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Why did modern “Romania” remain the most “Roman” part of the Balkans?
The so-called "Romanians" are the Vlachs who inhabited the territory just north of the Danube in Roman times, and today. Wallachia (home of the Vlachs), represented the outer limit or Roman expansion. ...
Nov 6 '13 at 1:58
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