Macedonia is a landlocked country of the Balkan peninsula, in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Serbia and the disputed territory of Kosovo to the north, Albania to the west, Greece to the south, and Bulgaria to the east. The country is mainly comprised of Macedonians, but includes a minority of Albanians. Physically there are many mountains and hills, clustered around deep valleys. Macedonia has the potential to be a great place to visit with its many sights, varied scenery and richly historical culture. Find more info here.
Macedonia is also known as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as Greece objected to the naming of itself as the Republic of Macedonia. It was thought that this name would represent a problem, as Greece already has a province called Macedonia, with some Slavic populations. The Ottoman Empire held the area for more than 400 years, and the resulting mix of peoples has made the region's national boundaries somewhat unclear. Surviving the upheaval, Macedonia the country still hosts some outstanding Byzantine monuments, as a testament to a previous period of stability and prosperity.