It's not that simple -- do you know that Macedonia's major airport is called Skopje Alexander The Great Airport?
NicoLandi, you mean there's nothing wrong with Skopje's Airport being named "Alexander the Great"?
Well, it's not that simple. Macedonians are nationalists (just like any small country, after all!) Mother Theresa of Calcuta, for instance, was born to Albanian parents in Skopje in 1910, baptized in the Roman Catholic Cathedral as Gonxha Bojaxhiu, and spent the first 18 years of her life in Skopje. Today Macedonia formally opened a Memorial House dedicated to the late Mother Teresa, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize winner, to commemorate her birth in Skopje. BUT -- it is built at a site that is a few hundred meters from her actual birthplace -- at the real place where she was born a church was erected. All this is done in order to portrait her as a Macedonian from Skopje when in actuality she is an Albanian born in the city of Skopje. Macedonia is notorious when it comes to national heroes being "stolen," just like the case with Alexander the Great is.