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|The main border crossing point between Albania and Greece. You can see the checkpoints in both sides and also you can see people and cars waiting in row to pass the border.||05/09/2006||620|
|A map of the main regions of ancient Greece, superimposed to the map of modern Greece and part of Turkey, Bulgaria, Albania, etc. Note that some regions currently belong to the modern Greek state preserving their ancient name (e.g. Thessalia, Peloponnesus, Epirus); others have changed their name, especially those that stayed outside the modern Greek state's frontiers (e.h. Ionia, Lydia); and ot...||09/08/2007||2,062|
|The meeting point of Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece||04/28/2006||293|
|This 15 m wide grey line is represents the border between Bulgaria and Romania||04/28/2006||338|
|BBC News, 28 April 2006|
The United States and Bulgaria have signed an agreement that will allow US troops to use three military bases in Bulgaria.
The deal allows US forces to be stationed at Bezmer air base and the Novo Selo army training range near the border with Turkey, and at Graf Ignatievo airfield in centr...
|This wide line separates Bulgaria from Romania||04/28/2006||431|
|Detailed map of major roads and border check-points in Bulgaria||05/10/2006||550|
|This Roman town near the city of Gigen was built in the second century near the place where the Iskar river runs into the Danube. Oescus flourishes culturally and economically during the time of Antonines and Severans dynasties, second and beginning of third century. It was destroyed in the fourth century.|
It was the end of the roman road Via Publica from the Rhodopen at the border to Gr...
|This file presents all the airports in Greece. There are at about 35 Airports in Greece. Most of them on the Aegean Islands. The main "gate" greece is El. Venizelos Airport, Athens. But you can be anywhere to Greece by plane.||01/21/2008||3,765|
|This is a map of the main cities / religious centres of ancient Greece, superimposed to the map of modern Greece and part of Turkey, Bulgaria, Albania, etc. Note that some cities have developed to big urban centres preserving their ancient name; others have changed their name, especially those that stayed outside the modern Greek state's frontiers; and others yet have disappeared, leaving only ...||09/08/2007||2,946|
|This file shows Bulgaria's borders through the ages. See how once the mighty and big Bulgaria has now become a small country in South-Eastern Europe.||02/17/2006||577|
|Mount Olympus is the highest peak in Greece. The 2,917-meter (9,570-foot) summit is the tallest in a mountain chain that runs north into Bulgaria and south into Turkey, via the Cyclades Islands. In this winter view, Olympus is the only peak with a dusting of snow—perhaps the reason its name in classical Greek means “the luminous one.” In Greek mythology, the peak was inhabited by the Twelve Oly...||10/23/2005||2,076|