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- proper n. 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,
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.
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.
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.
Before we completely left Kratovo, we made a pit stop to Kuklica (Stone Dolls).
We left in the afternoon on Friday to head to Kratovo.
Friday we are going to Kratovo, where Marija's father was born.