Was Albania part of Bulgaria before?
Bulgaria has no frontier with Albania
If you do not consider Kosovo to be a part of Serbia, then the answer is: Macedonia and Bulgaria. If you do consider Kosovo to be a part of Serbia, the answer is: Albania, Macedonia, and Bulgaria.
Culturally Albania is closer to Romania than Bulgaria. With Romania Albania shares the original teutonic layer and 1500 years of Roman empire domination. With Bulgaria it shares some turkic elements present in both countries. Bulgaria is generally slavic, Albania is not.
Albania and Bulgaria are in Balkan Peninsula; Romania is outside, on the north of Danube.
yes, Greece, has a mainland, it borders, Albania, FYROM, Bulgaria and the European part of Turkey.
Macedonia shares its borders with Serbia, Albania, Greece and Bulgaria
Greece shares a border with Albania, FYROM, Bulgaria and Turkey. Italy, Turkey, Albania, Bulgaria
Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and the European part of Turkey
Greece is in the south western part of Europe near Albania , Macedonia, Bulgaria, turkey and even Egypt!
Before the breakup of the country, Yugoslavia was bordered by Italy, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, and Albania.
Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Albania, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina are part of the Balkan Peninsula.
Albania is at higher altitude
Albania,Republic of Kosovo,Macedonia,Montenegro,Serbia,Bosnia&Herzegovina,Kroacia, Grece,Bulgaria,(one part of) Rumania.
Albania does not touch the Black Sea.
Albania, FYROM and Bulgaria.
Albania, FYROM, Bulgaria
Albania, Macedonia then Bulgaria
Not exactly, Bulgaria has common and shared borders, Hungary, Italy, Albania but not France.
- FYR (Former Yugoslav Republic) - Vardaska - Scopje - Slavomacedonia - West Bulgaria - East Albania - South Serbia - BAGSB (Betwen Albania, Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria)
Nations:PolandCzechoslovakiaHungaryRomaniaAlbaniaBulgariathe DDR (East Germany)The USSR
Turkey, Albania, FYROM and Bulgaria.
Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey.
Albania, Macedonia and Bulgaria.
Turkey, Albania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia
Albania and Bulgaria
Albania macedoni Bulgaria and turkey
Athens, macedonia,Bulgaria and Albania
Greece is bordered by BULGARIA and TURKEY in the northeast. While Greece is bordered by Albania and FYRO Macedonia as well, Greece borders these countries to its northwest.
Turkey, Albania, Macedonia and Bulgaria
In Political and Social structure
Their people and politicians liked it
I think Greece Albania Bulgaria
Greece is in the south eastern part of Europe. It is near Turkey, Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and north of Egypt. it is a wonderful place if i do say so myself.
Macedonia was over twice as big as it is now. It used to include much of northern Greece, southwestern Bulgaria, and small part of Serbia and Albania.
Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro and Bulgaria.
Macidonia is borded by Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and Slovacia
Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria.
Turkey, Albania, Macedonia and Bulgaria
Malaysia, which is in Asia.
Greece actually has land borders with four countries: Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Turkey.
For historical Macedonia on the northern Greek peninsula: FYROM, Albania and Bulgaria. For the Former Yugoslav Republic = * Serbia ~ north *Kosovo ~ north west * Albania ~ West *Greece~ South *Bulgaria~East
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Greece, Romania, Kosovo, Turkey. If you meant during WW1, there was just Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Austrian-Hungarian Empire
Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia are all a part of the Balkan Peninsula.
It has common and shared borders, Hungary, Italy, Albania are nearest.
Italy, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania
Greece borders Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Albania.
Albania, FYROM, Bulgaria and Turkey (northeast),.
Italy, Albania, FYROM, Bulgaria, Turkey
Macedonia, Albania, bulgaria, turkey
No Albania was never part of Yugoslavia.