Countries that the Region has historic or territorial links.Albania Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark England Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Lithuania Luxemburg Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Northern Ireland Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Scotland Serbia Slovakia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Uncategorized United Kingdom Wales
Regional ThemesAdriatic Sea Alps Alsace ANATOLIA Ancien Régime Apulia Aquitaine Atlantic Ocean Auvergne baden Baden-Württemberg Balkan Barcelona Bavaria Berlin Bern Black Sea Bohemia Brandenburg Burgundy Byzantine Byzantine Empire Cantabrian Mountains Champagne Cisalpine Republic Count of Barcelona Czechoslovakia Danube Duchy of Brunswick Duke of Burgundy Elbe Garonne Gascony German Confederation Gwynedd Habsburg Hanover Harz Holy Roman Empire House of Habsburg Imperial Free City Kingdom of Burgundy Kingdom of Hungary Kingdom of León Lake Constance Loire Lombard Lord Lieutenant Lower Bavaria Lower Normandy Magdeburg Margrave Massif Central Milan Napoleon Normandy Ottoman Empire Paris Peloponnese Powys Provence Prussia Pyrenees Rhine Roman Rome Saxony Sicily Southern Italy Soviet Union Swabia Transylvania Upper Bavaria Venice Vichy France
Daily Archives: May 16, 2013
BARCELONA County of northeastern Spain, originally in the Frankish Kingdom; A province (B) in modern Spain. Named after the city on the Mediterranean Sea, lying north of the mouth of the River Llobregat. In the second half of the 8th … Continue reading
BARBY A lordship in the Holy Roman Empire, in northeastern Germany; the town of Barby is on the River Elbe, southeast of Magdeburg. The lordship belonged to the Abbey of Quedlinburg, and in the 12th century was held in fief … Continue reading
BARANYA County in southern Hungary, west of the Danube; its capital is Pécs. A small part of the county (spelt Baranja in Serbo-Croat) was transferred to Yugoslavia in 1920. It was temporarily restored to Hungary, 1941-5, and is now in … Continue reading
BAR(2), County and Duchy. later Bar-le-Duc, Barrois (pays). Medieval French speaking County, later a Duchy. (Bar in the French names signified the place where a river valley opened out on to the plain – the river in Bar-le-Duc’s case was … Continue reading
BAR(1) Present (Serbo-Croat) name of ANTIVARI, a port in Montenegro.
BANSÁG Hungarian name of BANAT.