Where are the Balkan States?
The Balkan states are those countries on the Balkan Penisula, which is located in South-East Europe and includes Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macdeonia, Romania, and part of Turkey.
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The Balkans are are a vast peninsula in south-east Europe. The word also refers to the region and the countries in it. Please see the link below.
Answer . The republic of montenegro declared independance from Serbia and Monteegro
The Balkans (or the Balkan Peninsula) is located in Southeastern Europe.
The Balkan state that played a great role in the outbreak of WorldWar 1 was Serbia. It was under the control of the Austro-HungarianEmpire at the time, and a group of separati…sts murdered ArchdukeFerdinand of Austria-Hungary while he was visiting Sarajevo. Thissparked a chain of events that culminated in the outbreak of WorldWar 1.
Geographically Romania is not a Balkan country - Balkan mountains are on the South of Danube and Romania is at the north. But as history, religion, cuisine, folklore and cult…ure Romania is very near to Balkan region.
Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Slovenia Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina Montenegro Serbia Kosovo Romania Bulgaria Macedonia Albania Greece Turkey
The division of a political unit (country) into smaller units.
In The Difference Between
They are two different geographical regions, one near the Baltic Sea in the northeastern part of Europe, the other in the southeastern part.
In Ancient History
Athens and Sparta
The nations of Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, and Montenegro formed an alliance known as the Balkan League in 1912. The purported reason for the alliance was to limit the power …of Austria in the Balkans, but the actual reason was to expel the Turks from the Balkans. The alliance lasted until 1913. See the related link below for more information.
In Ancient Greece
the civilization that occupied the Balkan peninsula before the Greeks were the trojans.
In World War 1
many of them gained independence from the ottoman empire (which fell apart at the end of WW1).