Which country was not part of the Balkans?
Romania is not a part of Balkans (geographically speaking).
Egypt was not part of the Balkans
these countries was not part of balkans? the answer is ireland!!!!!! :)
The country that is landlocked in the Western Balkans is Macedonia.
NO. Scandinavia is a region in the northern part of Europe. Greece is in the southern part of Europe. Greece is part of the larger region of the Balkans.
no Hungary or Slovenia were not part of the western balkans
Romania is a country in the South East of Europe, on the northern part of Danube, near Black Sea. Slovenia is a country in the North West part of Balkans, near the Adriatic Sea.
No. The Balkans begin at the southern border of Hungary.
No, Slovakia is much further North than the Balkans.
Since the Balkans have started they ruled the whole Balkans from Kosovo threw Turkey and part of Russia. Serbs are from Russia that's where there root's come but a large tripe had moved to open land in Europe which was Bosnia and Serbia.
It is part of the Balkans in Southern Europe
No, Denmark is part of Scandinavia.
It is located in Balkans, Europe.
Balkans has the most brunettes.
Greece is the most powerful country in balkans
No, Hungary is to the north of the Balkans.
It is in what is known as the Balkans.
The city of Split is in the country of Croatia, which is in the Balkans region of Europe.
No, it is in the south part of Europe. (on the Balkans Peninsula)
They wanted to create their own country without A-H interfering. To unite all nationalities in Balkans. (and Nationalism) Assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand for independence.
It is situated in the Balkans. Bulgarians write in Cyrillic. Its a nice country.
Wallachia, a region of the Balkans- which is in modern Romania.
No. Switzerland is not part of NATO, and they are entirely neutral. The Balkans nations are also not part of NATO.
All nations in the Balkans are in Europe.
Russia is located in both Europe and Asia because it stretches across the entire Eurasian landmass. Turkey is considered part of both Europe and Asia because a small part of its territory (3%) is in the Balkans west of the Bosporus strait. The remainder of the country is in Asia, on the Anatolian Peninsula. what is europe divied into
It is part of what is called the Balkan peninsula or the Balkans.
it's a country in the Balkans in south-east Europe. It became an independent country in 2006 when it declared independence from Serbia & Montenegro.
Kosovo is located in FORMER YUGOSLAVIA, which is part of the WESTERN BALKANS in southeastern Europe.
the balkans The "Powder keg of Europe", sometimes alternately known as the "BalkanPowder Keg", refers to the Balkans in the early part of the 20th century preceding World War I.
Yugoslavia (was in the Balkans, now split up into smaller states on ethnic/religious basis)
Islamic Empires controlled Iberia (in whole or part from 711-1492) and the Balkans (in whole or in part from 1344-1913).
Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and the European part of Turkey
Do to migrants from the balkans and nearby Asian countries which large southern hemisphere country has recently seen a significant increase in immigration?
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Belgrade is a capital of Serbia, located in South East Europe, on the continental part of Balkans peninsula.
Albania is a country in the southeast of the continent of Europe in an area often called the Balkan peninsula or just the Balkans.
There is no such thing as the Bulgarian countries,It's Bulgaria and it's a single country in the Balkans,South Europe
From dalmatia in Croatia, a small ex-yugoslavian state in the balkans (between Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia)
Bucharest has approx. 1 900 000 inhabitants; but Romania (and his capital - Bucharest) is not a balkanic country. Romania is a (north)Danubian country.
The Balkans were guaranteed to explode in the early 1900s. Different ethnic groups abounded in the region and were all vying for a country of their own. The area had been controlled by empires for the previous centuries and was starting to gain independence in some places and lose it in others. The dispute between powerful neighbors over influence in the Balkans wasn't helping either.
They are two different geographical regions, one near the Baltic Sea in the northeastern part of Europe, the other in the southeastern part.
Somewhere between Eastern and Central Europe. We are closer to the Eastern part of the continent and near the Balkans.
Transylvania! ...or australia... whichever is preferable... Transylvania! ...or australia... whichever is preferable... Transylvania is part of Romania, so Vampires are originated in Romania. Vlad the Impaler(Vlad Tepes in Romanian) is said to be the first vampire. The mythological creature known as the vampire originated in the Balkans.
Many different ethnic groups in the Balkans, such as the Serbs, the Croatians, etc., were not happy to be part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire prior to WW I (just as they were also not happy to be part of Yugoslavia, in the Cold War era) and they had militant separatist movements. This is what resulted in the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and the start of WW I; his assassin was a Serbian separatist.
The Balkans (or the Balkan Peninsula) is located in Southeastern Europe.
Parascheva of the Balkans died in 10##.
Greece is located in Europe. To be clear it is not part of the Middle East. It is in the area of the Balkans and belongs to the continent of Europe.
The coordinates of Yugoslavia are 44.8206 degrees N, 20.4622 degrees E. Yugoslavia is a former country that was located in the western Balkans.
Albania is 92% None Athiest 10% Catholics 10% Orthodoxs 10% Muslims Albania is an Atheist Country in The Balkans
This is the policy of the country (word).Old weapons should be used because the destruction of such weapons is costly.
Greece IS part of the European mainland, specifically a part of the larger Balkans Peninsula. If, perhaps, the question intends to ask what connects the Peloponnesus to the Greek Mainland, it is the ISTHMUS OF CORINTH.
wanted Serbia and serbs living in balkans to be recognized as a race that can and does live side by side all other ethnic groups on the balkans...