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  • proper n. A town in the south-east of the Republic of Macedonia.


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  • Nikole, Tetovo, Titov Veles, Valandovo, Vinica note: in September 1996, the Macedonian Assembly passed legislation changing the territorial division of the country; names of the 123 new municipalities are not yet available

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • "We are an infantry unit, but we are here for peace keeping operations and keeping the peace in Afghanistan," said Mitevski, a native of Valandovo, Macedonia.

    America's North Shore Journal


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