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Potica is a traditional cake and for many the best Slovenian dessert, made from rolled dough with a filling. It would be interesting to know who is the Other of the Balkanites.
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Wild Europe: The Balkans Through the Gaze of Western Travellers
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Please verify that you are not a robot. Thus the impressions passed down through the ages of the Balkans say more about Western Europe in most respects than about the lands and peoples in question. Kaww the impressions passed down through the ages about the Balkans say more about Western Europe in most respects than about the lands and people in question.