Struga

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literary works

He was a writer and collector of folk literary works. His family moved to Prilep from village of Oreovec. His father, Kosta, lived in Kruševo for a period of time, where Marko Cepenkov was born. Since his father was a traveler


poem quot

Parlichev translated his award-winning poem "The Serdar" into Bulgarian in an attempt to popularize his earlier works, which were written in Greek, among the Bulgarian audience. He also wrote another poem "Skenderbeg", and his autobiography. islands none cities Ohrid, Struga (Macedonia) Pogradec (Albania) reference thumb left Lake Ohrid (File:LakeOhridViewFromAlbania.JPG) There are three cities


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census, the city of Struga has 16,559 inhabitants and the ethnic composition was the following: Macedonian census, language and religion Censuses of population 1948 - 2002 *Macedonians, 8,901 (53.7%) *Albanians, 5,293 (32.0%) *Turks, 907 (5.5%) *Vlachs, 550 (3.3%) *others, 908 (5.5%) The mother tongues of the city's residents were the following: *Macedonian, 9,665 (58.4%) *Albanian, 5,615


remarkable collection

returned to Ohrid and began teaching. 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


poetry

; 11,475 ! colspan "2" 14,325 ! colspan "2" 16,037 ! colspan "2" 16,559 - History In the late 19th and early 20th century, Struga was part of the Manastir Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire. From 1929 to 1941, Struga was part of the Vardar Banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Culture !-- Deleted image removed: thumb left Struga Poetry Evenings (File:Struga Poetry Evenings logo Macedonia.png) international festival logo

. -- Struga is also a place of important cultural significance in the Republic of Macedonia, as it is the birthplace of the poets Konstantin and Dimitar Miladinov (Miladinov Brothers). The main event of the cultural life in Struga is the world's largest poetry gathering, Struga Poetry Evenings, whose laureates have included several Nobel Prize for Literature winners such as Joseph Brodsky, Eugenio Montale, Pablo Neruda, Seamus Heaney, Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca and many

;, at the estuary of the river Crn Drim it is located the biggest 5 star Hotel Drim in Struga. Out of the town there is another tourist place near the lake called Biser (Pearl), also a hotel. Every August the Struga Poetry Evenings (SPE) are held at the "Poetry Bridge" ( ;Churches ''Jелена Павловска, Наташа Ниќифоровиќ и Огнен


culture including

look novina article.tpl?IdLanguage 1&IdPublication 2&NrArticle 70219&NrIssue 363&NrSection 10 Dimitar Miladinov was born in Struga, Ottoman Empire, in 1810. His mother was Sultana and father Hristo Miladinov. With the assistance from friends, Dimitar was sent to Yanina, at that time, a prominent Greek educational center. He had absorbed much of the Greek culture including their classics, and became proficient in the Greek language. In 1829, he stayed in the Saint Naum


cultural life

. -- Struga is also a place of important cultural significance in the Republic of Macedonia, as it is the birthplace of the poets Konstantin and Dimitar Miladinov (Miladinov Brothers). The main event of the cultural life in Struga is the world's largest poetry gathering, Struga Poetry Evenings, whose laureates have included several Nobel Prize for Literature winners such as Joseph Brodsky, Eugenio Montale, Pablo Neruda, Seamus Heaney, Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca and many


great location

: www.hotelmontenegro.mk email address Dimce Kovaceski 20 lat long directions phone +389 46 780 330 tollfree fax price Sgl dbl tpl €19 30 45 (2014) checkin checkout content New family-run hotel on a great location. *


century putting

on the lake's shores: Ohrid and Struga on the Macedonian side; Pogradec in Albania. There are also several fishing villages, although tourism is now a more significant part of their income. The catchment area of the lake has a population of around 170,000 people, with 131,000 people living directly at the lake shore (43,000 in Albania and 88,000 in Macedonia). The population in the catchment has increased greatly by 100,000 people in the last half century, putting the lake's fragile ecosystem


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%201948-2002.asp Censuses of population 1948 - 2002 ''' -bgcolor "#e0e0e0" ! rowspan "2" Ethnic group ! colspan "2" census 1948 ! colspan "2" census 1953 ! colspan "2" census 1961 ! colspan "2" census 1971 ! colspan "2" census 1981 ! colspan "2" census 1994 ! colspan "2" census 2002 -bgcolor "#e0e0e0" ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % ! Number

! % ! Number ! % ! Number ! % - Macedonians (Macedonians (ethnic group)) align "right" .. align "right" .. align "right" 2,194 align "right" 43.9 align "right" 3,423 align "right" 49.9 align "right" 6,215 align "right" 54.2 align "right" 8,002 align "right" 55.9 align "right" 9,433 align "right" 58.9 align "right"

Struga

'''Struga''' ( ) is a town and popular tourist destination situated in the south-western region of the Republic of Macedonia, lying on the shore of Lake Ohrid. The town of Struga is the seat of Struga Municipality.

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