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More than 50,000 demonstrators took to the streets in the Greek province of Macedonia to continue a quarter-century-long campaign against the former Yugoslav nation they say is taking their name.
Flag-waving crowds in the northern city of Thessaloniki - the capital of the Greek province of Macedonia - gathered today to demand the Republic of Macedonia change its name.
Greece and the Republic of Macedonia, which share a border, have been locked in the name dispute since Macedonia declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1991.
Macedonia is a region of Greece in the southern Balkans and the second largest and most populous in the country.
The mountainous region incorporates parts of ancient Macedon, a kingdom ruled by Alexander the Great (336–323 BC) whose campaigns through Asia created the vast Argead dynasty.
The Republic of Macedonia is an entirely separate entity - a country in the Balkan peninsula in south east Europe.
It declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and became and member of the United Nations in 1993.
But as a result of the ongoing dispute with Greece over use of the name, it was admitted provisionally as the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Cretans in traditional costumes who travelled from the southern island with their horses, as well as people from northern Greece wearing costumes from the Macedonian wars era a century ago, crowded at the White Tower on the Thessaloniki waterfront from early in the morning.