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In a paragraph of 125 words, discuss the relationship between Balkan history and geography.

Annie Barnes

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Theresa Perry on April 10, 2018

Balkan peninsula is a promontory of Greece, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Romania, Albania and Hungary in Ottoman Turkish rule. It is a geographic area in a southeastern part of Europe. The country takes the name of serbo-Bulgarian border in the Black Sea to the Balkan Mountains. The geography was rotating around its three characteristics: its mountains, its rivers, and its situation in the area. The Peninsula itself is a triangular shape with a wide northern border, straitening to a tip as it extends towards the south, surrounded by the Black, the Aegean, the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea; we serve one another as the barriers and access points. The balkans is different from the other peninsulas, is not isolated from nearby regions. Most of the ethnic groups of the region were entering the points of access of Romania in the north-east of Ukraine in the steppe regions, the Danube and the Hungarian in the north-west. Of the balkans is surrounded by 3 sides of water; the neighboring regions to the east, west, or south, the narrow channels of Bosporus and the Dardanellas that are the natural passage between central Anatolia and the Balkans, and beyond Asia. Of the balkans is as you would expect from a region that has been intersections of traffic access to and from all these destinations.

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