Postal codes in North Macedonia are 4 digits in length. They are divided according to post offices at particular regional centers. Postal codes of biggest cities are: (in numeric order)
Makedonski Železnici is the public enterprise for railways in the Republic of North Macedonia. Railway operations are run by Železnici na Republika Severna Makedonija Transport and the infrastructure maintained by Makedonski Železnici Infrastruktura.
The municipalities are the first-order administrative divisions of North Macedonia.
Smilevo is a village in North Macedonia, municipality of Demir Hisar.
Demir Kapija is a small town in North Macedonia, located near the ominous limestone gates of the same name. It has 3,725 inhabitants. The town is the seat of Demir Kapija Municipality.
Demir Kapija is a municipality in southern part of North Macedonia. Demir Kapija, which means "iron door" or "iron gate" in Turkish, is also the name of the town where the municipal seat is found. Demir Kapija Municipality is part of the Vardar Statistical Region.
Demir Hisar is a municipality in the southwestern part of North Macedonia. Demir Hisar, which means "iron fortress" in Turkish, is also the name of the town where the municipal seat is found. Demir Hisar municipality is part of the Pelagonia Statistical Region.
Demir Hisar is a small town in North Macedonia. It is the seat of Demir Hisar Municipality. This small settlement has an absolute Macedonian ethnic majority. The name of the town translates to "Iron Castle" in Turkish, and dates back to the time when Macedonia was ruled by the Ottoman Empire.
Demir Hisar can refer to:
Čiflik is a small village in Demir Kapija Municipality, North Macedonia. It is along the Došnica river which springs from Mount Kožuf. The river is the source of drinking and power production for the municipality. It is also home to some indigenous fish and often the spot of fishermen off the beaten path, enjoying a quiet afternoon. It is located on a turn-off-road about 4 km down the Demir Kapija road Partizanska just past the bridge.
Besvica is in the southeast of North Macedonia. It is an isolated village in the southern part of the Demir Kapija Municipality. The road from the Demir Kapija church south to the village of Konopište was part of a system of roads in the days of the Turkish and improved by the French after World War I. Besvica is the first village past Demir Kapija on this road to Konopište and the Kožuf mountain. Besvica was a crossroads for many years, between Demir Kapija and its southern villages to the main road through North Macedonia, now highway 75. One of the only 2 mosques in the municipality is located here. The fountain memorial to fallen village soldiers during World War II pours clean water for drinking and use for the village inhabitants. Other villages on this road include Barovo, Krnjevo, Gorna Bošava, Dolna Bošava, and Konopište
Dračevica is an uninhabited village in the southern mountains of the municipality of Demir Kapija, North Macedonia. It was originally between Demir Kapija and Besvica, but after an incident with the Turks, the villagers moved into the mountain. After the village of Strmaševo was destroyed by the Bulgarian forces during World War I, many of its people also moved to Dračevica. Today, it is merely a weekend getaway for many people and some grow their grapes in this village. It is elevated at 700 m. The hike to get there is long, but the municipality operates a mountain hut in this village free of charge. They often go there, and the forestry company operates in that area for wood supply.
Korešnica is the largest village in the municipality of Demir Kapija in North Macedonia. It is mixed ethnically Turks, Serbs, and ethnic Macedonians. It is seen from the main highway on the opposite side of Demir Kapija. Korešnica has several small festivals a year and an active village football club, which usually plays on these holidays. A company that develops asphalt is located here with another location near Klisura. Also, many village residents own livestock and produce dairy products such as white cheese.
Strmaševo is an abandoned village at the southernmost part of the municipality of Demir Kapija, North Macedonia. It was equal in size and close to Dračevica.
The Pelagonia Statistical Region is one of eight statistical regions of North Macedonia. It is located in southwestern part of the country along the eponymous plain. It borders Greece and Albania. Internally, it borders the Southwestern and Vardar statistical regions.
Post of North Macedonia is the company responsible for postal service in North Macedonia. It was founded on 1 June 1992.
Kukurečani is a village in the Bitola Municipality of North Macedonia. It is situated along the main road between Bitola and Demir Hisar. It used to be a municipality of its own and its FIPS code was MK56.
Transportation Center Skopje is the main city bus and railway station in the Republic of North Macedonia capital Skopje. It was built after the 1963 Skopje earthquake that destroyed the Original station buildings. The station is served by Long-distance trains to Belgrade, Thessaloniki, Athens and Ljubljana, and Express routes to Thessaloniki, via Vienna that serve Skopje twice daily, once going to Thessaloniki and second time returning to Vienna, passing though Belgrade and Ljubljana. The Skopje railway station is 15 min walking from the main square Makedonija.
The Macedonian Regional Leagues is the fourth and fifth-highest football competition in the North Macedonia.
Boište is a village in the outskirts of the town of Demir Hisar within the municipality of Demir Hisar Municipality, Republic of North Macedonia.