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#balkan❤ #thispicture 😍 #mehrbilderbitte where are you from? 🙆 ________________________ tag a friend 🙆❤ _______________________ wer 10 freunde makiert poste ich in story ❤ __________________________

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Патријарх Српски Павле, Ратко Младић и Караџић. Слика настала за време рата. 🇷🇸 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••#srbija #serbia #serbian #belgrade #beograd #россия #сербия #balkan #srbi #rs #republikasrpska #banjaluka #orthodox #tbt #pravoslavlje #православие #православље #србија #косово #europe #kosovojesrbija #nation #srpska #srpsko #novisad #nis #kragujevac

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All we need 😍 #tgif _____________________________ photo credits: @mr.yablokov#welovebudva

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This is one of my favourite pictures i ever took! 😍 i hope you like it! 😁 enjoy! 💓 ___________________ #avala #mountain #tower #avalatower #sky #colorful #trees #lights #serbia #balkan #belgrade #ig_belgrade #sunset #cloud #like #follow

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Onlyyy eyeess💓💓💓 since you liked my no makeup picture i'd like to share more natural pictures as well ❤️♥️🌹😊 thank you 💓

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☺️🙋🏼#me#fashion#dress#blackandwhite#converse#style#crkva#celinac#rs#summer#vruce#brownhair#fashionaddict#balkan

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Sonunda bitti ve geliyor ***sensation beats - summer 2017*** #turkishpop #dancehall #moombathon #latin #balkan #djorcunözcan #sensationbeats #summer2017 #türkpop #mixtape #türkcenonstop # yepyeni ve cok dinlenen parcalar bu mixtape'de

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Drava kokošija pašteta- chicken pate @top_deli #drava #kokošija #pašteta #chicken #pate #balkan #bosnia #croatia #serbia

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Kotor, montenegro - one of the most incredible places i've traveled. missing this view right now. #fjord #montenegro #kotor #travel #rei1440project #adventure #outdoors #mountains #hike #balkan #throwback #europe

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376–395; invasions, #civilwars, and #religious discord battle of adrianople in 376 the east faced an enormous barbarian influx across the danube, mostly goths who were refugees from the huns. they were #exploitedbycorruptofficials rather than effectively resettled, and they took up arms, joined by more goths and by some alans and huns. valens was in asia with his main field army, preparing for an assault on the persians, and redirecting the army and its logistic support would have required time. gratian's armies were distracted by germanic invasions across the rhine. in 378 valens attacked the invaders with the eastern field army, perhaps some 20,000 men – possibly only 10% of the soldiers nominally available in the danube provinces[57] – and in the battle of adrianople, 9 august 378, he lost much of that army and his own life. all of the #balkan provinces were thus exposed to raiding, without effective response from the remaining garrisons who were "#moreeasilyslaughteredthansheep".[57] cities were able to hold their own walls against barbarians who had no siege equipment, and they generally remained intact although the countryside suffered.[58] partial recovery in the balkansedit gratian appointed a new augustus, a proven general from #hispania called #theodosius. during the next four years, he partially re-established the roman position in the east.[59][60] these campaigns depended on effective imperial coordination and mutual trust – between 379 and 380 theodosius controlled not only the eastern empire, but also, by agreement, the diocese of illyricum.[61] #theodosiuswasunabletorecruitenoughroman #troops, relying on barbarian #warbands without roman military #discipline or #loyalty. in contrast, during the cimbrian war, the roman republic, controlling a smaller area than the western empire, had been able to reconstitute large regular armies of citizens after greater defeats than adrianople, and it ended that war with the near-extermination of the invading barbarian supergroups, each recorded as having more than 100,000 warriors.[62] theodosius's partial failure[63][64] may have stimulated vegetius to offer advice on re-forming an effective army

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#constantine settled franks on the lower left bank of the rhine; their settlements required a line of fortifications to keep them in check, indicating that rome had lost almost all #local control.[26] under constantius, #bandits came to dominate areas such as isauria well within the empire.[36] the tribes of germany also became more populous and more threatening.[20] in gaul, which did not really recover from the invasions of the third century, there was widespread insecurity and #economicdecline in the 300s,[20] perhaps worst in #armorica. by 350, after decades of pirate attacks, virtually all #villas in armorica were deserted, and local use of money ceased about 360.[37] repeated attempts to #economizeonmilitaryexpenditure included billeting troops in cities, where they could less easily be kept under military discipline and could more easily extort from civilians. except in the rare case of a determined and incorruptible general, these troops proved ineffective in action and #dangeroustocivilians.[39] frontier troops were often given land rather than pay; as they farmed for themselves, their direct costs diminished, but so did their effectiveness, and there was much less economic stimulus to the frontier economy.[40] however, except for the provinces along the lower rhine, the agricultural economy was generally doing well.[41] the average nutritional state of the population in the west suffered a serious decline in the late second century; the population of north-western europe did not recover, though the mediterranean regions did.[42] the numbers and effectiveness of the regular soldiers may have declined during the fourth century: payrolls were inflated so that pay could be diverted and exemptions from duty sold, their opportunities for personal extortion were multiplied by residence in cities, and their effectiveness was reduced by concentration on extortion instead of drill.[43] however, extortion, gross corruption, and occasional ineffectiveness[44] were not new to the roman army; there is no consensus whether its effectiveness significantly declined before 376.[45] ammianus marcellinus, himself a professional soldier, repeats longstanding observation

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