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List Of Islands Of The Republic Of Macedonia

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List Of Islands Of The Republic Of Macedonia

This is a list of islands of the Republic of Macedonia. Since the country is landlocked, all its islands are situated in lakes or rivers. The largest island in the Republic of Macedonia is Golem Grad in Prespa Lake with an area of 0.18 km², and also the only one found in a natural lake (the rest are themselves natural, but situated in artificial lakes).

Lake islands

Debar Lake

Kalimanci Lake

Prespa Lake

Tikveš Lake

River islands

River islands are found mainly in course of the Vardar that stretches from the central to the southern part of the country. Of special note are those found in Valandovo Municipality. ().

References

  1. ^ Брегалнички регион: Калиманско Езеро - Македонски бисер
  2. ^ Article on the islands of the Republic of Macedonia - IGEO geography portal (Macedonian)
  3. ^ 1:25000 topomap of Kavadarci region (23 MB)
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