Macedonia may refer to:

  • Republic of Macedonia, a modern country in southeastern Europe
  • Macedonia (Greece), a region of Greece
  • Macedonia (region), a wider geographical and historical region covering both of the above, as well as parts of Bulgaria, Albania, Kosovo and Serbia
Historical entities
  • Macedonia (ancient kingdom), also known as Macedon, the kingdom of Philip II and Alexander the Great
  • Macedonia (Roman province), a province of the early Roman Empire
  • Diocese of Macedonia, a late Roman administrative unit
  • Macedonia (theme), a province of the Byzantine Empire
  • Independent State of Macedonia, a proposed puppet state of the Axis powers during WWII
  • Socialist Republic of Macedonia, a constituent republic of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1944–1991), and the predecessor of the Republic of Macedonia
Other places
  • Macedônia, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Macedonia, Ciacova, Romania
  • In the United States;
    • Macedonia, Alabama
    • Macedonia, Georgia
    • Macedonia, Illinois
    • Macedonia, Indiana
    • Macedonia, Iowa
    • Macedonia, now Tinton Falls, New Jersey
    • Macedonia, Ohio
    • Macedonia, South Carolina
    • Macedonia, Tennessee
    • Macedonia, Virginia
Other uses
  • Macedonia (food), a fruit salad or vegetable dish
  • Macedonia (comics), a comic book by Harvey Pekar and Heather Roberson
  • Thessaloniki International Airport, "Macedonia", an airport in Greece previously known as Mikra Airport until 1992

Other articles related to "macedonia":

FIBA Euro Basket 2011 - Knockout Stage
... Final 14 September Spain 16 ... September Slovenia 64 Spain 14 ... September Macedonia 80 Macedonia 18 ... September Lithuania 65 Spain 15 ... September France 85 France 64 16 ...
Socialist Republic Of Macedonia - Heads of Institutions
... Part of a series on the History of the Republic of Macedonia Chronological Ottoman Macedonia Karposh's Rebellion National awakening Ilinden Uprising Kruševo Republic ...
Greek Macedonians - History - Contribution To The Greek War of Independence
... Even after the end of the Greek national revolution, there were several revolts in Macedonia with all of them having as their stated aim the union of the region with the Kingdom of Greece ... The Greek revolution in Macedonia started in Chalkidiki, where the population was almost entirely Greek ... under Emmanouel Pappas, who had assumed at the time the title of "General of Macedonia" he managed to capture Chalkidiki and threaten Thessaloniki but, in June, the Greek ...
Macedonian Muslims - Political Activities
... sent an open letter to the Chairman of the Party for Democratic Prosperity of Macedonia, accusing the party of using religion to promote the ... or council of the Islamic community in Macedonia declared that Albanian was the official language of Muslims in Macedonia ...
Greek Macedonians - Identity - Expressions
... identity among the Greek Macedonians has significant effects in the context of the Macedonia naming dispute ... language with a non-Greek qualification, as used by the Socialist Republic of Macedonia, during the times of socialist Yugoslavia, and the contemporary Republic of ... The dispute over the moral right to the use of the name Macedonia and its derivatives traces its origin to the Macedonian question in the 19th and early-20th century between Greece, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria ...