According to the Christian Science Monitor, Alexander the Great is making a comeback in Macedeonia:
“SKOPJE, Macedonia – As part of a stunning new homegrown ideology of history and identity based on Alexander the Great, this capital city’s main square may soon boast a huge new statue of the ancient conqueror.
Two years ago, the national airport was renamed after Alexander, infuriating Greece.
In January, despite a recent Greek nixing of Macedonia’s NATO bid over the airport name, the ruling nationalists here changed the name of its main roadway to Alexander of Macedon Highway.
In Macedonia, it is becoming all Alexander the Great, all the time. Ahead of Sunday’s presidential elections, the ruling party’s Alexander ideology is seen as fantastic, even by Balkan standards.”
In case you forgot where Macedonia is, there’s always Google Maps. (Just north of Greece to the east of Italy.)