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Balkans
The Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe is located between the Adriatic Sea and the Black Sea. The region has a mixed scenery with many tall mountain
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Ottoman Empire
While often called classical Turkish music, it is influenced by Byzantine, Arabic, Persian, Balkan folk music as well, and this is often cited as the
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Roma culture in Europe (section Listen to Roma/Sinti music)
call "Balkan jazz," a type of improvised music based on traditional Bulgarian wedding music but with inflections from various other types of music. Central
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Bulgaria (category Balkans)
Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Република България), is a country in the Balkans, west of the Black Sea. Bulgaria boasts sublime beaches on its seaside
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Montenegro (category Balkans)
Montenegro (Montenegrin: Crna Gora, Црна Гора) is a country in the Balkans, on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of Europe's youngest countries, independent
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Bosnia and Herzegovina (category Balkans)
Херцеговина, usually shortened to BiH) is a European country located on the Balkan Peninsula. It used to be part of Yugoslavia but gained independence in 1992
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Burgas (section Music)
one of the oldest international music events in the city. It started in 1965 as festival for Balkan dances and music but later expanded and until today
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Serbia (category Balkans)
Србија, Srbija) is a country at the crossroads of Central Europe and the Balkans, on one of the major land routes from Central Europe to the Near East.
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Niš
Central Europe and the Middle East, and assumes the central position in the Balkan peninsula, surrounded by a number of mountains, two rivers, two beautiful
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Skopje
an important mercantile center, situated as it was at the crossroads of Balkan trade and communications routes. It was celebrated for its urban life and
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Croatia (category Balkans)
Hrvatska) is a Mediterranean country that bridges Central Europe and the Balkans. There are three distinct areas of Croatia: Lowland Croatia (Nizinska Hrvatska)
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Romania (category Balkans)
western shores of the Black Sea; except for Dobruja, it is north of the Balkan Peninsula. It is a country of great natural beauty and diversity and a rich
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Pogradec
the dissolution of the socialist republic, and in the ensuing years of Balkan wars, tourism income was affected in the region leaving buildings empty
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Europe (section Music)
high concentration of celebrity chefs and their fine dining restaurants. Balkan cuisines form a continuum with Greece, Cyprus, Turkey and the Caucasus where
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Bitola
brought the first camera to the Balkans and made the first movies there, also lived and worked in Bitola. After the Balkan wars in 1913, when Serbia occupied
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Edirne
in 1829 and 1878, which reached the western outskirts of Istanbul. The Balkans were literally "balkanised" - broken up by nationalist movements and wars
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Sliven
still preserved for tourist to see today. Sliven is situated in the sub-Balkan region and is approximately 100km from the Black Sea. The climate is mild
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Kragujevac
Balkan, Kralja Aleksandra I (Краља Александра I Карађорђевића) ~94, ☏ +381 34 334304. You can try out national specialties and listen to live music
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Sofia
One of the largest orthodox churches worldwide and the largest in the Balkan Peninsula.   42.64467223.26617213 Boyana Church, 1-3 Boyansko Ezero Str
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Belgrade
Air Serbia and has flights to most European capitals, but especially to Balkan cities such as Ljubljana, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Thessaloniki
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Krasnoyarsk
rare local cheeses.  [dead link] Balkan Grill (Балкан Гриль), Perensona 9 (Behind Krasnoyarsk Opera theater). Balkan food. Nice atmosphere, although the
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Sisak
order "burek" which is pastry with cheese, one of the best in this part of Balkan  You can drink on the promenade, Riva caffe, Banana caffe, Zlatne godine
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Peja
enthusiastic and welcoming to tourists.  Peaks of the Balkans Trail. Hike the Peaks of the Balkans Trail. This trans-border 192-km trail will take you from
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Alphen aan den Rijn
quality, situated in a park. Lubo Steal Grill, van Nesstraat 1a, 0172-499441, Balkan kitchen. Original Chines Palace, Burg. Bruijn Slotsingel 20, 2406 AE, 0172-436655
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Kumanovo
cuisine. Pizza places: Aktuelle, Laguna, Arbesha, Manos, Gino (Tus) Local Balkan restaurants known as "Kafana" that mainly serve barbecue: Baba Cana, Adzi
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Slovenia
food; with a mixture of Subalpine, Italian, Hungarian, Central European and Balkan cuisine, most people will find something to their liking - unless they're
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Klaipėda
businessmen. But the most important is qualitative Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Balkan and Byelorussian cuisine.  Senoji Hansa, Teatro g. 3 (located in the very
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Turkey
considered themselves as a Balkan state until their demise, built most of their landmarks in Balkans and the natural extension of Balkans within today's Turkey—Marmara
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Rhodope Mountains
The location of the Rhodope Mountains in the southeastern part of the Balkan Peninsula also determines the climate. It is characterized by a transitional
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Budva
schedule at Skopje Autobuska Stanica. Buses to Sarajevo run daily at 08:10 (Balkan Express minibus) and the journey takes about 7 hours, stopping at Podgorica
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Ljubljana
Ljubljana. Ljubljana is a year-round destination but you need to dress for the Balkan climate. Summers are warm, with daytime highs of 30°C. There are often public
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Munich (section Theatre, opera, and music)
neighbouring countries, especially from eastern and southern Europe and the Balkans. Buses arrive at 48.142411.54995 Munich Central Bus Station (ZOB) (close
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Nicosia (North)
quality. Traditional Cypriot cuisine is a melting pot of south European, Balkan and Middle Eastern influences. However, in northern Nicosia, the food you
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Food and drink
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Thessaloniki
with Albania and North Macedonia, respectively, the Prespas especially offering an austere and evocative Balkan landscape and plenty of birdwatching.
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Plovdiv
sits on the large plain between the Rhodope Mountains on the south and the Balkan Range (Stara Planina - "Old Mountain") that runs through the centre of Bulgaria
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Maribor
Bauhaus and BauMax. Evropark. It's one of the largest shopping centers in Balkan and Central Europe with a wide variety of service - from clothing stores
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Prizren
as well as the ethnic and religious atrocities that plagued the Western Balkans in the last decade of the 20th century, Prizren has the best-preserved
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Sunny Beach
semicircular bay facing east. Closed to the north by the descending ridges of the Balkan Range, thus blending sea and mountain in perfect harmony. Everything in
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Bečići
several times, Budva is believed to be one of the oldest settlements in the Balkans. There was a Hellenic colony here as far back as the 4th century BC. The
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Sweden (section Music)
like Ryanair and Wizzair, with many connections to Europe, especially the Balkans. In Nyköping, quite a distance (about 100 km) from Stockholm. Stockholm
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Strumica
was completely abandoned. The site, however, was used again during the Balkan Wars and the World Wars. A restoration effort of the fortress began in 2014
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Podgorica
Lake National Park (S 25 km - 20 min by car). The largest lake on the Balkans, and a national park.  While in Podgorica, one can enjoy the diversity
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Banff
and different soups.  51.175509-115.5708277 Balkan Restaurant, 120 Banff Ave, ☏ +1 403 762-3454. The Balkan restaurant first fired up its grill on Banff
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Veliko Tarnovo
Veliko Tarnovo. The city of Gabrovo to the south-west, at the foot of the Balkan Mountains, which has historic sites, a humor museum and impressive shopping
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Gjakova
was established as a trading town, sporting the largest bazaar in the Balkans, called Çarshia e Madhe (the Grand Bazaar). The tradesmanship spirit and
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Pristina
to a Jewish community numbering over 1,500 people, who settled in the Balkans during the late 15th century from Spain after escaping the Reconquista
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Rimini
Ancona is the next major city down the Adriatic coast, with ferries to the Balkans. Bologna is the stand-out among the cities along the Po valley. San Marino
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Dhërmi
Dhërmi, it's the best you can find in Albania and one of the best in the Balkans. The oil is very virgin and usually home-made. Also don't forget to get
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Gjirokastër
center of the city, the Castle is billed as the second largest in all the Balkans, and is worth a look. The Armaments Museum is located in the castle (separate
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