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Love story of Ataturk and Eleni – a tourist attraction

Love story of Ataturk and Eleni – a tourist attraction

The story of unfulfilled love between Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and a beautiful girl from Bitola Eleni Karinte, called Balkan Romeo and Juliet by many, happened at the end of XIX century but still attracts attention...
Young photographers from Macedonia and Greece compete for best picture

Young photographers from Macedonia and Greece compete for best picture

Tranquility, a rarely seen beauty, but also disorder of the unkempt and remote Mariovo, have always been attractive to artists from all over the world andMacedonia. The area that has more houses than population  inspires...
Neighbours solve problems together

Neighbours solve problems together

Municipalities near the border between Greece and Macedonia set an example that these neighbouring nations can raise the level of their relations above politics. Local self-government on both sides of the border are intensifying cooperation...
The Mayor of Thessaloniki proclaimed Mayor of the Month for October 2012 in international internet vote

The Mayor of Thessaloniki proclaimed Mayor of the Month for October 2012 in international internet vote

Yiannis Boutaris, the Mayor of Greece’s second largest city (just over 1 million inhabitants) has been voted by open public voting via the website citymayors.com as best Mayor for the month October 2012. During the...
Bitola expects a return of the guests from Greece to Sirok Sokak

Bitola expects a return of the guests from Greece to Sirok Sokak

For years the Greek people were traditionally coming to Bitola in large numbers to buy clothes and shoes, to use the services of the hairdressers, the dentists, the gynecologists and even to repair their cars....
Feel the pulse of Sirok Sokak

Feel the pulse of Sirok Sokak

There are at least a hundred reasons why you should visit Bitola and a hundred more that will make you come back again. All the peoples and tribes that passed through the Balkans left something...