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Our culture is an oral tradition, carried forward not by nations or schools or literature, but by families.

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The Aromanians and Imro

The Macedonian revolutionary national-liberation movement, organized and led by the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) has long provoked the interest of contemporaries and scholars of

My Immigration to America

To be or not to be an Aromanian?! To hide or to openly declare your Aromanian nationality?! To help a little bit for the recognition

Am I Aromanian?

There is growing interest in genealogy, but ethnic groups without a nation of their own are easily overlooked. If you suspect you might be of Aromanian ancestry, we encourage you to become a member and then visit the Family History forum here to begin your research within our community!

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In Memoriam

One of the ways that we strive to remember those who have gone before us is by sharing photos and stories.

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Join the Society Farsarotlu Today!

Membership in the Society Farsarotlu is open to all, regardless of ethnicity or citizenship. Our initiation fee of $5 and annual dues of $18/year haven’t changed for decades (and students pay half price).