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Southeastern Europe location map

Southeastern Europe

Southeastern Europe seen from an unusual perspective. Italy and Greece on the right with the Mediterranean Sea behind. The green Nile delta is well visible in the background in front of the northern end of the Red Sea. On the left the Black Sea and the Caucasus Mountains north of Turkey. In the center of this view the bow of the Carpathian Mountains can be seen.

View: Southeastern Europe
Location: Lon -4.768°
Lat 58.171°
Altitude: 2829 km
Direction: 132°
Camera Angle: 30°
User Rating: 2.7
Location Map:    Visible Topography
Southeastern Europe location map
Southeastern Europe

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Western Europe
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Visitor comments:

by Kampu from Finland posted on Tue Mar 11 2008 11:17:15
Carrni, it's funny that you're saying that in a comment to a picture that has Romania right at it's centre.
by Carmi from Romania posted on Thu Apr 26 2007 16:52:02
it's wonderful, i wish , maybe in tha next years, we could see a pic with Romania. thanks...
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