Vardar

Vardar (vär'där) , river, c.240 mi (390 km) long, rising in the Šar Planina, Macedonia, and flowing northeast then southeast in a fertile valley, past Skopje, through NE Greece to the Aegean Sea near Thessaloníki. The Vardar valley forms part of the principal corridor of t...
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Vardar

A cold fall wind blowing from the northwest down the Vardar valley in Greece to the Gulf of Salonica. It occurs when atmospheric pressure over eastern Europe is higher than over the Aegean Sea, as is often the case in winter. Also called VARDARAC.
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Vardar

The river rises at Vrutok, a few kilometers north of Gostivar in the Republic of Macedonia. It passes through Gostivar, Skopje and into Veles, crosses the Greek border near Gevgelija, Polykastro and Axioupoli (`town on the Axiós`), before emptying into the Aegean Sea in Central Macedonia west of Thessaloniki in northern Greece. The Vardar basin.....
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