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School named after Maria Skłodowska-Curie

    Maria Skłodowska-Curie (b. Warsaw, Poland, 1867 – d. 1934, Passy, France) was a scientist and chemist, who was born in Warsaw and moved to France in 1891. She studied natural sciences in Paris, later worked in the field of radioactivity, and became the first two-time female winner of the Nobel Prize and a winner in two different fields – physics and chemistry. Also, she was the first female lecturer at the Sorbonne University in Paris. The Secondary school “Marija Kiri-Sklodovska” in Skopje was named in honor of her, specialized in teaching for chemical-technological professions.

    Address : Bul. “Treta Makedonska brigada”, br. 63 A, Skopje

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