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  • proper noun A town in the north-east of the Republic of Macedonia.

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  • Kratovo, Veles, Monastir, and Ochrida to Bulgaria, all purely Slav districts, while the Czar of Russia was to act as arbitrator with regard to the rest of the region, including Kumanovo, Uskub,

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  • Orthodox clerics Bratan Ivanov, Dimitrije Petrov and Mihailo of Kratovo were registered in historical sources as Serbs upon their arrival in Russia, during the middle phase of Ottoman rule.

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  • Western and local Catholic sources generally acknowledge that Skoplje (today's Skopje, the capital of FYROM) as well as Kratovo, a town located east from Skoplje, have a Serbian character.

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  • Before we completely left Kratovo, we made a pit stop to Kuklica (Stone Dolls).

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  • Orthodox clerics Bratan Ivanov, Dimitrije Petrov and Mihailo of Kratovo were registered in historical sources as Serbs upon their arrival in Russia, during the middle phase of Ottoman rule.

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  • Emboldened, I've set next weekend aside to try Testicles A La Dime Vuk from Kratovo, a bold concoction that attempts to marry "5 pairs of testicles of castrated pigs" with Komovica grape brandy.

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  • Emboldened, I've set next weekend aside to try Testicles A La Dime Vuk from Kratovo, a bold concoction that attempts to marry "5 pairs of testicles of castrated pigs" with Komovica grape brandy.

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  • We left in the afternoon on Friday to head to Kratovo.

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  • Emboldened, I've set next weekend aside to try Testicles A La Dime Vuk from Kratovo, a bold concoction that attempts to marry "5 pairs of testicles of castrated pigs" with Komovica grape brandy.

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  • Western and local Catholic sources generally acknowledge that Skoplje (today's Skopje, the capital of FYROM) as well as Kratovo, a town located east from Skoplje, have a Serbian character.

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