Bitolj


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Bitolj

(Macedonian ˈbitolj) or

Bitola

n
(Placename) a city in SW Macedonia: under Turkish rule from 1382 until 1913 when it was taken by the Serbs. Pop: 77 000 (2005 est)
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On the day of the 2-year anniversary of the tragedy, Vladimirov told the Bulgarian National Radio, BNR, he saw three different versions in the case's outcome: the trial to conclude very quickly after the magistrates rule there have been serious violations of the law and return it with instructions to the Ohrid Court; the Prosecutor's Office to increase the number of defendants, based on the conclusions of the higher instance, and the case to referred to a second instance a the Appellate Court in the Macedonian town of Bitolj.
Among the most prominent guests were: King Aleksandar I, (10) His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Dimitrije, Bishop Josif from Bitolj, members of the government, and academic and patriotic organizations.
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