Macedonia Marks 10 Years of Tose Proeski's Death


Macedonia will mark Tose Proeski's birthday with a blood drives in Krushevo and the Army Hall in Skopje, exhibition of photographs and promotion of a new version of one of his songs.

The singing legend who died in a tragic car crash in 2007 was born on this day in 1981 and would have been 36 today. The blood drive in Krushevo will be held in the Memorial House bulit in his honor and citizens can donate blood during the entire day.

At noon, at the exhibition area in the Memorial House, 15 photographs of Toshe which haven't been shown in public before, will be put on exhibition.

An instrumental version of his song "Nikada" will also be promoted. Fans from across the Balkans, and even Russia, are in Krushevo to honor the singer and humanitarian.

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