. Text says "Unlocated town in Macedonia, also called Astraion, mentioned by Ptolemy and Pliny" by Ptolemy and Pliny (Pliny the Elder). It was later known as ''Tiveriopolis''; it received its present name from the Slavic (Slavic peoples) settlers of the Middle Ages. In modern Greek the town is known as Στρώμνιτσα (''Strómnitsa''), and its name in Turkish (Turkish language) is ''Ustrumca''. History right 310px thumb Strumica at the end of the 19th century. (File:Strumica street.jpg) Ancient period According to archeological research, the beginning of continuous life in Strumica dates back to 6th millennium B.C., a fact proved by the neolith settlement Stranata near the village Angelci, as well as by the findings from the Czar’s Towers site
until it was deemed likely to survive. When the baby first cried out, a midwife went into the street and asked a stranger for a name. The stranger proposed ''Andromaha'' (Andromache), but this was rejected as "too Greek", so the second stranger's proposal, ''Vangelia'' (Vangelis, , "herald of the good news (true news (Christianity))", from the components ευ- meaning "true" and άγγελος which means "
quarters are of a free-style construction. They attract with the warmth of the wood used, shaped in a 19th century old-urban style. '''Dojran''' ( ) was a city located on the western shore of Dojran Lake in the south-eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia. Today, it is collective name for two villages that exist on the territory of the ruined city: Nov (New) Dojran (settled from the end of World War I to World War II) and Star
right 310px thumb Strumica at the end of the 19th century. Ancient period According to archeological research, the beginning of continuous life in Strumica dates back to 6th millennium B.C., a fact proved by the neolith settlement Stranata near the village Angelci, as well as by the findings from the Czar’s Towers site nearby Strumica, where traces of a prehistoric culture which existed from the late a neolith until early Bronze Age (early 4th to mid 3rd millennium B.C.) were
first P title Rebellion of Peter and Boyan in 976 and struggle of the Cometopuli with Byzantium (Vosstanie Petra i Boyana v 976 i borba Komitopulov s Vizantiei, Восстание Петра и Бояна в 976 г. и борьба Комитопулов с Византией) journal Byzantinobulgarica issue 1 year 1962 pages 130–132 language Russian Some records suggest that David played a major role in this tumultuous period of Bulgarian history. Zlatarski, p. 615. * Struma (river) Struma
on several occasions, settling to IMRO in 1920. IMRO fought not only against the Ottoman authorities, but also against the pro-Serbian and pro-Greek parties in Macedonia, terrorising the population supporting them. Serbia's gain in territory The eastern frontier of Serbia was drawn from the summit of Patarika, on the old frontier, and followed the watershed between the Vardar and the Struma (Struma (river)) rivers to the Greek-Bulgarian boundary, except that the upper valley
quarters are of a free-style construction. They attract with the warmth of the wood used, shaped in a 19th century old-urban style. '''Dojran''' (
and what I saw that night was masked people running house–to–house, with laughter, scream and song“. Buy *
river (Struma). The Strymonites were independent until the 9th century, following a Byzantine reconquest. From 845 to 855, the Byzantine military administrator of the Bregalnica-Strumica region was Methodius. Later on, the Strumica region was conquered by Bulgarian Khan Boris I (852-889). The Strumica region remained part of the Bulgar state until 1014, when it was retaken by the Byzantines. In the 11th century, written sources begin to refer to the town as Slavic ''Strumica''. By the end
. The one-time governor of Thessalonica, Syrgiannes Palaeologos, had deserted to the side of the Serbians and aided their advance in to Macedonia. The Serbs, led by Syrgiannes, advanced as far as Thessalonica, but there Syrgiannes was betrayed and killed the by the Byzantine general Sphrantzes Palaiologos. This brought the Serbian army into disarray. Norwich, John Julius. ''Byzantium: The Decline and Fall'' (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1996) p. 283-284 In August of 1334
Stefan Dusan and Andronikos made peace, and the forces of Andronikos were allowed to retake control of those parts of Macedonia that Syrgiannes had captured. Norwich. ''Byzantium: The Decline and Fall'' p. 284 Agriculture is encouraged by the significant water resources, managed by dams and canals. The presence of hot springs of volcanic origin can heat the greenhouses in winter, particularly in the Strumica region, whose products include tomatoes
'''Goran Pandev''' ( ; born 27 July 1983 in Strumica, Socialist Republic of Macedonia, Yugoslavia), is a Macedonian (Republic of Macedonia) footballer who plays as a forward (Forward (association football)) for Italian (Italy) Serie A club Napoli (S.S.C. Napoli) on loan from Internazionale (F.C. Internazionale Milano). He is also considered a key player for the Macedonian national team (Macedonia national football team).
DATE OF BIRTH 27 July 1983 PLACE OF BIRTH Strumica, SFR Yugoslavia DATE OF DEATH