Another earthquake rattles Ohrid overnight

The series of earthquakes that have rattled south-western Macedonia continued overnight, with a 3,7 Richter degrees quake registered in Ohrid at 3:54 in the morning.

The quake centered 6 kilometers east of the historic city and was 6 kilometers deep. The strongest of the series of earthquakes was felt on Sunday before noon, and measured 3,9 degrees. It was centered north-west of Resen. More than 800 quakes were registered in the area since June 18th, most of them measuring between 1 and 2 degrees.

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