Slavonia

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Part of Croatia.
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Slavonia

(from the article `Croatia`) Slavonia, the granary of Croatia, is the most fertile agricultural region. Farming here is characterized by capital-intensive, market-oriented ...
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Slavonia

Slavonia (sluvō'nēu) , Croatian Slavonija, historic region, part of Croatia. It is a fertile agricultural and forested lowland bounded, in part, by the Drava River in the north and the Sava River in the south. Wheat and corn are the major crops, and the leading industry is food proce...
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Slavonia

Region of eastern Croatia bounded by the Sava, Drava, and Danube rivers; Osijek is the largest town. Eastern and western Slavonia declared themselves autonomous provinces of Serbia following Croatia's declaration of independence from Yugoslavia 1991, and the region was the scene of fierce fighting between Croatian forces and Serb-domina...
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Slavonia

Slavonia (Slavonija) is, alongside Dalmatia, Croatia proper, and Istria, one of the four historical regions of Croatia. Taking up the east of the country, it roughly corresponds with five Croatian counties: Brod-Posavina, Osijek-Baranja, Požega-Slavonia, Virovitica-Podravina and Vukovar-Srijem, although the territory of the counties includes Bara...
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Slavonia

Historical region (also Slavonia, Croatian Slavonija) in the east Croatia, which is called the breadbasket of the country. There are also many oak forests, whose wood is becoming increasingly popular throughout the world barriques is used. See also under Oak wood,
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