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Bi·to·la

 (bēt′l-yä′, bē′tôl-yä′)
A city of southern Macedonia near the Greek border. It was a major agricultural center in Roman times and an important Turkish military and commercial center in the 15th and 16th centuries.

Bi•to•la

(ˈbiˌtoʊ lɑ)

also Bi•tolj

(-toʊl, -ˌtoʊl yə)

n.
a city in S Macedonia. 137,636. Turkish, Monastir.
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The Tunisian airline is scheduled to start weekly services from Monastir to both Lille
TAP) -- The number of visitors and overnight stays in the governorate of Monastir has improved significantly over last year compared to 2016.
20 spectacles en tout meubleront la programmation de la 44e edition du festival international de Monastir qui se tiendra du 23 juillet au 20 aout 2015 avec en ouverture, un concert de la troupe maghrebine [beaucoup moins que]El Jawq el magharibi[beaucoup plus grand que] avec l'artiste Mahmoud Frih.
Summary: The Rezidor Hotel Group, the Brussels-based hotel management company, announces the Radisson Blu Resort & Thalasso, Monastir in Tunisia.
In 2007, Tunisian government awarded two concessions to TAV, one to upgrade and operate the airport in Monastir, a tourist hub in the north of the country, and another to build, finance and operate a new airport at Enfidha, located in the central eastern part of Tunisia, 45 km away from the Monastir airport.
Tunisia is closer to Birmingham than Malta or Greece, and direct flights now deliver you within three hours to Monastir or Tunis.
And, within the next year, through its 70% owned Cleopatra Monastir Limited subsidiary, the Company hopes to open its Cleopatra Palace Resort - Monastir.
Elle devrait commencer ses vols hebdomadaires de Monastir vers Lille et Nantes, en France, a partir du 7 avril.
Summary: The number of visitors and overnight stays in the governorate of Monastir has improved significantly over last year compared to 2016.
TAP) -- The olive picking season is progressing well in the Monastir governorate with an estimated crop of 91,500 tonnes.
The project consists of the construction, operation, and maintenance of the new Enfidha Zine El Abidine Ben Ali International Airport for an initial capacity of 7 million passengers, and the operation and maintenance of the existing Monastir Airport.
Plusieurs projets, dans le secteur de soins de sante ont ete approuves par les experts du Fonds koweitien pour le developpement economique arabe (KFAED) et l'ambassade du Koweit a Tunis, apres une visite dans les villes cotieres tunisiennes de Monastir et de Sousse.