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Steeple of bell tower at Banitsa
Steeple of bell tower at Banitsa
Banitsa ( - Kari , Bulgarian/Macedonian[1]: , Banitsa or Banica) is a deserted former village in Serres prefecture, northern Greece. Its ruins are situated some 15 km north-east of the town of Serres, near the present-day village of Orini, on the southern slopes of the Vrontous mountains. During the Ottoman period it had a Bulgarian population.[2][3][4][5] The village was destroyed by the Greek Army during the Second Balkan War, and the population migrated to Bulgaria.[6]

Banitsa was the site of the death of the revolutionary Gotse Delchev, who was killed in a skirmish with Ottoman police forces in 1903.[7]

References

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  2. . 1873 . , , 1995, .116-117.
  3. . . . , 1900, .176.
  4. D.M.Brancoff. "La Mac doine et sa Population Chr tienne". Paris, 1905, .198-199.

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