See also:Turkey, in the vilayet of
See also:Monastir, 45 M . S. by W. of Monastir (Bitolia) . Pop . (1905), about ro,000, one-third of whom are Greeks, one-third Slays, and the
See also:remainder Albanians or
See also:Turks .
See also:Kastoria occupies
See also:part of a peninsula on the western
See also:shore of Lake Kastoria, which here receives from the
See also:north its affluent the Zhelova . The lake is formed in a deep hollow surrounded by
See also:limestone mountains, and is drained on the south by the Bistritza, a large
See also:river which flows S.E. nearly to the Greek frontier, then sharply turns N.E., and finally enters the Gulf of
See also:Salonica . The lake has an
See also:area of 20 sq . M., and is 2850 ft. above
See also:sea-level . Kastoria is the seat of an Orthodox archbishop . It is usually identified with the
See also:ancient Celetrum, captured by the Romans under Sulpicius, during the first Macedonian
See also:campaign, 200 B.C., the Luba-Lunda
See also:group of Bantus . It is a highly mineralized region, being specially
See also:rich in copper ore . Gold, iron and tin are also
See also:mined .
See also:Katanga is bounded S. and S.E. by
See also:Northern Rhodesia, and
See also:British capital is largely interested in the development of its resources, the administration of the territory being entrusted to a
See also:committee on which British members have seats .
See also:Direct railway communication with Cape
See also:Town and
See also:Beira was established in 1909 . There is also a
See also:rail and river service via the
See also:Congo to the west
See also:coast .
KASTAMUNI, or KASTAMBUL
Your information is totally wrong. I dont know the connection between Kesrie and Kastoria, but I know that Kastoria is a town in Greece and more specificaly in the northern part of Greece called Macedonia. Also the population is 100% Greeks. Probably you should do a resenath and correct you article. Regards
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