Strumica

== Name == The town is first mentioned in 2nd century BC with the Hellenic name Αστραίον (Astraîon, Hellenic for `starry`) by Ptolemy and Pliny. It was later known as Tiveriopolis; it received its present name from the Slavic settlers of the Middle Ages. In modern Greek the town is known as Στρώμνιτσα (Strómnitsa), and its na.....
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Strumica

[river] The Strumica (Macedonian and Струмица, Mk-Strumica.ogg; also transliterated Strumitsa or Strumitza) or Strumeshnitsa (Струмешница) is a river in the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria. It runs through the town of Strumica and flows into the Struma River. The Strumica takes its source from the Plačkovica mountain ...
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Strumica

Strumica (strOO'mitsä) , town (1994 pop. 43,868), SE Macedonia. It is an agricultural center reliant on tobacco, livestock, and cotton production. Strumica, an ancient town, was long under Turkish rule; it was ceded to Bulgaria in 1913 and to Yugoslavia in 1919, becoming part of the constit...
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