Kavadarci

What is Kavadarci known for?


artists

Ensemble (Musical ensemble) is composed of 115 members and performs choreographed folk songs and dances throughout the country and abroad. City Museum and Gallery Built in 1973 and opened to the public in 1976, the City Museum houses many historical, archaeological (Archaeology) and cultural exhibits. The gallery (Art gallery) showcases work from local and international artists, organising five to eight exhibitions each year. Sport Kavadarci is the home of several sports

Hungary Zalaegerszeg, Hungary * '''Denizli''' in Turkey. Other notable group was Bisbez, which was influenced by The Beatles and other 1960s artists. It was formed

were Saraceni and Badmingtons, both led by Vladimir Petrovski Karter. Later he switched to a more mainstream sound and formed the group Aleksandar Makedonski (Alexander The Great). The New Wave music scene featured artists such as the ska group Cilindar, Usta na usta and Tokmu taka. Tokmu taka's vocalist Ljupčo ''Bubo'' Karov from Kavadarci later became popular as an actor of the comedy TV show K-15, while Usta na usta's member Aleksandar Prokopiev became


rock progressive

in 1964 by merging two previously existing bands Biseri (meaning ''Pearls'') and Bezimeni (''No Names''). During the 1970s notable groups were Pu, Ilinden 903, Den za Den, Leva patika, Triangl, Torr and others. Most of them were into hard rock, progressive rock, folk rock, symphonic rock, jazz rock and funk rock. The late 1970s saw the emergence of punk rock. The first punk rock band was Fol Jazik, formed in Skopje in 1978. During the 1980s other notable punk groups


progressive rock

in 1964 by merging two previously existing bands Biseri (meaning ''Pearls'') and Bezimeni (''No Names''). During the 1970s notable groups were Pu, Ilinden 903, Den za Den, Leva patika, Triangl, Torr and others. Most of them were into hard rock, progressive rock, folk rock, symphonic rock, jazz rock and funk rock. The late 1970s saw the emergence of punk rock. The first punk rock band was Fol Jazik, formed in Skopje in 1978. During the 1980s other notable punk groups


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radio friendly

a prominent writer. Notable heavy metal (Heavy metal music) artists were the groups Karamela and Concorde, the latter being remembered for their more radio-friendly megahit ''Visoki štikli i crni čorapi'' (''High Heels and Black Stockings''). Its guitarist Venko Serafimov later started a successful solo career. The synthpop trio Bastion (Bastion (band)) which featured Kiril Džajkovski was one of the most important 1980s acts. Another notable 1980's act was Haos in Laos. The pop


red representing

participants In the first week of September of each year a festival called "Tikveški Grozdober" (Тиквешки гроздобер, lit. ''Tikveš grape picking'') is held for several days marking the beginning of the wine grape harvest in the Tikveš region and commemorating the liberation of Kavadarci. Such is the importance of this fruit, the city flag is composed of six circles in white and red representing the town’s most abundant and important produce. Tikveški Grozdober


prolific

(45 km²) for the cultivation of grapes. The country is the seventh largest exporter of wine to the EU (European Union) from outside the region. Of the total harvested crop in Kavadarci, 80% are wine grapes and 20% are table grapes. The Tikveš winery processes up to 55 million km of grapes to produce approximately 35 million litres of wine each year. Although the largest and most prolific, Tikveš is by no means the only winery in the city: Others


numerous buildings

the Hellenic (Hellenic civilization) period; being on the main road of Via Egnatia that led from the Danube to the Aegean Sea meant it became an important military, economic and cultural hub. The establishment of a mint (mint (coin)) during the Roman (Ancient Rome) period aided in its prosperity and achieving the status of municipium, denars and coins reading “Municipium Stobensium” were also produced in this area. Numerous buildings and monuments of this era such as a theatre


wine

blank1_info footnotes '''Kavadarci''' ( ) is a town in the Tikveš region of the Republic of Macedonia. In the heart of Macedonia’s wine country, it is home to the largest winery in southeastern Europe, Official Tikveš Winery Website named after the Tikveš plain. The town of Kavadarci

and one official web site operate in Kavadarci: They are KTV 41 and TVT, Radio Galaxy FM and Radio Kavadarci FM, and www.kavadar4e.com. All five are privately owned. Industry Wine Kavadarci’s most famous export is wine, the city being home to the largest winery in south-eastern Europe. Vineyards in the region cover a total area of , producing up to 85,000 tons of grapes annually. The Tikveš winery is one of the oldest winery

wineries in the Republic of Macedonia processing up to 55 million kilograms of grapes to produce approximately 35 million litres of wine each year. Of the 38,000 citizens, it is estimated that up to 85% are involved with the growing of grapes. thumb 230px left Vineyards near Kavadarci (File:Vineyards near Kavadarci.jpg) The tradition of wine making and grape growing in the Tikveš region date as far back as the 4th century BC. The industry thrived during medieval times


hard rock

in 1964 by merging two previously existing bands Biseri (meaning ''Pearls'') and Bezimeni (''No Names''). During the 1970s notable groups were Pu, Ilinden 903, Den za Den, Leva patika, Triangl, Torr and others. Most of them were into hard rock, progressive rock, folk rock, symphonic rock, jazz rock and funk rock. The late 1970s saw the emergence of punk rock. The first punk rock band was Fol Jazik, formed in Skopje in 1978. During the 1980s other notable punk groups

Kavadarci

'''Kavadarci''' ( ) is a town in the Tikveš region of the Republic of Macedonia. In the heart of Macedonia’s wine country, it is home to the largest winery in southeastern Europe, Official Tikveš Winery Website named after the Tikveš plain. The town of Kavadarci is the seat of Kavadarci Municipality. Situated near Kavadarci is Macedonia's largest artificial lake, Lake Tikveš.

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