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Transcript of Macedonia

Where is Macedonia?
Macedonia is a country in southern Europe, in the heart of the Balkans.

Other facts about
Food- one of Macedonia's traditional dishes is tavche gravche that has boiled beans, and veggies.

Traditional clothing colors- bright red and yellow.
Macedonia's climate has an average weather temperature of 75 degrees in the Summer. The average temperature in the Winter is 35 degrees.
Macedonia has many resources such as, low-grade iron ore, copper, lead, zinc, nickel, silver, gold, timber, arable land and many other resources.
What is Macedonia known for?
Macedonia is known for Alexander the Great, their historic buildings, including the National Gallery of Macedonia.
By: Adeline Webster 6W
Macedonia has several
industries, here are just a few of them.

Macedonia has several industries,
such as agriculture food prossesing
construction, and the textile industry.
Macedonia has 4 religions . Macedonia- Orthodox 64.7%, Muslim 33.3%, other Christian 0.37%, and other
religions 1.63%.
Macedonia's government
is the Parliamentary democracy.

Macedonia's geograhy is very beautiful,
with it's mountainous country and small
basins used for agricultue and farm land.
Macedonia is a land-locked country and is just slightly smaller than our state of
Vermont. Macedonia's population is 2.107 million people.
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