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The Vardar or Axios (Greek: Αξιός) is the longest and major river in North Macedonia and also a major river of Greece. It is 388 km (241 mi) long, and drains an area of around 25,000 km2 (9,653 sq mi).
Vardar Macedonia was the name given to the territory of the Kingdom of Serbia (1912–1918) and Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918–1941) roughly corresponding to today's North Macedonia. It covers the northwestern part of geographical Macedonia, whose modern borders came to be defined by the mid-19th century.
The Vardar Banovina, or Vardar Banate , was a province (banate) of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia between 1929 and 1941.
The Vardar Statistical Region is one of eight statistical regions of North Macedonia. Vardar, located in the central part of North Macedonia, borders Greece to the south.
Vardar Metro Station is a station on the Sofia Metro in Bulgaria. It opened on 28 January 1998.
The Vardariotai , sometimes Anglicized as Vardariots, were an ethnic and territorial group (probably originally of Magyar origin) in the later Byzantine Empire, which provided a palace guard regiment during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
The Vardar Offensive was a World War I military operation, fought between 15 and 29 September 1918. The operation took place during the final stage of the Balkans Campaign.
The Vardar Army of the Ottoman Empire was one of the field armies under the command of the Western Army. It was formed during the mobilisation phase of the First Balkan War.
The Vardar Corps was a corps of the Yugoslav Army in the Homeland that operated on the left bank of the river Vardar during the World War II in Yugoslavia on the territory of modern-day North Macedonia and southern Serbia. Its commander was former Captain of the Royal Guard of the Royal Yugoslav Army Stojan Krstić.
Macedonian ) is an Eastern South Slavic language.
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