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μεσημβρία[edit source]

Why do we use the word μεσημβρία in each country? I am just a student but I think it could mean "in the middle" and not all countries are in the middle of Europe. --Δανιέλ 20:52, 8 December 2007 (UTC)

It usually means "in the south", and most of the countries in Europe with which the Greeks were familiar, and therefore on which we have articles, are in southern Europe. Perhaps we need some more articles on countries in northern Europe... Leigh (talk) 00:11, 9 December 2007 (UTC)

autonomous regions[edit source]

Hi I've got a question about the mentioned autonomous regions. What's Hyperdneisteria? the Faeroer by any chance? And what's Wallonia doing on that list. The walloon region is in no way more autonomous than the flemish region. Nychus 14:37, 6 June 2009 (UTC)

Hey, Nychus. I have just taken notice of your query. Hyper-dneisteria is Trans-dniestria. I had originally introduced the thread "Autonomous regions" having in mind to create a comprehensive list based on this page and this this template from the en-wikipedia, but never got to finish it. And it'd be better in order to avoid any misunderstandings to create such a list in its entirety first and then post it as a template in the grc-wiki. Oh.. and Βαλλωνία shouldn't be in the list, indeed -- my bad (unintensional, I assure you). --Omnipaedista 05:03, 16 August 2009 (UTC)

Czechia[edit source]

Βοημία (Πράγη) for Czechia is wrong, Bohemia is only a western half of the country in question. Gabriel Svoboda -- 15:12, 28 February 2010 (UTC)