Bitola

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". On 1 October 1909 he printed the article, "The foundations of a Serbian-Bulgarian rapprochement" in the Magazine "Bulgarian collection" edited by Bulgarian diplomats in St. Petersburg. By the time, a Slavic Festival was held in Sofia in 1910 and Missirkov was attend as its guest of honor. In 1910–1911, he translated from Bulgarian to Russian the book of the Bulgarian geographer Prof. Atanas Ishirkov "Bulgaria". The two brother's educationalist activity and deaths ensured them a worthy place in the history of the Bulgarian cultural movement and the Bulgarian national liberation struggle in the 19th century. The brothers are known also for their keen interest in the Bulgarian folk poetry as a result of which the remarkable collection "Bulgarian Folk Songs" appeared. The songs were collected between 1854 and 1860 mostly by the elder brother, Dimitar, who taught in several Macedonian towns (Ohrid, Struga, Prilep, Kukush and Bitola) and was able to put into writing the greater part of the 660 folk songs. The songs from the Sofia District (Sofia Province) were supplied by the Sofia schoolmaster Sava Filaretov. Those from Panagyurishte area (Panagyurishte municipality), were recorded by Marin Drinov and Nesho Bonchev, but were sent by Vasil Cholakov. Raiko Zhinzifov, who went to Russia with the help of D. Miladinov, was another collaborator. Dimiter and Konstantin Miladinovi were aware of the great significance of the folklore in the period of the National Revival and did their best to collect the best poetic writing which the Bulgarian people had created throughout the ages. *Branch C (Pan-European Corridor Xc): Niš - Sofia - Plovdiv - Dimitrovgrad (Dimitrovgrad, Bulgaria) - Istanbul via Corridor IV *Branch D (Pan-European Corridor Xd): Veles (Veles (city)) - Prilep - Bitola - Florina - Igoumenitsa Épinal participates in town twinning to foster good international relations. Its current partners include: * Wikipedia:Bitola Commons:Category:Bitola


music education

-proeski.memory-of.com example ). A petition is available on-line for Toše Proeski to be remembered by naming educational facilities, like the local Center for Music Education in Bitola, where he had studied to carry his name. Also this petition is to promote an annual humanitarian concert, carrying his name "Toše Proeski" for the poor and disabled and those of desperate need of medical attention. Also, a page for condolences can be found

in 2000 he started to perform more widely in the city of Bitola, where he became popular, and appeared prominently in the local media. He won a youth talent competition in Skopje, shown on 34 TV stations around the Republic of Macedonia. Spirovski studied at the Center for Music Education in Bitola. In 1998, at the age of ten, he sang in the children's festival Si-Do. His first song was called ''Marija'' and was arranged by Dragan Karanfilovski-Bojs and Kire Kostov

. He appeared on MTV (Macedonian Radio-Television) in 1999 with an interview and performance on Pulsi Quiz Show. Spirovski also participated in Tra-la-la music festival in Bitola. Later in 2000 he started to perform more widely in the city of Bitola, where he became popular, and appeared prominently in the local media. He won a youth talent competition in Skopje, shown on 34 TV stations around the Republic of Macedonia. Spirovski studied at the Center for Music Education


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of pine, known as Macedonian pine or pinus peuce, as well as a well-known ski resort. Covering an area of Climate


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shows featuring

and Marjan Nečak, Kire Kostov, Petar Sidovski, Slave Dimitrov, Milko Lozanovski, Aleksandar Džambazov, Ljupčo Mirkovski, Darko Mijalkovski and others. Several TV shows featuring children music exist. The country also takes part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest (Republic of Macedonia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest) and recently achieved the best result- 5th place for their 2007 entry at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007. The city marked a Southern


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century, and the end of World War I to the present. The icons and frescoes were created thanks to voluntary contributions of local businessmen and citizens. The authors of many of the icons had a vast knowledge of iconography schemes of the New Testament. The icons show a great sense of color, dominated by red, green and ochra shades. The abundance of golden ornaments is noticeable and points to the presence of late-Byzantine artwork and baroque style. The icon of Saint Demetrius


published works

classes provided in primary schools and the state funds some Aromanian published works (magazines and books) as well as works that cover Aromanian culture, language and history. The latter is mostly done by the first Aromanian Scientific Society, "Constantin Belemace" in Skopje, which has organized symposiums on Aromanian history and has published papers from them. According to the last census, there were 9,596 Aromanians (0.48% of the total population). There are concentrations in Kruševo 1020 (20%), Štip 2074 (4.3%), Bitola 1270 (1.3%), Struga 656 (1%), Sveti Nikole 238 (1.4%), Kisela Voda 647 (1.1%) and Skopje 2557 (0.5%). http: www.stat.gov.mk pdf kniga_13.pdf A Bishop In 1919, Archimandrite Nikolaj was consecrated Bishop of Žiča but did not remain long in that diocese, being asked to take over the functions of the diocese of Ohrid and Bitola, in Macedonia (Macedonia (country)). Whether that was his own wish is not clear. It was in a way a mission post for the people of the lately-recovered Serbian territory were backward and there was still vestiges of the Ottoman days still prevailing in habit, pagan superstition and even black magic. The proportion of illiteracy was very high and the population was for the most part very poor. He had many difficulties there but a great number of humble folk became attached to him and felt that even to touch his hand was to receive blessing. For many years his seat was the ancient monastery of Sveti Naum at the south end of the Lake Ohrid. It was there he wrote his remarkable ''Ohridski Prologue.'' In 1920, for the third time, he journeyed again in the United States, this time on a mission to organize the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of North America. * Wikipedia:Bitola Commons:Category:Bitola


century romantic

-classical styles. Bitola is a nice place to visit since Pelister National Park is close, the ancient city of Heraklea is there, it has nice Ottoman architecture and 19th century romantic architecture, so some good examples of everything. It can all be done in a day including enjoying coffee on Shirok Sokak, but you have to put aside a separate day for Pelister National Park. The friendly and helpful ''Tourist Information Office'' is on Ulice Sterio Georgiev, just a few metres from the clock tower


creative arts

Kembla . He wrote his first play, ''Full House'', while in his final year at Warrawong High School and then studied creative arts at the University of Wollongong and an acting course at NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art). His second play, ''Say Goodbye to the Past'', premiered at Theatre South in 1985. DATE OF BIRTH 20 January 1964 PLACE OF BIRTH Bitola, Republic of Macedonia DATE OF DEATH 25 November 1989 Andrey Lyapchev started his education in Resen but after the April Uprising of 1876 the local school was shut down by Turkish authorities, following the fate of many other Bulgarian schools in Macedonia. He spent the next three years helping his brother Georgi run his shop in Bitola. Georgi was left to take care of the family after the death of their father. In 1879 Lyapchev signed in the Bitola gymnasium and two years later he moved to the newly-established Bulgarian Men's High School of Thessaloniki. One of his teacher’s there was his fellow-townsman Trayko Kitanchev, who had a significant influence on the young student. After Kitanchev’s dismissal in 1884 Lyapchev left the school and moves to Plovdiv together with his teacher. At the time Plovdiv was the main city of the Autonomous Province of Eastern Rumelia. Kuzman Shapkarev was born in Ohrid in 1834. He was a teacher in a number of Bulgarian schools in Ohrid, Bitola, Prilep, Kukush (Kilkis), Solun (Thessaloniki) (Thessaloniki) (1854-1883). In these towns he was especially active in introducing the Bulgarian language in local schools. Не initiated the establishment of two Bulgarian high schools (Bulgarian Men's High School of Thessaloniki) in Solun in 1882–1883. Fishta participated and was elected for president of the committee in the Congress of Monastir (today Bitola in Macedonia (Macedonia, Republic), then Ottoman Empire) held in 1908. Participants of the congress accepted Fishta's proposal for the Latin Bashkimi alphabet to be the standard Albanian alphabet, rejecting proposals that the Arabic alphabet be used. Wikipedia:Bitola Commons:Category:Bitola


classical music

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Bitola

official_name Bitola other_name Битола nickname Градот На Конзулите "The City of Consuls" motto ''Bitola, babam Bitola'' image_skyline Bitola 2007.JPG imagesize 250px image_caption Širok Sokak street website http: www.bitola.gov.mk image_flag Flag of Bitola Municipality.svg image_blank_emblem Bitola-coat-of-arms.svg blank_emblem_type Coat of arms flag_size 150px pushpin_map Republic of Macedonia map_caption coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_region MK subdivision_type Country subdivision_name subdivision_type1 Region (Statistical Regions of Macedonia) subdivision_name1 25px (File:Logo of Pelagonia Region.svg)Pelagonia region (Pelagonia Statistical Region) subdivision_type2 Municipality (Municipalities of the Republic of Macedonia) subdivision_name2 25px (File:Bitola-coat-of-arms.svg)Bitola municipality blank_name_sec1 Car plates (Vehicle registration plates of the Republic of Macedonia) blank_info_sec1 BT leader_title Mayor leader_name Vladimir Taleski (VMRO-DPMNE) area_total_sq_mi area_total_km2 422.39 population_as_of 2002 population_total 74,550 population approximately 2014 population_metro 105,644 population_density_km2 population_density_sq_mi timezone CET (Central European Time) utc_offset +1 timezone_DST utc_offset_DST timezone1_DST CEST (Central European Summer Time) utc_offset1_DST +2 latd 41 latm 01 lats 55 latNS N longd 21 longm 20 longs 05 longEW E elevation_m +576 elevation_ft postal_code_type Postal codes postal_code 7000 area_code +389 (0)47 blank_name Patron saints blank_info Saint Nectarios of Bitola www.vecer.com.mk Saint Nectarios of Bitola proclaimed new city patron. (26-01-2008) footnotes

'''Bitola''' ( north of the Medžitlija-Níki border crossing with Greece. It is an important junction connecting the south of the Adriatic Sea with the Aegean Sea and Central Europe. It has been known since the Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) period as "the city of the consuls", since many European countries have consulates in Bitola. According to the 2002 census, Bitola is the second largest city (List of cities in the Republic of Macedonia by population) in the country. Macedonian census, language and religion Bitola is also the seat of the Bitola Municipality. Bitola is one of the oldest cities on the territory of the Republic of Macedonia. It was founded as Heraclea Lyncestis in the middle of the 4th century BC by Philip II of Macedon. During the Ottoman rule (Ottoman Empire) the city was the last capital of Ottoman Rumelia.

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