Historical-geographical aspects of duality in Europe
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The article is based on the hypothesis that Europe has been historically and permanently “divided” into two parts. Four historical-geographical aspects of this duality are distinguished: cultural, economicsocial, political, and ethnic. To examine and džine duality, specific indicators are used. Duality is underwood as a complex and dynamic phenomenon that changes over the time. Conclusions summarize briefly the historical synthesis.
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