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The Daily Macedonian

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Transcript of The Daily Macedonian

"There is nothing impossible to him who tries."- Alexander the Great
Eastern Orthodox is the religion most practiced here.
The mountainous terrain is a new tourist attraction
Vol XCIII, No. 311
The biggest city of 500,000 is the capital
Skopje is the capital
Utrins ki Vesnik
Monday, November 7, 2016
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Parts of Holy Cross found in Kichevo
Alexander the Great once ruled here
The Parliamentary Democracy government is controlled by Gjorge Ivanov
Mother Teresa is from here
Mother Teresa was born in Skopje on August 26, 1910.
Skopje, the biggest city, is the nation's capital. Skopje is believed to have been first settled around 4000 B.C.
Our mountainous terrain becomes a big tourist attraction in Macedonia.
Parts of the Holy Cross found in Kichevo.
65% of Macedonians practice Eastern Orthodox, Muslim is 35%, Christianity is 4%, and 1% is other religions.
Gjorge Ivanov, Macedonia's president, is the head of the country. A Parliamentary Democracy is a government where voters elect the parliament. The prime minister are beholden to the people of the country.
Alexander the Great ruled here from 356-323 B.C.
The Climate and Economy
The climate is a lot like ours. Macedonia has very hot summers with harsh, bitter winters. Macedonia has almost 40% of their people below the poverty line. The main agriculture products are grapes, wine, tobacco, vegetables, eggs, and milk.
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