Walachia

Alternative spelling of Wallachia, part of Romania. ...
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Walachia

Alternative spelling of Wallachia, part of Romania
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Walachia

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Region in S Romania. The Transylvanian Alps separate it in the NW from Transylvania and the Banat; the Danube separates it from Serbia in the west, Bulgaria in the south, and N Dobruja in the east; in the northeast it adjoins Moldavia.
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Walachia

principality on the lower Danube River, which in 1859 joined Moldavia to form the state of Romania. Its name is derived from that of the Vlachs, who ... [15 related articles]
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Walachia

Walachia or Wallachia (both: wälā'kēu, wu–) , historic region (29,568 sq mi/76,581 sq km), S Romania. The Transylvanian Alps separate it in the NW from Transylvania and the Banat; the Danube separates it from Serbia in the west, Bulgaria in the south, and N Dobruja in the ...
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