The name for the southern area of Greece is Peloponnesus. It is a large peninsula. The Gulf of Corinth separates it from the northern part o the country.
The name for the southern area of Greece is called the Peloponnesus. Greece also have hundreds of islands surrounding the mainland.
It is called Athens
it was obviously Peloponnese's, dah
A port in the southern part of Greece is Nafplio (Ναύπλιο), which was also the capital of Greece between 1828-1833.
It's in southern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula.
The southern part of Greece is also known as the Peloponnese. It is connected to mainland Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth and the Rio-Antirio bridge.
The peninsula in the south of Greece is called the PELEPONNESUS.
Collectively the city states in the area were called Greece.
waht is the southern part ancient greece
There are many islands and peninsulas-like landforms in the south of Greece. You need to be more specific.
That would be Crete.
Greece is located in southern Europe
Another name used for the area of southern Asia is Indochina.
YES. The two countries share a long border in southern Bulgaria and northeastern Greece. (The area is known as Western Thrace.)