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North Macedonia

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Северна Македонија

Македонски Северна Македонија[1]

Северна Македонија е држава со парламентарна демократија. Се наоѓа во Југоисточна Европа, во центарот на Балканскиот Полуостров. Главен град е Скопје. Република Северна Македонија е само дел од етничка Македонија, и опфаќа околу 38% од нејзината територија. Република Северна Македонија на исток граничи со Бугарија, на север со Србија и Косово, на запад со Албанија, и на југ со Грција. Должината на границите е вкупно 766 km, и тоа со: Албанија 151 km; Бугарија 148 km; Грција 246 km; Србија 221 km.

English North Macedonia - Republic of North Macedonia

The Republic of North Macedonia is a landlocked country on the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by ► Serbia and ► Kosovo to the north, ► Albania to the west, ► Greece to the south, and ► Bulgaria to the east. The capital is Skopje, with 500,000 inhabitants, and there are a number of smaller cities, notably Bitola, Prilep, Tetovo, Kumanovo, Ohrid, Veles, Štip, Kočani, Gostivar and Strumica. It has more than 50 natural and artificial lakes and sixteen mountains higher than 2,000 meters (6,550 ft) above sea level.


Short name  North Macedonia
Official name Republic of North Macedonia
Status Independent country since 1991
Location South East Europe
Capital Скопје (Skopje)
Population 2,076,255 inhabitants
Area 25,713 km²
Major languages Macedonian (official), Albanian
Major religions Orthodoxy
More information Republic of North Macedonia, Geography of the Republic of North Macedonia, History of the Republic of North Macedonia and Politics of the Republic of North Macedonia
More images Republic of North Macedonia - Republic of North Macedonia (Category).

General maps

LocationNorthMacedonia.svg Location map of the Republic of North Macedonia
North Macedonia (orthographic projection).svg Location map of the Republic of North Macedonia
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English: Map of the Republic of North Macedonia
Македонски: Карта на Република Северна Македонија
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English: Map of the Republic of North Macedonia
Македонски: Карта на Република Северна Македонија
000 Maqedonia harta.PNG Blank map of the Republic of North Macedonia
Macedonia map blank.png Blank map of the Republic of North Macedonia
Macedonia map modern.png Blank map of the Republic of North Macedonia
Flag map of North Macedonia.svg Map of North Macedonia in the colors of the Flag of the Republic of North Macedonia.
North Macedonia, administrative divisions - en - monochrome.svg Statistical Regions
Statistical Regions Map-Macedonia.png Statistical Regions
Macedonia-map.png Municipalities of the Republic of North Macedonia
Blank map of Macedonia.png Municipalities of the Republic of North Macedonia
Map of the Macedonian municipalities.png Municipalities of the Republic of North Macedonia
Map of the municipalities of Macedonia (2004-2013).svg Municipalities of the Republic of North Macedonia
MIHPM(MG).png Cities of the Republic of North Macedonia

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day North Macedonia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day North Macedonia.

Maps of the history of the Republic of North Macedonia

  History of the Republic of North Macedonia, Classical antiquity compared to modern borders
  Paeonia (kingdom), tribes and Environs prior to Greek conquest
  Paeonia (kingdom), tribes and Environs prior to Greek conquest
  Paeonia & Environs
  Paeonia (kingdom), tribes and Environs prior to Greek conquest
  Paeonia (kingdom), tribes and Environs prior to Greek conquest
  Paeonia (kingdom), tribes and Environs prior to Greek conquest (svg)
  Paeonians in 350 BC
  early Hellenistic period (around 336 BC)
  Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of present-day territory of the Republic of North Macedonia
  Roman Republic 100 BCE
  Map of the Roman Empire in 50
  The extent of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire;
  133 BC
  44 BC (late Republic, after conquests by republican generals)
  AD 14 (death of Augustus)
  117 (maximum extension)
  Map of the Roman Empire in 116
  Roman Empire in 117
  Roman Empire divided 395, showing the dioceses and praetorian prefectures of Gaul, Italy, Illyricum and Oriens (east), roughly analogous to the four Tetrarch zones of influence after Diocletian's reforms.
  The division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
  Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
  Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
  Division of the Roman Empire in 406
  Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire, c.476
  Eastern Roman Empire
  Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
  Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
  Map of the changes in borders of the Byzantine Empire
  Byzantine Empire, 550
  The origin and dispersion of the Slavs in the 5-10th centuries
  Slavs, 6th-7th century
  Ethnic map of the territory of present-day Republic of North Macedonia, 6th-8th century (according to the historical atlas for schools, published in Belgrade in 1970, representing a view of Yugoslav historians from that time)
  Kuber in Macedonia, 7th century
  Slavs, 7th-8th century
  Presence of South Slavic tribes in the Balkans, c. 700
[[|border|251x400px]] The "Sklavinias" in the Balkans, 7th - 8th century
  South Slavic tribes in 814
  South Slavic tribes in 814
  Devol province, 9th-10th century
  Empire of tsar Samuil (997-1014), with capital in Ohrid
  The Patriarchate of Ohrid in 1020
  The Byzantine Empire under Basil II, c. 1025
  Byzantine Empire, 1025
  Uprising of Peter Delyan in 1040
  Uprising of Peter Delyan in 1040
  The Byzantine Empire at the accession of Alexios I Komnenos, c. 1081
  Map of the Byzantine Empire under Manuel Komnenos, c.1170.
  Byzantine Empire, 1180
  Border of Bulgarian Empire in Ohrid region in 1204
  The despotate of Epirus from 1205 to 1230
  Bulgarian Empire and despotate of Epirus from 1230 to 1251
  The Byzantine Empire in 1265 (William R. Shepherd, Historical Atlas, 1911).
  Byzantine Empire in 1265
  The despotate of Epirus and Bulgarian Empire from 1252 to 1315
  The despotate of Epirus and Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje from 1315 to 1358
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1350
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1350
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje
[[|border|251x400px]] Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1355
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1355
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1355
  Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje and Byzantine Empire in 1355
  Map of the Serbian Empire in 1360 with territory ruled by Vukašin and Uglješa Mrnjavčević
  Realms of King Marko Mrnjavčević and Constantine Dragaš (1373-1395)
  Realms of King Marko Mrnjavčević and Constantine Dragaš in the 14th century
  Realm of King Marko Mrnjavčević in the 14th century
  Realm of Constantine Dragaš in the 14th century
  Map of archaeological sites in Macedonia from the Middle Ages.
  Growth of the Ottoman Empire
  Growth of the Ottoman Empire
  Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Map of the Ottoman Empire, 1566
  Location of the Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Map of the Ottoman Empire, 1801
  Balkans after 1856
  Ethnograhic map of the Balkans, 1861
  The Spread of Slavs in the Balkan Peninsula (1869)
  Ethnic map of the Southwestern Balkan Peninsula (1890)
  The ethnicities of the Balkan Peninsula in 1897
  The ethnicities of the Balkan Peninsula in the late 19th century
  Ilinden–Preobrazhenie Uprising in 1903
  Ottoman provinces in 1905
  Ottoman province of Kosovo with capital in Skopje in 1905
  Ottoman province of Kosovo with capital in Skopje, 1881-1912
  Map of the region contested by Serbia and Bulgaria and subject to the arbitration of the Russian Tsar
  First Balkan War in 1912
  Serbia after Balkan wars in 1913
  Serbia after Balkan wars in 1913
  Territory of present-day Republic of North Macedonia within the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1919
  Western Outlands in 1919
[[|border|251x400px]] After World War I, territory of present-day Republic of North Macedonia was included into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1918, which was renamed into Yugoslavia in 1929. This is a map of provinces of Yugoslavia in 1930, showing Vardar Banovina with capital in Skopje
  Vardar Banovina within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929
  Vardar Banovina within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929
  Vardar Banovina within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929
  Vardar Banovina within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929
  Vardar Banovina within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929
  Occupation and division of Vardar Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2 (1941)
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2 (1941)
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2 (1943)
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2
  Occupation and division of Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania in WW2
  February campaign of the Liberation army of Macedonia in 1944
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia (number 6)
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  Division of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with Socialist Republic of Macedonia
  An animated series of maps showing the breakup of the second Yugoslavia
  Wartime in former Yugoslavia, 1992
  Wartime in former Yugoslavia, 1992
  Map of the Republic of North Macedonia in the colors of the former flag (1992-1995)
  Kosovo refugees in Macedonia in 1999
  2001 insurgency in Macedonia
  Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders (as of 2006)
  Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders (as of 2007)

Maps of the history of the wider geographical region of Macedonia

Not to be confused with the modern Republic of North Macedonia
  Map of historical Macedonia region
  Map of historical Macedonia region
  Map of historical Macedonia region
  Map of historical Macedonia region
  Definitions of the name Macedonia through the history
  Definitions of the name Macedonia through the history
  Macedonia in 400 AD
  Borders of Region of Macedonia according to different authors (1843-1927)
  Ethnographic Map of the Balkans by G. Lejean (ca. 1861)
  Ethnographic map of Macedonia in 1892
  Bulgarian Ethnographic map of the modern Macedonia region, 19th century
  Serbian Ethnographic map of the modern Macedonia region, 19th century
  Ethnographic map of Macedonia in 1900
  Division of Macedonia region between the Balkan states, 1913

Old maps

  The wider geographical Macedonia region, 1885

Ethnic and linguistic maps

  Serb settlements (and enclaves) of Rumelia, 18th century
  Ethnic map, 1981
  Ethnic map, 1991
  Ethnic map, 1991
  Ethnic map, 2002
  Albanians in Macedonia, 2002
  Roma people in Macedonia, 2002
  Roma people in Macedonia, 2002
  Macedonian language
[[|border|251x400px]] Macedonian language
  Dialects of Macedonian language
  Torlakian dialects
  Shopluk ethnolinguistic region
  Vlach language in Macedonia

Other maps

  Railway map

Regional maps

  Ohrid and Prespa lakes topographic map
  Prespa lakes region
  Prespa valley

Satellite maps

  Satellite image of North Macedonia in December 2002

Notes and references

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  1. Romanization: Makedonija.

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