Two-thirds of Macedonian citizens are Christian, one-third are Muslim
The President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, is making his first trip to the Balkans since he took office in 2004.
In a four-day sweep through five countries, he will spend Friday afternoon in the latest state to become a candidate for EU membership - Macedonia.
Here is your chance to test your knowledge of this country of two million people.
Macedonia has rarely been in the headlines since 2001, when fighting between ethnic Albanian gunmen and government forces threatened to slide into a full-scale civil war.
Friday: Kosovo and Macedonia
Saturday: Albania and Bosnia
Instead, it has become a rare Balkan success story, with the government defusing tensions by ceding more rights to ethnic Albanians.
But here we largely ignore politics, focusing instead on history, geography, language culture and sport.