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Pelagonija (North Macedonia and Greece)

LC control 87001636
Geographic headingPelagonija (North Macedonia and Greece)
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Geographic subdivision usagePelagonija (North Macedonia and Greece)
Variant(s)Pela Onija (North Macedonia and Greece)
Pelagonía (North Macedonia and Greece)
Pelagonian Basins (North Macedonia and Greece)
Pelagonija Valley (Macedonia)
Pelagoniya (North Macedonia and Greece)
Plagonija Plains (North Macedonia and Greece)
See alsoValleys--Greece
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Valleys--North Macedonia
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Found inWork cat.: Vavouskos, K. Hē symvolē tou hellēnismou tēs Pelagonias eis tēn historian tēs neōteras Hellados, 1959.
PREMARC, 3/13/87.
Columbia gazetteer online, March 25, 2019: Pelagonija (valley in Macedonia [i.e., North Macedonia]; extends from Greek border c.25 mi/40 km N, along the Crna Reka; includes Bitola Plain. Chief town, Bitola (Monastir), which gave its name to Monastir Gap, a historic invasion route at S end of the valley. Also spelled Pelagoniya)
Geonet, March 25, 2019: (Pelagonija, approved form, North Macedonia; Pelagonía, approved form, Greece; feature designation: plains; variants: Pelagonian Basins; Pelagoniya; Pela Onija; Plagonija Plains; 41.126819, 21.468291)
Bechev, D. Historical dictionary of the Republic of Macedonia: p. 172 (Pelagonia; valley in the southern part of the Republic of Macedonia and northern Greece; main urban settlements include Bitola, Prilep and Florina/Lerin)
Makedonska enciklopedija, 2009: v. 2, 1128-1129 (Pelagonija; very big valley; urban centers are Bitola, Prilep and Lerin)
Not found inRand McNally; Web. geog.