History of Macedonian Culture
This is the culture of the Macedonian people. It is an ethnic population that inhabits the Balkan region. In the 20th century, they were referred as the Vadar Macedonia and currently, it is the Republic of Macedonia (Roudometof, 2000). Macedonian people are considered non-Greek but have been associated with Modern Greeks. Historically, they are Slavs who descended from a group of people that arrived in the Balkans between the 6th and the 7th Century. Additionally, Macedonians are composed of six ethnic groups, which are: Upper Vardar, Macedo-Shop, Struma-Mesta, Southern, Miyak and Brsyak (Roudometof, 2000).
Uniqueness of the Macedonian Culture
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