- a river in S Europe, flowing from NW Macedonia through N Greece into the Gulf of Salonika. 200 miles (322 km) long.
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But the view across the Vardar Valley was some compensation.
I have also suggested that they came to the south down the Vardar valley.The Bronze Age and the Celtic World
They reached the head of that valley, they crossed the watershed and the plain of Kossova, and descended the valley of the Vardar.Theodoric the Goth
Macedonia was a vital (also corrupt and lucrative) bloodline, connecting Greece to Serbia (through the Vardar river).After the Rain
He then sent his armies across the Vardar River and captured Monastir.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay
- a river in S Europe, rising in W Macedonia and flowing northeast, then south past Skopje into Greece, where it is called the Axios and enters the Aegean at Thessaloníki. Length: about 320 km (200 miles)
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