- n. A city in the south-east of the Republic of Macedonia.
“They also set up civilian internment camps in Sofia and Rakhovo and military prison camps in occupied Serbia, including Nish and Struga.”
“However, the Voice of America quoted Erwan Fouere, the EU ambassador to Macedonia, as saying that there were “reports of a lot of irregularities in the Struga area.””
“The Austrian plan likewise prevented the towns of Struga and Prizren from being joined by a road or by a railway along the Drin; to go from one to the other it became necessary to make an enormous detour.”
“Miladinoff had been born at Struga in Macedonia and educated at Jannina, where he noticed that a number of the names of forests, rivers, villages and ruins sounded odd in Greek -- they seemed to have much more resemblance to the language spoken by the”
“Golubovitch, the innkeeper at Podgoritza, was a native of Struga, and was known always as Jovan Bulgar.”
“The intransigence of the Serb officers was here as blatant as at Struga.”
“They at once started "propaganda," and had the impudence to say that the dialect of Struga was as pure Serb as that of Belgrade.”
“Kustendil, to Struga at the north end of Lake Ochrida, leaving”
“Ochrida and thence beyond the city of Ochrida to Struga on the Black”
“They also defaced a Macedonian flag outside Struga's municipal building, replacing it with a green flag representing Islam.”
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