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A monument commemorates Macedonians who sacrificed their lives for the independence of Macedonia and Australia.

After World War Two, internal Greek quarrels led to the outbreak of the Greek Civil War between 1946 and 1949. Northern Greece (Macedonia, Thrace, Epirus) because of its mountainous terrain and common borders with the Communist Balkan countries, became the center of the conflict. The fighting was most destructive in western and central Macedonia, and a large number of citizens fled the war zone and moved to the big cities, forming a mass of refugees.



Address:Macedonia Place, Macedonian Orthodox Church of Saint Nikola, North Perth, 6006
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -31.929722
Long: 115.850833
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Conflict


Front Inscription


This memorial is dedicated to the memory of all Macedonians who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and independence of Macedonia and Australia

Erected by the Macedonian people who live in Perth and Western Australia


Right Side Inscription

World War I
World War II

This memorial commemorates the many thousands of Macedonians who fought and fell in defence of the Macedonian national identity.

May we admire and draweon their strength, dignity, sacrifice and courage.

Source: MA
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