Prespa

Prespa (Greek: Πρέσπα, Macedonian: Преспа, Albanian: Prespa) is a region shared between Greece, Albania, and the Republic of Macedonia. It shares the same name with the two Prespa lakes which are situated in the middle of the region. The largest town is Resen with 9,000 inhabitants.

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Prespa (disambiguation)
... Prespa is a region in the Republic of Macedonia ... The name may also refer to Lake Prespa, two lakes on the border between Albania, Greece and the Republic of Macedonia Prespa (medieval town), an important medieval Bulgarian town Prespa (v ...
Lower Prespa Dialect
... The Lower Prespa dialect (Macedonian Долнoпреспански дијалект, Dolnoprespanski dijalekt), is a member of the western subgroup of the western group of dialects of the Macedonian ... This dialect is mainly spoken on the Eastern shore of Prespa Lake and Small Prespa Lake, both in the Republic of Macedonia and by the Slavic-speaking community on the Greek side of the border ... The Prespa dialect spoken in the Greek community has elements of Greek such as "d/δ" ...
Geography Of The Republic Of Macedonia - Physical Geography - Hydrography - Lake Prespa
... The Great Prespa Lake (Macedonian Преспанско Езеро, Prespansko Ezero) is divided between Albania, Greece and the Republic of Macedonia ... The biggest island in the Great Prespa Lake, on the Republic of Macedonia's side, is called Golem Grad ("Large Town"), or Snake Island (Zmiski Ostrov) ... Because Great Prespa Lake sits about 150m above Lake Ohrid, which lies only about 10 km (6.2 mi) to the west, its waters run through underground channels in the karst and ...
Lake Prespa - History
... Achillius on an island called Agios Achillios in the Small Prespa Lake, on the Greek side of the border ... The biggest island in the Great Prespa Lake, on Macedonia's side, is called Golem Grad ("Large Town"), and Snake Island (Zmiski Ostrov) ... Because Great Prespa Lake sits about 150m above Lake Ohrid, which lies only about 10 km (6.21 mi) (6 miles) to the west, its waters run through underground channels in the karst and emerge from ...
Makedonski - Dialects
... Upper Polog Reka Mala Reka / Galičnik Debar Drimkol / Golo Brdo Vevčani / Radοžda Upper Prespa / Ohrid Lower Prespa Eastern Mariovo / Tikveš Štip ... That classification distinguishes between the following 5 groups Western Dialects Ohrid-Prespa Group Ohrid dialect Struga dialect Vevčani-Radοžda dialect Upper Prespa ...