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Balkans,

the countries of the Balkan Peninsula, which include Romania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia.
Balkan frame - metal frame above a bed which provides for limb suspension, named for the Balkan wars, 1908-1913.
Balkan nephrectomy
Balkan nephritis - chronic progressive nephritis seen predominantly in Balkan countries.
Balkan nephropathy - interstitial nephritis occurring in the Balkan countries.
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Maximum temperatures between 13[degrees]C and 15[degrees]C.AaAeAeA T mountains will be mostly sunny, significant clouds over the ridge of the Balkan Mountains before noon.
Weather in the mountains is excellent for tourism today, the Mountain Rescue Service with the Bulgarian Red Cross announced.Sunny, clear and calm weather everywhere, with a light wind only in the highest parts of the Balkan Mountains. Lift facilities in Pamporovo, Bansko and Borovets are in operation.
After the fall of Pleven (November 29 / December 10, 1977), the Russian troops crossed the Balkan Mountains in extremely harsh winter conditions and captured the Turkish Army of Ueisel Pasha in the Shenyov Fortified Camp on December 28, 1877.
The Pass of the Republic, the mountain pass in the Balkan Mountains connecting Veliko Tarnovo and Gurkovo, is still closed for traffic.
The troupe convinced the Austrian captain to let them leave the ship at the Bulgarian port of Kozloduy and started moving in the direction of the Balkan Mountains, south of which most of the battles of the April Uprising were taking place.
Similar salt mines near Tuzla in Bosnia and Turda in Romania help prove the existence of a series of civilisations which also mined copper and gold in the Carpathian and Balkan mountains during the same period.
The troupe convinced the German captain to let them leave the ship at the Bulgarian port of Kozlodui and started moving in the direction of the Balkan Mountains where most of the battles of the April Uprising were taking place.
Yet another reason is the diversity of its nature: Alpine mountain snow-capped peaks, Balkan Mountains, sunny Black Sea coast, Danubian River plains, Mediterranean climate in the valleys and the lowlands in the southern most territories.
Patriarch Maxim was born as Marin Naidenov Minkov on October 29, 1914 and was raised in the Balkan Mountains village of Oreshak.

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