Balkan Mountains


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the major mountain range of Bulgaria and the Balkan Peninsula

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The Thracian Lowlands region has the Balkan Mountains on the north, the Black Sea on the east and the borders with Greece and Turkey on the south.
Cape Emine is where the Balkan Mountains meet the sea.
Palynological data proves that during late glacial period steppe-mountain vegetation has been developed in high Balkan mountains (STEFANOVA & AMMAN, 2003; TONKOV & al.
I wanted to capture the beauty of the Balkan Mountains region, a kind of primitive, exotic place not familiar to Britons at the time.
After almost five centuries of Ottoman domination (1396-1878), the Bulgarian state was reestablished as the Principality of Bulgaria, covering the land between the Danube River and the Balkan Mountains (except Northern Dobrudja which was given to Romania) as well as the region of Sofia, which became the new state's capital.
So when you encounter either high in the Balkan mountains on a road resembling a tank test track, it's good to know you are driving a capable vehicle.
So when you encounter either high up in the Balkan mountains on a road resembling a tank test track, it's good to know you are driving a capable vehicle.
We have developed itineraries that take in the Carpathian Mountains and Transylvanian Alps of Romania and a stunning guided walk through the Bulgarian Balkan mountains," said Mr Ripper.
The analysis indicated that within 400 years of entering Europe, the founding population split into at least three major groups: One stayed in the Balkan Mountains, another pressed north of the Danube River, and the third moved on to Western Europe.
And walking in the Bulgarian Balkan mountains is now very popular.
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