No,no i think you don't know exactly how it is. The country that u r talking about is f.y.r.o.m, the former yougoslavian republic. Fyrom is also the officiall name of that republic. Macedonia is for the last 2500 years Greek region until nowdays. Macedonia region in Greece is located in northern Greece,and is about 30% of totaal territorry with more than 2500000 inhabidans which loudly and proudly call themself Greeks from Macedonia.Other than Major Routes in Western Europe map...has anyone found a detailed level map inclusion for Macedonia?
It is certainly not a Greek 'Region', being a Country in it's own right, but may be included in Greece maps
- in what detail though - Street Level or Major Routes?
I have yet to check Eastern / Central / Southern Europe maps & Greece myself...
so kind of hoped 1 or 2 of you may have these loaded & be able to answer the OP (tose_bugi)
People which live in fyrom are most slavic and albanian and have nothing to do with Macedonia, which is greek name, region and history. The slavic part of fyrom called them selfs makedonski to seperate themselfs from Bulgaria which is their true identity.
In an so multinational forum like this, should be used only officiall names of countries and not disputes. Like our britisch friends here, which the call their country UK and not Great Britain, so that, French members don't get insult, because in France you have also a region which called Britagne...
I ask excuses for off topic...
Last edited by yDdraigGoch; 22nd May 2009 at 14:54. Reason: edited out the 'argumentative', remains the information