Σάββατο, 12 Σεπτεμβρίου 2009

MAKEDONIA

For the friends who are out of Greece:
Makedonia is the biggest region of Greece and the 2nd populous in Greece.It is inhabited by 3,000,000 Makedonians.

The region got the name from Makedona son of Zeus and Theia.

Makedonas in greek means the tall man.
Philip in greek means the friend of the horses.
Alexander in greek means the one who is captain and proctector of the men.


The greatest geographist of all ages Strabo said that << ...and Makedonia is Greece>>


The tomb of king Philip father of Alexander the Great is located at Vergina which of course is in Greece in about 50km away from Thessaloniki(capital city of Makedonia).Also in the same place there is the tomb of Alexander the Great's son Alexander IV.

Dion which is the place where Alexander the Great and the rest of the greeks(ecxept the Spartans) started the great campaign is of course in Greece and in the region of Makedonia.

Mt. Olympus the mythical mountain that was home of the gods is located in Greece and in the region of Makedonia.

University of Macedonia located at Thessaloniki in Greece and in the region of Makedonia . Of course there is no university in the name above in FYROM .

In Greece all of the above are known even by the stones.Of course, for the skopians all of the above mean nothing because they only want to crate a country with a history or else it will disappear quickly because there are people of many nationalities.

So it is without doubt that for us the Makedonians that we will never accept the Skopje (FYROM) to steal from us our national identity. We aren't making anything more than our ancestors would have done (and not the politics) concentrating peacefully to inform those who don't know the real history(but everything has it's borders, i don't know for how long we can accept the anti-propaganda and the challenges from a country which see only the good side of Greece).


Below there is a map with the regions of Greece
You can see clearly where Makedonia is located

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