- Veles (city)
native_name = Велес
imagesize = 250px
image_caption = Clock tower in Veles
image_shield = Veleshki_grb.png
dot_x = |dot_y =
pushpin_map_caption =Location within Macedonia
subdivision_type = Country
subdivision_name = MKD
subdivision_type1 = Municipality
population_as_of =Fact|date=January 2008
timezone = CET
utc_offset = +1
timezone_DST = CEST
utc_offset_DST = +2
latd=41 |latm=43 |lats=12 |latNS=N
longd=21 |longm=47 |longs=36 |longEW=E
postal_code_type = Postal code
area_code =+389 043
website = [http://www.Veles.gov.mk/ www.Veles.gov.mk/]
Veles ( _mk. Велес, Audio-IPA|Mk-Veles.ogg| [ˈve:lɛs] ) is a city in the center of the
Republic of Macedoniaon the Vardarriver. The city of Veles is a seat of the Veles municipality.
The city is named after a Slavic god Veles. After
World War IIthe city was known as Titov Veles after Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito, but the 'Titov' was removed when Macedonia became an independent nation. Cars which were registered in Veles were identified by the code TV (Titov Veles) which was changed as late as 2000 to VE.
The area of present-day Veles has been inhabited for over a millennia. In Ancient times Veles was called Vilazora (Greek Βυλασωρα) and contained a substantial population of
Thraciansand possibly Illyrianswhen it was part of the kingdom Paionia. Before the Balkan Wars, it was a township ( kaza) with the name "Köprülü" in Uskub sandjak, Kosovo vilayet, Ottoman empire[Rahmi Tekin, Osmanli Atlasi, Istanbul 2003] .
Veles is a leader in the implementing of IT in the local administration in Macedonia.
Veles is a city of poetry, culture, history and tradition, as well as a town with plentiful and precious cultural heritage and centuries old churches.
Veles is a municipality of 50,000 people.Fact|date=February 2007
Other forms of partnership:
Pula(Document of friendship and cultural cooperation in 2002)
* [http://www.veles.gov.mk/ Official website of Veles]
* [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Veles,+Macedonia&ll=41.729999,21.78&spn=0.916215,2.768555&t=h/ Google Local]
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