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  1. a close look to goreme open air museum.Read the original story

    Wednesday Dec 3 | TrekEarth

    GOREME OPEN AIR MUSEUM Goreme Open Air MuseumThe Goreme Open-Air Museum resembles a vast monastic complex composed of scores of refectory monasteries placed side-by-side, each with its own fantastic church. It is obviously the first sight to be visited by any traveler in Cappadocia, standing as it does in the very center of the region with easy access from all directions.


  2. Discover homey Thessaloniki, GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | St. Petersburg Times

    There's a running joke in the hysterically funny movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding , in which the family patriarch played by Michael Constantine is able to deconstruct every aspect of life, technology and culture back to a Hellenic root. But there is a kernel of truth to Constantine's lectures on all things Greek.


  3. Macedonia is Next Culinary Hotspot for FoodiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | Travel World News

    Listen up, foodies. Sitting due north of Greece and proximate to Turkey is Macedonia, a yet-to-be-discovered country popping up on the culinary radar thanks to cheese, wine and wild game. 7 comments

  4. Serbian and Macedonian minister discuss military cooperationRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | B92

    The delegations of the Serbian Defense Ministry and the Defense Ministry of the Republic of Macedonia previously met in the Guard House at Topeider on Tuesday and after the two-hour talks, Gasiae told reporters that the two sides managed to achieve an agreement on intensification of military-educational and military-to-military cooperation. "We also discussed exchange of experiences when it comes to participation in peacekeeping operations, utilization of our capacities in bases South and Krusevac and joint unit preparations for emergency situations," the Serbian minister said.


  5. Explainer: How has Ebola evolved? Does airport screening really work?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | The Straits Times

    A health worker scans passengers with a thermal imaging camera upon their arrival at the Alexander the Great airport near Macedonia's capital Skopje on Oct 10, 2014. -- PHOTO: AFP THE spread of Ebola outside West Africa has raised fears that the deadly virus which can only be transmitted through bodily fluids, such as vomit and blood, has become more easily transmissible.


  6. Hello, MacedoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2014 | Northern Life

    Eight LU students travelled to the Republic of Macedonia in May, exploring the capital of Skopje and working alongside students from Saints Cyril and Methodius University. Seven thousand kilometres away from their usual classroom, a group of Laurentian University students spent three weeks this spring on a unique 'field study' course in Geography. 9 comments

  7. Stepped-up Ebola screening starting at NYC's Kennedy airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | CTV

    A health worker scans skin tempperature of the passengers with a thermal imaging camera upon their arrival at Alexander the Great airport near Macedonia's capital Skopje. Oct. 10, 2014.


  8. Britain to screen for Ebola amid possible new cases in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Dallas Morning News

    Concerns about the spread of Ebola grew in Europe on Thursday, as several possible new cases were reported and Britain said it would introduce measures at airports and rail terminals to screen passengers from affected countries. The British move came after the United States announced Wednesday that it would enhance screening methods at five major airports for people arriving from the three West African countries hardest hit by the Ebola virus.


  9. Briton dies 'with Ebola symptoms'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Hampshire Chronicle

    British Army medics take part in an exercise near York before they are sent to Sierra Leone to help tackle the Ebola crisis Medical staff in the state hospital in the capital Skopje are working to establish the cause of the man's death, according to World Health Organisation protocols. A spokesman for the Macedonian foreign ministry said another Briton, thought to be the dead man's friend, was also under observation at the hospital, along with the ambulance crew that treated him.


  10. Briton with Ebola symptoms dies in MacedoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | ABC News

    Macedonia says it is checking for the Ebola virus in a British man who died within hours of being admitted to hospital in the capital Skopje. A Health Ministry official said the man had arrived in the capital Skopje from Britain on October 2 and had been rushed to hospital at 3:00pm local time on Thursday, where he died several hours later.


  11. Ebola outbreak fears spread as Briton with symptoms diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | CBC News

    Police guard the entrance of a quarantined hotel in Skopje on Thursday. A British man showing symptoms of the Ebola virus died in Macedonia on Thursday and authorities said they had sealed off the hotel where he stayed, keeping another Briton and hotel staff inside.


  12. A global perspective on domestic travelRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2014 | Washington Square News

    It is normal for American students who are in a study abroad program to spend some of their free time traveling to nearby cities and countries. Unfortunately, their drive for exploration and adventure seems to be dormant during their stay in New York City.


  13. Colombian animal rights activists target horse-drawn carriagesRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2014 | Big News

    The traditional Spanish-style tours on horse-drawn carriages in the Colombian city of Cartagena have come under scrutiny in the wake of the collapse of four horses this year, with animal rights activists campaigning to shut down the popular tourist attraction. In less than one week, a horse collapsed while drawing a carriage with passengers and another suffered a heart attack and died in the middle of Bocagrande avenue, one of the main areas frequented by visitors.


  14. How many countries will host Euro 2020? Everything you need to know about the voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | IcNetwork

    The FAW will discover today if their bid to host matches at Euro 2020 has been successful. Here's the key details about the decision The decision to stage a 'EURO for Europe' in various major cities throughout the continent follows an initial idea presented by the UEFA President Michel Platini in consultation with UEFA's member associations.


  15. 'Republic of Ilirida' declared in MacedoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2014 | B92

    Former leader of the ethnic Albanian Party for Democratic Action in Macedonia Nevzat Halili on Thursday in Skopje declared "the Republic of Ilirida." Speaking in Skenderbeg Square in Skopje, he said this "republic" was based "on the Constitution of the United States and its preamble that states that each human being has the right to govern itself."


  16. The Painted Mosque and Arabati Baba TekkeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2014 | Neatorama

    Jrgen Horn and Mike Powell are living in Macedonia for 91 days, and recently took a sightseeing trip to the town of Tetovo. There they saw the arena Dzamija, the Painted Mosque.


  17. The makeover that's divided a nationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2014 | BBC News

    Macedonia has embarked on a major revamp of its capital city, Skopje. But the changes have been controversial with some calling the makeover a "crime". 9 comments

  18. Region enjoying profits and growth from tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2014 | SETimes news

    Southeast Europe is connected by historical and traditional ties. But today, tourism is one of the tightest bonds between them that could boost the economic recovery of each of the Balkan countries, according to economists.


  19. Nimetz in Athens without concrete ideas on name disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2014 | EKathimerini

    A day after visiting the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia where he called for a swift solution to the lingering name dispute with Greece, United NationsA' special mediator Matthew Nimetz arrives in Athens on Wednesday for talks at 1p.m. with Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos. 20 comments

  20. Picturesque Qingcheng MountainRead the original story

    Jul 20, 2014 | People's Daily Online

    Qingcheng Mountain is a famous Taoist mountain, and is one of the places where Taoism was originated.