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North Macedonia: Municipalities - Map Quiz Game

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Here's a map quiz that can help you learn about the geography of North Macedonia. In 2013, the country was reorganized into 80 municipalities. Čaška is a large, rural municipality in the central part of North Macedonia. Kumanovo, the most populous municipality, was inhabited as far back as 1519. It's home to the 4,000-year-old astronomical observatory of Kokino, which was discovered in 2001. Pick up some facts about North Macedonian cities and use this map quiz—it will help you memorize the locations of all 80 municipalities in no time.

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