August 02, 2018, Day of the Republic. On this day, 115 years from the Ilinden uprising of the Macedonian people against the Ottoman Empire and 74 years of the ASNOM Constituent Assembly for the establishment of the modern Republic of Macedonia were marked. The main manifestation for celebrating the holiday was held in Krushevo. But […]

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The Galičnik Wedding Festival is an annual festival held in the Macedonian village of Galičnik near the city of Debar in which a selected couple gets married in the traditional “Galichka” style wedding. Traditionally the wedding lasted for 5 days with the main activities on St. Peter’s Day (12 July) every year. It was the […]

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These days, following the information on the so-called name agreement between the prime ministers of the Republic of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev and the Republic of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, in a political broadcast, I came across information about Prof. Dr. Antonis Liakos. He is a leading history professor at the Department of History and Archaeology at […]

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Macedonia today faces defilement, complete dispossession of identity and finally what is to follow is the erosion of its existence from the map of the world. The operation will end with the signing of the agreement by the Quisling Government installed instead of the winners of the December parliamentary elections in 2016 by the Great […]

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Written by Andrew Korybko on 2018-06-13 The Liberal-Globalists are carrying out another socio-political experiment in the Balkan petri dish, this time using the Macedonians as lab rats for testing how to most effectively erode a people’s identity before rolling out their weaponized model for replicating this on a continental scale, which they hope will enable […]

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The Vardar failed to beat Montpellier to enter the final. The match was exhausting and uncertain until the last second. In the end, Vardar lost with a goal difference in result 27:28 for Montpellier. In the other semifinal match, PSG lost to Nantes with four goals difference. That match ended with a score of 32:28 for Nantes. In […]

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Tomorrow 4 May marks the 115th anniversary of the death of one of Macedonia’s greatest sons. On this date, in 1903, Goce Delchev and his company, betrayed by traitors, died in an uneven battle with the Turkish police in the village of Banica (a former village in Ser, Aegean Macedonia today Greece). The battle Before […]

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