Vilayet of Salonica
The Vilayet of Salonica (Ottoman Turkish: ولايت سلانيك, Vilâyet-i Selânik) was an Ottoman province from 1867 to 1912. In the late 19th century it reportedly had an area of 12,950 square miles (33,500 km2).
The vilayet was bounded by the Principality (later Kingdom), of Bulgaria on the north; Eastern Rumelia on the northeast (after the Treaty of Berlin); Edirne Vilayet on the east; the Aegean Sea on the south; Monastir Vilayet and the independent sanjak of Serfije on the west (after 1881); the Kosovo Vilayet on the northwest.
The vilayet consisted of present Central and Eastern parts of Greek Macedonia and Pirin Macedonia in Bulgaria. Present Pirin Macedonia part of it was administrated as kazas of Cuma-yı Bala, Petriç, Nevrekop, Menlik, Ropçoz and Razlık.[citation needed] It was dissolved after Balkan Wars and divided among Kingdom of Greece, Kingdom of Serbia and Tsardom of Bulgaria in 1913.

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there were in the Vilayet of Salonica, 425,613 Mohammedans, 360,000 Greeks, 200,488 Bulgarians ; in the vilayet of ... In 1904, in the Vilayet of Salonica, the Greeks had 521 schools, with 32,534 scholars; the Bulgarians, 319 schools, with ...
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IMPRISONMENT AND DEPORTATION 29 Imprisonment and Deportation It is impossible to ascertain the exact total of Bulgarians at present detained in the prisons of the vilayets of Salonica, Uskub, Monastir, and Adrianople. Every day new ...
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Sir, Salonica, March 14, 1877. I HAVE the honour to report that Constantinidi Effendi, the newly appointed Mustechar, Christian Suh-Governor, of this Vilayet, arrived here yesterday morning, and was received with the honours due to his office ...
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