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Macedonia, officially the Republic of Macedonia, is a country on the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe. It is bordered to the west by Albania, Bulgaria in the east, to the north by Serbia and Kosovo and on the south by Greece. The small Balkan country until 1991 was part of the former Yugoslavia. The capital is Skopje, situated in the north-central part of the country, a few kilometers from the border with Kosovo.

Macedonia is divided traditionally in Eastern Macedonia and Western Macedonia. While the west is very mountainous, east is relatively flat with beautiful valleys and lakes. Macedonia has the south-west, on the border with Albania, part of Lake Ohrid and a part of Lake Prespa, originating from movements of the Earth's crust and declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

The climate of the country over to the continental (cold winters and hot summers) that is prevalent in most of the country, having in its higher areas a typical alpine climate or mountain with long and snowy winters and short, cool summers. In lowland areas, especially in the south, the climate is temperate and is also influenced by the Mediterranean Sea which moderates winter temperatures. The ideal time to visit Macedonia begins from late spring until early autumn. The official language is macedono, but other languages ​​are spoken, such as Albanian, Serbian and turkish.

The capital, Skopje, is the most populous city in Macedonia. Skopje is located on the upper course of the Vardar River and one of the main roads of the Balkans between Central Europe and Greece. On the left bank of the river, stands the oldest part of the city, connected by bridges to the most modern.

It is a cultural center of considerable importance, with academy of sciences and arts. One of the beauties of the capital there are the castle of Skopsko Kalem, is located in the oldest part of Skopje overlooking the Vardar River, is considered one of the most beautiful tourist sites; Mustafa Pasha Mosque with its highly decorated interior and a tower of minaret; The Stone Bridge over the Vardar River, considered one of the most emblematic places of Skopje; The Clock Tower, the tallest clock tower in Macedonia; The Former Ottoman Bazaar, the old Ottoman market that perfectly preserves an example of urban architecture turkish-Ottoman Balkans and finally not to be missed are the baths, situated north of the river. Other attractions near the city are: The ancient Roman aqueduct, which was used to carry water from the springs of the Black Mountains to the baths of the city, the Mavrovo ski area, waterfalls and Smolarski Vodopad Brana Novo Selka.

For those who want to spend a family day out and about nature, can visit the lake and the canyon Matka or Lake Ohrid. Other popular cities in Macedonia Bitola, Veles, Kumanovo, Strumica, Novo Selo and Gevgelija.

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