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Question 1: The great majority of the population are Greeks, but the province also includes one of Greece's largest concentrations of ________, people who identify with the Greek population.
AromaniansBanat BulgariansKrashovaniAromanian language

Question 2: It is part of the wider historical region of Epirus, which overlaps modern ________ and Greece but mostly lies in modern Greek territory.
CroatiaBosnia and HerzegovinaAlbaniaSerbia

Question 3: In the east, the Pindus Mountains that form the spine of mainland Greece separate Epirus from Macedonia and ________.

Question 4: It borders the peripheries of West Macedonia and Thessaly to the east, West Greece to the south, the Ionian Sea and the Ionian Islands to the west and ________ to the north.
AlbaniaBosnia and HerzegovinaSerbiaCroatia

Question 5: Both areas have imposing landscapes of dazzling beauty as well as a wide range of fauna and ________.

Question 6: ________ is grown around Ioannina, and there is also some farming and fishing, but most of the area's food must be imported from more fertile regions of Greece.
Tobacco smokingNicotianaTobacco productsTobacco

Question 7: This is partly due to the impact of repeated wars in the 20th century as well as mass ________ due to adverse economic conditions.

Question 8: Coordinates: 39°33′58″N 20°45′30″E / 39.5661°N 20.7583°E / 39.5661; 20.7583 Epirus (Greek: Ήπειρος, Ípiros), is a periphery in northwestern ________.

Question 9: Sheep and goat ________ have always been an important activity in the periphery (Epirus provides more than 45% of meat to the Greek market) but there seems to be a decline in recent years.

Question 10: It is largely made up of mountainous ridges, part of the ________.
MontenegroDinaric AlpsProkletijeBosnia and Herzegovina


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