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Macedonia Latitude Facts: 41.614756097561 and Macedonia Longitude Facts: 21.5531707317073

Macedonia Regions are: Aracinovo Belcista Berovo Bitola Bogdanci Bogomila Bogovinje Capari Caska Cegrane Cucer-Sandevo Debar Delcevo Delogozdi Demir Hisar Dobrusevo Dolneni Drugovo Gevgelija Gostivar Gradsko Jegunovce Kamenjane Karpos Kavadarci Kicevo Kocani Konce Konopiste Kosel Kriva Palanka Krivogastani Krusevo Kumanovo Labunista Lipkovo Lozovo Makedonska Kamenica Makedonski Brod Mavrovi Anovi Meseista Negotino Negotino-Polosko Novo Selo Ohrid Orasac Orizari Oslomej Petrovec Plasnica Prilep Probistip Radovis Resen Rosoman Rostusa Samokov Saraj Sopiste Srbinovo Star Dojran Stip Struga Strumica Studenicani Sveti Nikole Tetovo Topolcani Valandovo Veles Vevcani Vranestica Vratnica Zelenikovo Zelino Zitose Zletovo Zrnovci

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CIT.DIRECTORY Source: CIA - The World Factbook - https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2028.html