CAREVI KULI – STRUMICA

The locality is located in the South-Eastern part of R.N. Macedonia, on the hill that rises south of the city of Strumica, with an average altitude of 450 m. The plateau extends 210 m in the East-West direction and about 80 m in the North-South direction. From the North-West and South-East sides of the hill, steep slopes descend to the streams Koritniche and St. Elijah. In the past, the plateau had a proper elongated oval shape. Over the last several centuries, two or three landslides, that have cut the plateau, have been created on the East, North, and North-West sides. The last major devastations were probably due to the earthquake that struck the Valandovo region in 1931.

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DMWC Interview with Colonel Zoran Jankovic, Chief of the NATO Liaison Office Skopje

Exploring North Macedonia from north to south and from east to west together with my wife helped us to familiarize ourselves with the country, its culture, history, and traditions. We are leaving with much better knowledge and understanding in all previously mentioned areas. I also have a lot of classmates still on active duty at different positions, which I managed to meet.

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DMWC Slovak Coffee Morning

Beautiful and diverse. Slovakia is writing a new modern story. A story about a forward-looking and innovating country that is able to attract talents and investments. Because it is the ideas that are the biggest treasure in the modern world. If there is something we can be really proud of, it is the power of ideas. So let us introduce Slovakia as a country where ideas are both born and turned into a reality. Let us present our country as a country of good ideas because Slovakia is a Good Idea.

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DMWC Lifestyle lounge interview with Zsuzsanna Gyurina

As an ambassador’s wife, I am privileged to be invited to beautiful places. The whole country is amazing. The mountains, the natural parks, the waterfalls, the monasteries, Ohrid lake, Krusevo, Bitola, Prilep, Dojran, Kokino, Kratovo, and last but not least Skopje and our little panoramic place on a small hill in Bardovci, which is now home to bees.

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