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For Croats it is Nikola Zrinski, for Serbs, Miloš Obilic, for Albanians, Skanderbeg, for ethnic Macedonians, Nikola Karev, for Bosniaks, Husein Gradašcevic and for Bulgarians, Vasil Levski.In the 20th century, the Balkan nations—except Greece and Yugoslavia—were made part of the Warsaw pact (as a result of Soviet hegemony after the ending of World War II).Some other definitions of the northern border of the Balkans have been proposed: the line Danube - Sava - Krka River - Postojnska Vrata - Vipava River - Soca the line Danube - Sava - Ljubljansko polje - Idrijca - Soca the line Dniester - Timisoara - Zagreb - Triglav the line Trieste - Odessa (Trieste-Odessa line)  the line Bay of Trieste - Ljubljana - Sava - Danube () Balkan peninsula (as defined by the Danube-Sava-Kupa line)The most commonly used Danube-Sava-Kupa northern boundary is arbitrarily set as to the physiographical characteristics, however it can be easily recognized on the map. The region so defined (excluding Montenegro, Dalmatia, and the Ionian Islands) constituted most of the European territory of the Ottoman Empire from the late 15th to the 19th century.Kupa forms a natural boundary between south-eastern Slovenia and Croatia and has been a political frontier since the 12th century, separating Carniola (belonging to Austria) from Croatia (belonging to Hungary).This is in part due to the pejorative connotation of the term 'Balkans' in the 1990s, and continuation of this meaning until now.Today, the term 'Southeast Europe' is preferred or, in the case of Slovenia and Croatia, 'Central Europe'.
Ambiguities and controversies The northern border of the Balkan peninsula is usually considered to be the line formed by the Danube, Sava and Kupa rivers and a segment connecting the spring of the Kupa with the Kvarner Bay.The Balkans is the historic and geographic name used to describe a region of southeastern Europe. The Balkans today is a very diverse ethno-linguistic region, being home to multiple Slavic, Romance, and Turkic languages, as well as Greek, Albanian, and others.The region has a combined area of 550,000 km² (212,000 sq mi) and an approximate population of 55 million people. Through its history many other ethnic groups with their own languages lived in the area, among them Celts, Illyrians, Romans, Avars, Vlachs, Germans and various Germanic tribes.The concept of the “Balkan peninsula” was created by the German geographer August Zeune in 1808 .As time passed, the term gradually obtained political connotations far from its initial geographic meaning, arising from political changes from the late 1800s to the creation of post-World War I Yugoslavia (initially the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes).