Pindus Mountains
geographical name mountains N Greece between Epirus & Thessaly

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Pindus Mountains — ▪ mountains, Europe Modern Greek  Oroseirá Píndhou,         principal range and backbone of mainland Greece, trending north northwest–south southeast from Albania to central Greece north of the Peloponnese.       In antiquity, the name Pindus… …   Universalium

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  • Pindus Mountains mixed forests — The Pindus Mountains mixed forests constitute a terrestrial ecoregion of Europe according to both the WWF and Digital Map of European Ecological Regions by the European Environment Agency. It belongs to the biome of Mediterranean forests,… …   Wikipedia

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  • PINDUS, MOUNT —    is the range of mountains rising between Thessaly and Epirus, which forms the watershed of the country …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Principality of the Pindus — Πριγκιπάτο της Πίνδου Printsipat di la Pind Principato del Pindo Proposed puppet state of Italy …   Wikipedia

  • Battle of Pindus — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Pindus partof=the Greco Italian War caption= date=October 28 November 13, 1940 place=Pindus Mountains result=decisive Greek victory combatant1=flagicon|Italy|1861 state Fascist Italy: 3 Alpine Division …   Wikipedia

  • List of mountains in Greece — A list of mountains in Greece:*Acarnanian Mountains *Aenos *Agia Dynati in Kefalonia *Agkistro *Aigaleo or Egaleo *Arachnaia *Artemissio Mountains *Aroania or Chelmos *Askio *Athamanika or Tzoumerka *Attavyros *Mount Athos *Chasia *Cholomon… …   Wikipedia

  • Šar Mountains — ▪ mountains, Macedonia Serbo Croatian  Šar Planina        mountain range in western Macedonia, one of the most rugged and impassable in the Balkans, extending northeast–southwest for about 47 miles (75 km). A southern continuation along the… …   Universalium

  • Latin names of mountains — Users of Neo Latin have taken the Latin language to places the Romans never went; hence a need arose to make Latin names of mountains that did not exist when Latin was a living language.trategies for constructing Latin names:See companion… …   Wikipedia

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