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Administrative divisions of the Republic of Macedonia

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Administrative divisions of the Republic of Macedonia

This article is about the administrative divisions of the Republic of Macedonia. Macedonia is currently divided into 80 municipalities.

Socialist Republic of Macedonia

As the Socialist Republic of Macedonia, a constituent country of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Macedonia was first divided into regions in 1945. Later, the regions were abolished, and Macedonia was divided into municipalities. Before its independence, Macedonia was divided into 34 municipalities.

Republic of Macedonia

After its independence, from 1996 to 2004, Macedonia was divided into 123 municipalities.

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