Bela Crkva, Krivogaštani
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|Country||Republic of Macedonia|
|Elevation||572 m (1,877 ft)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
Bela Crkva (Macedonian Cyrillic: Бела Црква; meaning White Church) is a village in the Municipality of Krivogaštani, Prilep Oblast, Republic of Macedonia. It is situated along the main road between Krivogaštani and Demir Hisar, and has a population consisting of Macedonians, Turks, and Albanians. The number of inhabitants according to the 2002 national census was 498.
Bela Crkva is divided into Dolna Bela Crkva (Долна Бела Црква) and Gorna Bela Crkva (Горна Бела Црква). The Word Dolna translates to Lower, and this region is inhabited primarily by Macedonians. Gorna translates to Upper, and in this part live mainly Turks and Albanians.
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