Povardarie is the central region of the Republic of Macedonia, along the Vardar River. It includes the country's capital and largest city, Skopje.
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Demir Kapija — home to former royal wineries, ancient ruins, and hub for surrounding mountains which offer a wide range of outdoor sports, and last but not the least mighty "Iron Gate" Canyon
Dračevo — suburb of Skopje
Kavadarci — town at the heart of Macedonian wine country
Negotino — some of the best wine and rakija in the country, the town is easily accessible by Skopje-Greece highway and railway
Skopje — the national capital; a truly multicultural city with just about any ethnicity in Balkans present, as well as almost innumerable sights from Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, and modern times
Veles — town on the valley of Vardar River with a rich cultural heritage and centuries-old churches
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Stobi — the most famous archaeological site in the country, Stobi has some well-preserved ruins from both pre-Roman (Paeonian and Ancient Macedonian) and Roman periods
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Povardarie, forming the central stretch of
Republic of Macedonia between Serbian and Greek borders, is a land of mountains, canyons, and valleys, dominated by the River Vardar, the longest river of the country.
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Southern Povardarie, the region around the towns of
Kavadarci and Negotino, is home to Macedonian wine country, Tikveš Plain, sharing its name with the largest winery in Southeastern Europe.
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