waterloe, Skopje and Tokyo," Paskali says.

    8. Macedonia . Org
    A portal with general country information and illustrated guides to its arts, cuisine, economy, history, language, politics, religion, sports and travel, together with a
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    Check out other Macedonian sites! wap.macedonia.org Macedonia.org for wireless florina.org Info on the Macedonians in Greece faq.macedonia.org The Arts Cuisine Economy ... Travel Macedonia.org The Republic of Macedonia is a Southeast European country, north of Greece and west of Bulgaria. Macedonians make up 66% of Macedonia's population of 2 million, Albanians 23%, and Turks, Vlach, and Serbs, the rest (1994 census). Skopje is the capital of Macedonia with over 600,000 inhabitants. Macedonian is the official language of the country and it is also spoken by the Macedonian minorities in Greece, Bulgaria, and Albania, and by the Macedonian Diaspora around the world. Most of the residents are of Eastern Orthodox Christian and Muslim faith, while some are Roman Catholic or Protestant. The State symbol is a golden sun symbolizing the freedom of the country and its people.

    9. Au Pairs From Macedonia - Culture Quests
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      • The idea of being an au pair is popular among Macedonian youth. Applicants from Macedonia are motivated by a desire to improve English skills. The job potential of an au pair improves upon her return to Macedonia. Applicants do not have difficulty affording the program fees. Young people in Macedonia generally have the freedom of their family to socialize and date.

    10. Macedonia : History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
    Information on Macedonia — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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    11. Ancient Macedonia
    History of Ancient Macedonia and the Ancient Macedonians. The distinctive ethnicity of the Ancient Macedonians, separate from the Ancient Greeks.
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    ... Alexander Movie: Historical Errors Exposed The Distinctive Ethnicity of the Macedonians Differences Between the Ancient Macedonians and Greeks Ancient Quotes on the Macedonians as Distinct Nation Modern Historians on the Macedonians as Distinct Nation Alexander the Great did NOT care about Hellenism nor Hellenization ... Greeks and Macedonians by Ernst Badian (Harvard University) Greece and Macedon by P.A. Brunt (translator of Arrian) The Ancient Macedonians and Their Language Ancient Macedonian - Distinct Indo-European Language Why were the Macedonians styled as "Greeks" in the 19th Century? Why is Greece Stealing the Macedonian History? ... macedonia.com All rights reserved Terms of Service Feedback: info@ancientmacedonia.com

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    Check ot this great web site about Macedonia. It offers tons of information on the culture and art, as well as for tourism. Daily updated news and, mosto importantly, the only place I have found where Macedonian products can be bought online. Regards [First Page] [Prev] Showing page of pages [Next] [Last Page] Add a New Travel Link or Comment To Submit to this Page, Select an Option Below: 1. Check the country - 2. Check the subject Click here to view the 300 subjects/categories Submit a Webpage Link Submit a Comment E-mail this Page to a Friend Afghanistan Culture Albania Culture Algeria Culture America Culture ... Zimbabwe Culture Experienced Travelers Live Here - Where Tourist Become Traveler Home Topics Andy Graham Mobile Office Travel Journal Travel Deals ... Hobo?

    13. Macedonia Attractions – Best Attractions In Macedonia – Tripwolf
    best sights and cultural attractions travel guide for Macedonia. The top 10 sights and cultural attractions include Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Ohrid region travel guide
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    CULTURE The society is traditionally patriarchal, with Orthodox Christianity exerting a strong influence among the non-Muslim population. Traditional clothing is colorful, with rich embroidery, but folk costumes are no longer worn by many people, who dress instead like other southern Europeans. Traditional foods have much in common with those elsewhere in the Balkans, favoring breads and roasted meats. The republic produces excellent fruits and vegetables and is famous for its peppers. The wines are very good and are being increasingly produced for export. As might be expected in a country with such a diverse population, the cultural life of the FYROM is rich. Folk music draws on Byzantine traditions as well as those associated with the Muslim cultures of the Middle East. Current popular music groups have drawn on this mixed heritage to produce strikingly original music. Many of the Orthodox Christian monasteries and churches are decorated with beautiful frescoes and other works of art. In 1995 a FYROM film, Before the Rain, gained recognition in the United States and was a finalist for an Academy Award in the best foreign-language film category. An internationally renowned gathering of poets is held every year in Struga, on the shores of Lake Ohrid.

    15. Jazik, Pismo I Kultura
    DISCOVERIES ABOUT THE LITERACY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF THE ANCIENT MACEDONIANS (by Vasil Ilyov) Macedonia language, alphabet and culture
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    DISCOVERIES ABOUT THE LITERACY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF THE ANCIENT MACEDONIANS by Vasil Ilyov Macedonia language, alphabet and culture The oldest artefacts on the Balkan peninsula that testifies to the first contemplation of man about art and abstract geometry in space date between 50.000 and 35.000 B.C. while the mid Danube region was populated between 350.000 and 250.000 B.C. which can be proven by the archaeological material that has been found in Hungary and Romania. Up till now it is assumed that the oldest graphisms on the Balkan peninsula, according to some scientists, are dated between 10.650 to 10.100 B.C. and similar graphisms to these, according to Piete, in western Europe are dated from the beginning of the young Paleolith, i.e. from around 25.000 B.C. ( Picture 2 ) and by 13.000 - 10.000 B.C. it is said that they go on to the phase called the Ideo-sinthetic alphabet. According to our newest palaeographic and paleolinguistic research we can state that signs of the sound alphabet have been discovered on the localities: Lepeneski Vir and Vincha in Serbia, Karanovo, Gradeshnitsa and Sitovo in Bulgaria, Tartaria in Romania as well as many localities in Macedonia. They go as follows: Tsrna Loma or Ilina Gora at Osinchani close to Skopje ( Picture 4 Tserye at Govrlevo close to Skopje ( Picture 5 and Pictture 6 ), Skochivir canyon close to Bitola, the Kratovo region the locality "Grmada" or "Gramada" east of Dolno Dupeni close to Resen, Trebenishte close to Ohrid etc. as well as the island of Lemn in the Aegean sea, the Pizza cave in Corinth and the island Lesb in Greece etc.

    16. Macedonia Culture | GlobalEDGE
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    Macedonia: Culture Crossing
    This section of Culture Crossing includes basic cultural practices in Macedonia for greetings, personal space, gestures, eye contact, etc. It also includes general business etiquette in the country related to meetings, dress, negotiations, gift giving, etc.
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    from the area of Macedonia are gathered/exhibited, dated back to the archaic and classical years, such as the astonishing findings of Vergina. http//alexander.macedonia.culture.gr
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    18. Macedonia - Art And Culture Destination | Culture.info
    Funds Compare Cultural Funding Opportunities Database Rate, Review and Add Your Comments 'Sharing our creative worlds'
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    19. MACEDONIA
    Macedonia – Culture, history, civilization, land of the sun… The cry from Macedonia “…Population statistics for Macedonia are virtually
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    The USA Immigration commission from 1909 recognizes Macedonian people
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    September 16, 2007 by macedon The cry from Macedonia:
    Only a few general conclusions can be drawn from the available evidence. Those inhabitants ofo Macedonia that lived close to teh Greek, Bulgarian, and Serbian frontiers could be classified ads being mostly Greek, Bulgarian, and Serbian respetivelly. The remainder of the population, with the exception of few distinct minorities as Turks, Vlachs, Jews, and Albainians may be considered as being distinctly Macedonian These Macedonians Tags: ethnic EU Grece Macedoine ... minority
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    Who are you kidding?!
    August 8, 2007 by macedon After everything that the blind greek chauvinists were trying to lie the world about the name of Macedonia, creating lobby groups everywhere and were putting out their ridiculous propaganda, it is time for them to lean back, shut their mouths and start apologizing to the Macedonians! Pics:
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    20. Ancient Macedonian Culture
    Ancient Macedonian culture. PreSlavic Culture in Macedonia Ancient Macedonian Culture. Prehistory. The geographic location of Macedonia allowed contact between two cultural spheres
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    Ancient Macedonian Culture
    Prehistory. The geographic location of Macedonia allowed contact between two cultural spheres: the Aegean and the Anatolian. This contact was the reason why Macedonia since prehistory took a significant part in the cultural development of the Balkans. The finds at Vrshnik, near Tarinci (in the region of Shtip) are proof of the existence of the "Vrshnik" or east Balkan culture of the Neolithic. The Neolithic sites by Anzabegovo (also near Shtip), by Zelenikovo and Madzari (near Skopje), Buchim (Radovish), Lopate (Kumanovo), and somewhat later in Pelagonia and Ohrid, where primitive pottery has been discovered, prove that a native cultural tradition-though a tradition susceptible to outside influences, especially from the east-developed in Macedonia. This Neolithic development was discontinued at the beginning of the second millennium B.C. in the early transition from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age (2600-1200 B.C.). Sites from this period have been discovered in Macedonia at Skopje, Crnobuka, Shuplevac and Bakarno Gumno. The discoveries at these sites include stone houses, pottery with smooth coatings, graphite-painted ornaments, roughly stylized seated figures and roughly-modeled figures with an opening on the upper part and a modeled head.

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