Location within Macedonia
|region||Northeastern Statistical Region|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Area code(s)||+389 031|
Staro Nagoričane (Macedonian: Старо Нагоричане (help·info)) is a village in Republic of Macedonia and the seat of the Staro Nagoričane municipality. The village is primarily known for its 11th century Church of St. George, first constructed in 1071 during Byzantine Macedonia, and reconstructed between 1313 and 1318 by Serbian King Stefan Milutin, who conquered the northern parts of Macedonia in 1282.
The village is located in the Sredorek region.
According to the 2002 census, the village had 555 inhabitants, out of which 452 (~80%) were Serbs, 100 (~20%) were Macedonians, 1 was Romani, and 2 Others.
- Name: The official name is Staro Nagoričane, while it has been historically spelled Staro Nagoričano (Старо Нагоричано) and Staro Nagoričino (Старо Нагоричино)
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