Kosovo is the country that shouldn’t exist, but does. When Yugoslavia fells to pieces after Tito died, Kosovo was lumped in with Serbia but was very unhappy with being a part of an Eastern Orthodox regime. It broke away, resulting in genocidal fighting until the Americans stepped in and stopped the fighting. The region was then placed under a European Union control in the faint hope that it would merge with Albania, or Montenegro, but it didn’t. Relations with Serbia are still quite strained, but Kosovo is still surviving as a mountainous Balkan state. Fought over for centuries by Turks and Serbs, Kosovo is emerging as a small but touristic European country. This is definitely an off-the-beaten-path travel destination! The second side of the sheet provides an excellent regional coverage for the Western Balkans, essentially Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, and reasonably large tracks of land for Hungary, Albania, and North Macedonia, showing the growing number of wilderness parks being created.
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