Delogoždi

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Location
41°15'28"N
020°43'22"E
Country
 Macedonia
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Description

Delogoždi (Macedonian: Делогожди, Albanian: Dollogozhdë) is a village in the municipality of Struga, North Macedonia.

Geography

Delogoždi lies south of Mountain Karaorman in an altitude of 800 meters and the east borders with the villages Dzhepin (1.6 km) and Koroshishta (2.3 km), in the south with the villages Livada (2.8 km) and Biceva (3.7 km), to the southwest with the village of Novo Selo (3.1 km), to the west with the village of Dolno Tateshi (2.9 km), and to the north with the village of Poum (2.9 km). The village is located northwest of the city of Struga, at a distance of 11 km.

Demographics

At the end of the 19th century, Delogoždi was an Albanian village, part of the Struga nahia in the Ohrid kaza of the Ottoman Empire.According to the statistics of Vasil Kanchov from 1900, Delogoždi had 730 inhabitants, all Albanians.According to the 2002 census, the village had a total of 2920 inhabitants. Ethnic groups in the village include: Albanians 2906 Turks 2 Serbs 1 Others 11
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